Temporary partial closure due to impacts from ex-Tropical Cyclone Jasper: visitor facilities in the Cape Tribulation section, Daintree National Park (CYPAL)

Closure status: A facility or feature within the park is closed

Category:
Park or facility closure
Applies:
4 January to 1 March 2024
Published:
4 January 2024 10:27am
Updated:
23 February 2024 11:13am
ID:
23636

This alert applies to the following park:

Due to impacts from ex-Tropical Cyclone Jasper, some visitor facilities in the Cape Tribulation section of Daintree National Park (CYPAL) remain closed until further notice. See below for further information.

Visitors are advised that access to these locations is via roads managed by local council or Department of Transport and Main Roads. For information on local council road conditions and closures see Douglas Shire Council, Dashboard (douglas.qld.gov.au) or phone (07) 4099 9444 or 1800 026 318. For information on Department of Transport and Main Roads road conditions and closures see: Road Condition Information - QLDTraffic 

The following visitor facilities are open (to local traffic only and subject to road conditions as advertised by Douglas Shire Council Dashboard (douglas.qld.gov.au)):

  • Madja boardwalk
  • Dubuji day-use area and boardwalk
  • Mount Alexandra lookout.

The following visitor facilties are partially open:

  • Jindalaba boardwalk: the first 180m of boardwalk is open. A return walk is available at the exit side.
  • Jindalba day-use area and amenities block are OPEN

The following visitor facilities at Cape Tribulation section, Daintree National Park (CYPAL) remain closed until further notice:

  • Kulki day-use area, boardwalk and lookout
  • Jindalba long distance circuit track
  • Mount Sorrow walking track.

Monitor park alerts for up-to-date information on visitor facilities. 

 

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