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Mossman Gorge

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| Daintree National Park, Queensland 4873, Australia
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USD 116.98*
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Cape Tribulation, Mossman Gorge, and Daintree Rainforest Day Trip from Cairns...
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Mossman Gorge Dreamtime Walk and Low Isles Snorkeling and Sailing Cruise
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“shuttle bus” (296 reviews)
“swimming hole” (89 reviews)
| Daintree National Park, Queensland 4873, Australia
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We walked the trail which was a little over 2km. Some wonderful rainforest scenery with numerous signs detailing the flora fauna and natural heritage. After the walk, we were hot and sweaty so we cooled off in the water hole afterwards. We took some goggles...More

Thank fishinwater
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We took a day trip from our palm cove stay and were immensely impressed with the professionalism and amenities at the gorge. The bus wasn’t expensive if you look around and weigh up all the costs and maintenance that would be required to run such...More

Thank yummo73
Reviewed 5 days ago

So beautiful well worth going once in a life time , amazing views, natural wonder and you can swim there

Thank Tilly F
Reviewed 6 days ago

Must go,must swim.Cold water ,so clean drinking water..Pics don’t do it justice at all . $9.50 adult entry .Well worth going ,huge boulders around . PLEASE DO NOT GO IN IF HEAVY RAIN HAS FALLEN AS THE CURRENT CAN BE DANGEROUS.

Thank Naresh P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The best part its the guide, the aborigen who gave the explanation of their culture and life in the rain forest. If you want to see crocodiles its better to go in winter

Thank Silvia L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Definitely bring your bathing suit (yet it is swim at you own risk). Beautiful spot in the 130 million year old rain Forrest. Lots of hiking options, if you like, yet also easy to get around for at least semi-active people. The bus up/back from...More

Thank Corey B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Let me first say that it is pretty much a necessity that you take the bus from the visitor center up past the village to the trail heads. It was somewhat unclear to us going in but be prepared to pay $9.50 round trip on...More

Thank Irvine A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Absolute rip off to charge $10 to travel 2kms up the road just to get to a natural river that's been there forever!! Don't bother reading the sign about swimming which said it was closed and then we got there only to find it would...More

4  Thank PeteWatkins81
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A popular spot so if you’re interested in just a short walk or swim, head there early on, as soon as it opens, to allow you to do so without clambering over others! 8.30 am is perfect as by 10.30 am there is very limited...More

Thank MissyD000
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's like stepping back in time and easy to imagine this special place thousands of years ago. With boulders shaped by flowing, crystal clear waters, it can get busy however find yourself a shady spot on the opposite side of the water hole and just...More

1  Thank Lisa F
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Sammy F
21 October 2017|
Response from MissMapleLeaf | Reviewed this property |
No, I think it's still a national park.
10 July 2017|
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Response from Waynedvh | Reviewed this property |
Yes there's two or pools along the walk they don't recommend you swim in them but in our visit a 100 or so were in cooling off, hope this helps Wayne.
7 February 2017|
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Response from Patricia T | Reviewed this property |
Yes - unless you want to walk! But it's a long walk so for the $10 rough price entry it's worth the bus trip