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Rugged peaks, steep gorges, tumbling waterfalls, lush rainforest, varied wildlife, easy access, a colourful history and a range of recreational opportunities make this one of Queensland’s most popular national parks.
Eighteen kilometres (lower section) and 27km (upper section) north-west of Cairns, in North Queensland
The Traditional Owners—the Djabugay Aboriginal people—welcome you to their country, a place of many stories, and ask that you respect their special place.
- Information centre
- Picnic tables
- Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
- Canoeing and kayaking
- World Heritage
- There are currently no park alerts for this park.