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Site Search Visit us on: The area provides habitat for significant flora and fauna species, including wintering sites for nomadic and migratory birds and flying foxes and is also home to the Cibum Margil The tweed ring, a declared coastal wetland.
Also highly significant to local indigenous people for thousands of years, it contains important Aboriginal mythological and burial sites and campsites.
Old four wheel drive tracks parallel the beach, and informal sand tracks for people on foot, meander through the coastal heath, which comes alive in Spring with native birds and animals feasting from a myriad native shrubs, bushes and grasses, in bloom.
The Arakwal Aboriginal people are the acknowledged custodians of the Byron Bay area and retain a strong role and interest in the maintenance, protection and management of Aboriginal cultural values.
Day use picnic areas, shelter sheds and spectacular views are available at Bar Mountain, Blackbutts Lookout and Antarctic Beech Picnic areas.
A large camping area is provided at Sheepstation Creek, with a smaller one at Forest Tops. Both areas provide non drinking water, shelter sheds, firewood and composting toilets.
There are a variety of walks in the park, ranging from 50 metre strolls to 10 kilometre hikes, most starting from day picnic or camping areas. The park is home to paperbarks, bush pea, bush orchids, black sheoaks, roughbarked apple, red and yellow Christmas bells, swamp lily and brilliant flowering banksias.
For the bird watcher, the three kilometre return walk at Salty Lagoon is worthwhile. Picnic facilities are provided at Broadwater Beach and at the Broadwater Lookout area, where a high vantage point offers an uninterrupted view over a mosaic of heathland communities reaching all the way to the Pacific Ocean.
Entrance is via a sealed road from the Pacific Highway at Broadwater or Woodburn. The fishing is good too!
Modern camping and caravan facilities, including hot showers and a kiosk, are available at Woody Head. Bookings, especially during school holidays, are essential - ring 02 to secure a site. Elsewhere, 50 low key campsites are provided at the Black Rocks Rest Area in the centre of the park, just turn off south of Woodburn on the Pacific Highway.
Gumma Garra picnic area, located adjacent to the fishing village of Evans Head, offer further opportunities for bushwalking, fishing or just spending a relaxing day with the family.
Gazetted as a national park init is now the only rocky headland on the Gold Coast that is substantially in its natural state.
It also contains interesting geological forms and is of important cultural heritage significance to the Kombumerri Aboriginal people.
The park provides a popular recreational and educational venue for local and international visitors and is one of the most heavily visited parks in the region. Visitors may glimpse humpback whales breaching in coastal waters during winter and spring, see white-bellied sea-eagles riding the ridge updrafts, or watch birdwing butterflies feeding on rainforest nectars in mid-summer.
Local marine habitats include a range of sandy beaches and rocky shores, rocky reefs, submerged pinnacles, coral communities, riverine estuaries, coastal creeks and lakes, and a variety of sandy seabed habitats. Marine life includes dolphins, seabirds, turtles, fish, seaweeds, and invertebrates such as sponges, corals and anemones.
Threatened marine species that occur in the Cape Byron Marine Park include little terns, grey nurse sharks and sea turtles. Humpback whales travel through the park on their annual migration and Cape Byron is a prime site for whale-watching, while the surrounding shorelines are popular with walkers.
Sites within the marine park that have been identified as particularly culturally significant to Indigenous people include Julian Rocks, Cocked Hat Rocks, Cape Byron and beaches around Broken Head.
Cape Byron Marine Park extends from the Brunswick River to Lennox Head and from mean high water out to three nautical miles from the coast or islands. Visitors planning on fishing or harvesting should be familiar with the zoning plan.Brief description of the Tweed Volcano (big volcanoe) and caldera, and links to additional Australian volcano reseources.
Australia's Green Cauldron. Volcanism (vulcanism) in Australia.
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William Magear Tweed (April 3, – April 12, )—often erroneously referred to as "William Marcy Tweed" (see below), and widely known as "Boss" Tweed—was an American politician most notable for being the "boss" of Tammany Hall, the Democratic Party political machine that played a major role in the politics of 19th century New York City and State.
The legendary Boss Tweed effectively controlled New York City from after the Civil War until his downfall in November A huge man, he and his Ring of Thieves appeared to be invincible as they stole an estimated $2 billion in today's dollars.
Boss Tweed: Boss Tweed, American politician who, with his ‘Tweed ring’ cronies, systematically plundered New York City of sums estimated at between $30 million and $ million. He was finally exposed by The New York Times, the satiric cartoons of Thomas Nast, and the efforts of reform lawyer Samuel J.