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Visiting Curtain Fig safely
The Curtain Fig is on the Atherton Tableland, on the outskirts of Yungaburra, which is about 66km or just over one hour’s drive from Cairns via the Gillies Highway. The Atherton Tableland is also accessible via the Kennedy Highway from Cairns, the Palmerston Highway from Innisfail or the Mossman–Mt Molloy Road from Port Douglas.
There are no stairs on the elevated boardwalk around the Curtain Fig, but it does not meet the Australian Standard for disability access. People living with a disabiity may be able to use the boardwalk with assistance.
- Remain on the boardwalk at all times.
For more information, read the guidelines on safety in parks and forests.
Essentials to bring
To enjoy your time at Curtain Fig National Park remember to bring:
Curtain Fig National Park is open 24 hours a day.
Permits and fees
Permits are required for commercial or organised activities. Contact us for further information.
Domestic animals are not permitted in Curtain Fig National Park.
Climate and weather
The Curtain Fig National Park sits 720m above sea level and the lower humidity and temperatures are a pleasant escape from the coastal extremes. Maximum summer temperatures are around 29°C while winter temperatures can fall below 10°C at night. For more information, see the tourism information links.
Fuel and supplies
Fuel and supplies are available in Yungaburra. For more information, see the tourism information links.
There are no toilet facilities at Curtain Fig National Park.
- There are currently no park alerts for this park.