We are planning the Caldera Rim Walk in Wollumbin National Park and invited community feedback on the draft master plan. The public consultation has now closed.
The Caldera Rim Walk draft master plan provides overarching concepts for the proposed 8-kilometre (return) half-day bushwalk and associated facilities in Wollumbin National Park.
The proposed walk would be a Grade 4 hiking track in accordance with the Australian Walking Track Grading system, offering a challenge to bushwalkers, climbing over 500 metres in elevation to the top of the inner Tweed Caldera, through rainforest, wet sclerophyll and drier eucalypt forest, showcasing spectacular views of the Wollumbin summit and surrounding caldera.
With easy access from Murwillumbah and Tyalgum, the proposed Caldera Rim Walk would be accessed from Tyalgum Road, along the existing Tweed Hinterland Rainforest Way Scenic Drive.
The draft master plan also suggests possible future options to extend the walk, which would expand the integrated visitor experiences in the area and cater for a diverse range of bushwalking experiences.