Bulahdelah Mountain is an Aboriginal Place in recognition of the cultural, spiritual and historical significance of the area to the Worimi people. It's imposing rocky tors were and are important to the Traditional Owners of the land.

Bulahdelah Mountain Aboriginal Place has been historically referred to as ‘Alum Mountain’, due to mining in the area in the latter part of the nineteenth century. it includes walking tracks and lookouts for visitors to respectfully explore and enjoy, including traditional tree carvings, a cultural space with seating and a fire-pit, and visitor facilities.

It also includes an aboriginal scatter site, scarred trees, former Alum Mountain house site 'Twin Dams' including tramway, mullock heap, boiler wall and clay brick crucible.

What did others have to say?

David Monck

3 months ago

Great walk and stunning views

Dilum Bandara

a month ago

Moderate hike to top of mountain with a some scenic views. I would say the journey was far more interesting than end view. Full of tall trees with many boulders. Initial assend is a bit challenging. Once you reach community area it's much easier to go further

Stephen Dubos

a year ago

Excellent hike up the mountain, several lookouts to explore. Quiet and a good escape

Mel Yeates

2 years ago

When the sign says steep hike, it's a steep hike! Moderate level of fitness required, and have sturdy footing as the track is slippery with loose pebbles. The tree carvings are amazing, and there's a bat cave on the right just after the junction between lookouts on the main track. Hold your breath, though, as it stinks! Beautiful walk, would love to do again when the orchids are out.

Malcolm Carrall

2 years ago

Great walking trails plenty to see. Great views at the top.