Girramay National Park Tropical North Queensland

Murray Falls, Girramay National Park. Photo credit: Michael Petersen © Queensland Government

Muulga Wetland walk, Edmund Kennedy

A short walk through melaleuca swamp ends at the Muulga Wetland, with excellent opportunities for viewing birdlife.

Journey type
200m one way A path where the start point is different to the finish point
Time suggested
Allow 10min walking time
Grade 1 walking track

Journey facilities

  • Walking
Muulga Wetlands, Edmund Kennedy, Girramay National Park

Muulga Wetlands, Edmund Kennedy, Girramay National Park

Photo credit: Adam Creed © Queensland Government

The Muulga Wetland is frequently visited by birdlife including magpie geese, whistling ducks, pacific black ducks, brolgas and forest kingfishers. In summer, dollarbirds migrate into this area. You might be lucky enough to see a cassowary here. Remember to always Be CassoWARY.

Getting there and getting around

Turn off the Bruce Highway 4km north of Cardwell and drive 1km along Clift Road to the car park.

Wheelchair accessibility

Muulga Wetland walk is wheelchair accessible (with assistance).

Before you visit

Opening hours

Muulga Wetland walk is open 24 hours a day. Read more about before you visit.

Check park alerts for the latest information on access, closures and conditions.

Visiting safely

For more safety information see Visiting Girramay National Park safely and Walk with care.

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