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Jindalba Boardwalk

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Jindalba Boardwalk

72 Reviews
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5-Day Best of Cairns with Daintree, Kuranda, and Great Barrier Reef
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5-Day Best of Cairns with Daintree, Kuranda, and Great Barrier Reef

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Experience the very best of Far North Queensland on this diverse 5-day adventure based out of Cairns. Scuba dive at the Great Barrier Reef, visit Cape Tribulation and Mossman Gorge, ride through the World Heritage-listed Wet Tropics on the Kuranda Scenic Railway, and marvel at some of the world's oldest living species in Daintree Rainforest. Includes round-trip airport transfers, all transportation, some meals, and overnight accommodation in a charming 3-star hotel with pool in Cairns.
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mazzaintazza wrote a review 1 Apr
London, United Kingdom279 contributions186 helpful votes
Both walks are accessed from the car park a little beyond the Discovery Centre. Some small sections of the 700m boardwalk were closed when we were there, but you can still enjoy the majority of it. Still a bit slippery in parts so take it easy! This should dry out a bit more over the next 6 months. We did the 2.7km walk as well; hardly anyone else about on this longer circuit, surprised that we saw very little wildlife, but nevertheless this is a lovely atmospheric walk through the rainforest. The path is a bit obscure in places, with tree roots, little creek crossings and debris to negotiate, so keep your eyes out for the pink ribbons tied at head height to trees, which will show you the way to go. It is described as a walk for the ‘more adventurous’, and you do need reasonable fitness and agility. It took us about 1.5hrs to complete this beautiful loop walk. Do take water and bug spray.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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bobjanh wrote a review Feb 2021
Brisbane, Australia1,516 contributions478 helpful votes
There are a couple of possible walks here: in addition to the 650m boardwalk, there is a 2.7km rough rainforest walk which is somewhat more strenuous. We did both. The rainforest environment itself was great but there’s was very little to see at all in terms of wildlife when we walked from about 8am. Fortunately, driving too this spot we did have some roadside spotting of cassowary. Worth doing but not as spectacular as the other boardwalks in the Daintree.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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WorldTravla7 wrote a review Nov 2020
Cairns, Australia5,525 contributions390 helpful votes
I love this beautiful rainforest boardwalk through the Daintree rainforest. It’s short, easy, the lush plant & tree life is amazing and cassowary sightings are common (I saw one on my first visit). It’s definitely a place I’ll keep returning to and is my favourite of the several short boardwalks in the Daintree/Cape Tribulation area.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Belinda E wrote a review Oct 2020
Brisbane, Australia265 contributions42 helpful votes
Lovely easy walk. Well worth a stop. Half decent chance of spotting a cassowary too - we didn't see one but a fellow traveller had spotted one the previous day.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Anthony S wrote a review Oct 2020
Brisbane, Australia1,616 contributions649 helpful votes
This short circuit is on an elevated boardwalk the whole circuit and takes you deep into the forest making an easy walk. However there are quite a few steps along the way but a handrail will help if you are unstable.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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