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Manjal Jimalji is the Eastern Kuku Yalanji place name for the locally known Devils Thumb. Manjal Jimalji is a significant cultural site that tells the story of fire creation.
This challenging trail provides an opportunity to discover the unique vegetation of the upland and lowland rainforests. The amazing range of bird life found here changes with altitude. On a clear day, walkers can enjoy stunning views of the coastline from the lookout.
The Manjal Jimalji trail requires an above average level of fitness. Be prepared for steep ascents and slippery surfaces.