If your trip to Mount Warning is all organized but your travel itinerary is a bit on the empty side, we can give you a helping hand.If you think there’s nothing as enjoyable as discovering new places, be sure to swing by Mount Warning National Park. Crystal Creek Miniatures is another worthwhile attraction to look into.
If you have a little spare time and you’re happy to travel 20 miles, check out Tweed Heads. This place boasts loads of things to keep you engaged. Kirra Beach, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and Coolangatta Beach alone make the drive out here worthwhile. Situated 25 miles away, Byron Bay is another place to aim for. If you visit, don’t miss Wategos Beach, Tallow Beach and Main Beach.
If you adore the smell of fresh sea air and the sight of seagulls soaring over the ocean, jump behind the wheel and spend some time strolling along the water’s edge at Pottsville Beach. You’ll find this terrific stretch 18 miles from Mount Warning.
If you’re here for a conference, you’ll find North Byron Parklands 16 miles away. During one of the breaks, make your way to a nearby café to snatch a moment to yourself — socializing and networking can be draining.
A rental car will help you get from A to B easily in Mount Warning. If you’re traveling on a shoestring and want to stretch your budget, a mini or a compact is a terrific choice. These smaller cars are cheap to run and a cinch to park. If you’ve got the kids in tow, a full-size car or an SUV will give you room to move.
You’ll be glad to hear that there’s an impressive variety of both economy and luxury rentals in Mount Warning. What you go with depends on your funds and what you plan to do. Specialty and prestige vehicles are all about mod cons and comfort. If you want to treat yourself, why not go for a fully kitted-out SUV, or perhaps an upmarket mid-sized vehicle? Alternatively, if you’re just after a car to get you around town at the cheapest price possible, you’re better off choosing a versatile compact vehicle (or something else that won’t break the bank).
The left side is where you’ll be driving in Mount Warning. Also take note that the controls of your rental vehicle here, like the steering wheel and stick shift (if your car has manual transmission), will be on the opposite side of what you’re used to.
You’ll find plenty of places to park your car in Mount Warning. Even in the middle of the action, there’s often a space right where you need it.
While cruising through the streets of Mount Warning, keep in mind that the speed limits range from 40km/h to 100km/h. Most residential zones are 50km/h unless indicated otherwise.
As is the case in many places, standard cell phone usage is not allowed while cruising around Mount Warning. However, there is an exception for hands-free or Bluetooth capabilities. Just make sure you stay focused on the road.
In Mount Warning, it’s a punishable offence to drive with a BAC (blood alcohol content) greater than 0.05%. If you’re going to have a few drinks with lunch or dinner, leave your car behind.
It’s illegal to turn on a red light in Mount Warning. When you encounter one, enjoy a mindful moment until the light flicks back to green.
Subject to some exceptions, seat belts must be worn in Tweed Shire Council.