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Cassowaries? Snakes? Pythons? Butterflies? You name it, it is here.
I came on a hot summer's day in February and did the 1.5km loop walk through the Djiru National Park rainforest at Lacey Creek day use area (carpark is on the left as you head...More
This is true cassowary forest and you can CYCLE through it, all the way along the Musgrave Track, which connects you to the beautiful, peaceful Licuala Day Use area on the southern side of this massive park. Take your water with you!
Here i walked the 9km musgravea trail from Lacey creek trail
I went alone but thats not reccommended as im an experiencec walker and prefer to take photos at my own pace and explore places others wouldnt go
Having said that if hou ddcide to...More
I was keen to do the longer 6km track however I was on my own and it didn't look as if anyone had done it in awhile so I opted for the 1.1km round trip Track that takes you through some beautiful rainforest. An easy...More
I visited two trails at this national park, the Licuala fan palm forest trail and the Lacey trail. Both are worthwhile and are not difficult or overly long. These trails are free attractions.
Licuala fan palm walk
A beautiful short (1.2 km) walk on a...More
The positives about Djiru National Park is that it is obviously a free activity but it has a high level of accessibility in that it incorporates walks that are not to strenuous and it identifies the half way points giving those the option to turn...More
Djiru National Park and all its various incarnations around Mission Beach is a must for those who love tropical birds and butterflies. Numerous tracks of varying length can be easily found. The forest has recovered from its last cyclone, with only a few topless emergent...More