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Also known as Mt Warning the trek into the national park is thriving with the rainforests abundance of flora and fauna. There is a lyrebird track to wander at the your leisure, located at the base of the mountain with a plethora of swimming holes and slides dotted along the way.
The quaint town of UKI is a further 10 minutes into the valley and is currently undergoing a cultural resurgence with new coffee spots and gallery spaces popping up along the way. Self-Contained you can literally drop and flop and watch the mountain change colour as the sunsets over the valley. This little beauty popped up earlier this year and is a renovated dairy bales, contemporary in de with the charm of a farm cottage. Meander the sprawling acre property with a gigantic bamboo walk, bush tucker garden and private access to the Tweed River.
A Tweed fresh breakfast hamper is provided along with a fully stocked mini bar, open fire both inside and out.
The crowning glory is the outdoor claw foot bath with views across to Wollumbin Mt Warning, delicious. The newest Airbnb on the block Studio 34 is a stylish, open plan studio with lush surrounds and views across the ranges to the mountains over yonder.
Meander the rainforest track at the base of Wollumbin Mt Warning, with an array of tributaries to dip in along the way.
To avoid climbing the sacred rock of Wollumbin there are a few easy tracks that lead to watering holes. The arts precinct of UKI is alive and kicking in the disused butter factory building. The UKI Bazaar is held monthly and is a fusion of local artists works and vintage wares.
The famous UKI pies takes pride of place at the rear of the building and is not to be missed, a taste of the Tweed region in every pie. The newest kid on the UKI block, the old post office has had a facelift whilst retaining its original charm. A working post office the owner has added an espresso bar and roasting house. A meeting place for the town you can pick up a tasty raw treat, brew of the day and of course your parcels.
The historic country hotel has been rebuilt after a devastating fire and is now a thriving meeting place for local and tourists alike. With sprawling decks, open plan dining and locals front bar the hotel is a bustling place on the weekends with live music and outside gardens. Mount Warning Hotel is the ideal place to stop for lunch on your road trip into the Tweed Valley. Words by travellingsenorita. Photo: Tweed Coast Guide There is a lyrebird track to wander at the your leisure, located at the base of the mountain with a plethora of swimming holes and slides dotted along the way.
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