Bulahdelah Mountain is a legislated Aboriginal Place in recognition of the cultural, spiritual and historical significance of the area to the Worimi People.
Worimi People are the traditional custodians of this country. Please respect Country and enjoy this beautiful place.
Read more about the significance of Bulahdelah Mountain to the Worimi People.
The mountain landscape is unique, with towering Blackbutt, spectacular Grass Trees and contrasting alunite geological features.
The walking tracks start at the base of the mountain.
- Boolah-Dillah Track: 2.2km return takes you to the Worimi Cultural Area.
- Mountain Track (1.7km return): starts from the Worimi Cultural Area and takes you to Mountain lookout.
- Ted Baker Track (840m return): starts along the Boolah-Dillah Track.
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Caution – Lookouts are natural rock cliffs with no barriers or viewing platforms. Please take caution when walking with young children or anyone who might need assistance.
Caution – The mountain contains old mine sites, so please keep to formed walking tracks and avoid tunnels or loose edges.
The mountain was mined for its alunite. You can observe some of the old mining boilers, tram tracks, mullock heaps along the walks.
To learn more, visit Bulahdelah Mountain Park, which is located at the base of the mountain. Toilets are also located there also.
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