Australia’s National Landscapes are a spectacular collection of nature’s finest work. These are places of great cultural, natural and spiritual significance and many include World Heritage-listed sites. Explore pristine beaches, ancient rainforests, rugged mountain ranges and vast national parks.
Nominated by Tourism Australia as one of the National Landscapes – Australia’s Green Cauldron – the Tweed offers the best of all worlds, with lush World Heritage rainforests and dramatic mountain ranges just a short drive through fertile green fields from uncrowded, unspoilt beaches and world-famous surfing breaks.
Walk around Wollumbin Mt Warning in Australia’s Green Cauldron – the remnants of an ancient shield volcano that is now a living Gondwanan rainforest. This vast caldera stretches from Byron Bay to the Gold Coast and west towards the Great Dividing Range.
Climb to the summit of Wollumbin Mt Warning and explore World Heritage listed parks such as Lamington, Border Ranges, Springbrook and Nightcap. Spot rare birds and animals in the subtropical rainforest and visit creative, new-age communities in local towns and village.
Drive the Rainforest Way around this bio-diverse region and discover its sacred story with Aboriginal guides. There’s so much to see in do in Australia’s Green Cauldron – discover it for yourself: australiasgreencauldron.com.au