1090 viewings on 4 July, 2016.
Border Ranges National Park is in northern New South Wales, Australia. The park is a World Heritage listed rainforest park on the rim of a vast and ancient volcano. More than three-quarters of the park is managed as wilderness.
The walk can be accessed from the Tweed Range Road then on to the Bar Mountain circuit. It is an easy 30 minute walk of 750 metres. It is possible to see the Falcorostrum orchid which are only found in this park. Albert’s lyrebirds may also be sighted.
Taken with my Lumix DMC-TZ3
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