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Mt Warning: reopen awe and wonder to all Australians

13 April 2024

8:43 AM

13 April 2024

8:43 AM

Mount Warning is widely regarded as the most ecologically beautiful National Park in NSW. Most of the nearby towns (like Murwillumbah, Kynnumboon, Condong) are Aboriginal names, but Mt Warning was christened by Lieutenant James Cook in 1770. Cook chose the name Mt Warning as a caution to future ships that a dangerous reef was nearby.

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