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The Tweed Range is the western extension of the Tweed Volcano caldera rim in northern New South Walesmarker, Australia. The range marks the southern extinct of the Scenic Rim. The Bar Mountain massif is the highest point on the range, rising to 1130 m above sea level. To the west lies McPherson Rangemarker and Levers Plateau, in the north is the Lamington Plateaumarker with the Nightcap Range extending around the southern parts of the caldera rim, south east of the Tweed Range.

Most of the range is covered by rainforest and protected within the Border Ranges National Parkmarker, part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australiamarker and Mebbin State Forest. The 64 km long Tweed Range Scenic Drive is a road through the park and along the range that provides access to lookouts over the Tweed Valley, including The Pinnacle Lookout and Blackbutts Lookout.

In the east the catchments of Byril Creek, Oxley River and Rous River, tributaries of the Tweed Rivermarker drain the steep valley slopes. In the west a series of creeks, among them Brindle Creek, flow in the Richmond Rivermarker.

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