Jumrum Creek Conservation Park Tropical North Queensland

Photos: Terry Vallance; Jodie Eden, Queensland Government; and Lyall Naylor

Things to do

    Jumrum Creek walk. Photo: Tourism Kuranda.

    Jumrum Creek walk. Photo: Tourism Kuranda.

    Camping and accommodation

    Camping

    Camping is not permitted within Jumrum Creek Conservation Park. A camping area is provided in nearby Speewah Conservation Park, adjacent to the western boundary of Barron Gorge National Park.

    Other accommodation

    There is a range of holiday accommodation in and around Kuranda, Mareeba and Cairns. For more information see the tourism information links.

    Walking

    Jumrum Creek walk (Grade: easy)

    Distance: 750m one way

    Time: Allow about 30min walking time

    Details: The walk can be accessed from the small car parking bay on Barang Street or by following the paved pathway near the Kuranda Visitor Information Centre in the village. The walk descends to the crossing over Jumrum Creek and climbs gently up to Barron Falls Road. Visitors can retrace their steps or link onto the well sign-posted Kuranda village circuit walk, which continues along the Jungle and River walks to the railway station and returns through the village to complete the circuit. Obtain more information from the Kuranda Visitor Information Centre located on the corner of Coondoo Street and Therwine Street.