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Granite Gorge Nature Park

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332 Paglietta Rd, Mareeba, Queensland 4880, Australia
+61 7 4093 2259
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At Granite Gorge visitors have a fantastic opportunity to get close with the wild rock wallabies in their natural habitat. You can hand feed them macropod pellets which we have available. The Mareeba unadorned rock wallabies (Petrogale inornata, Mareeba race) are rare and endangered and only seen up close here.The wallabies are unique to this area of Mareeba. They are known to be on the top of a couple of mountain ranges but this is the only place they can be seen up close and fed in the wild. Possums, 5 types of gliders, Frilled necked and other lizards, 2 types of quolls, turtles and echidnas inhabit the gorge and park area. On winter nights dingo howls can be heard way down the gorge.
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332 Paglietta Rd, Mareeba, Queensland 4880, Australia
+61 7 4093 2259
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Beautiful scenery. Feeding the wallabies was fun. Would have loved to do the harder walk and see the dinosaur footprints however the rocks were slippery and there were no handles or anything to hold and pull yourself up, like they had elsewhere (and it wasn't...More

1  Thank Danielle L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We loved it here!! Admission tickets were about $12 to enter the park and we were given a bag of wallaby food. We probably saw around 10-15 wallabies at any given time, but there were many more hiding in the rocks. We had come here...More

Thank Jasmin B
Reviewed 18 August 2017

Easy drive from port douglas to this quirky national park. Lots of wild wallabies to feed with a sprinkling of peacocks to avoid. Follow the coloured route markers embedded in the large granite boulders for a cracking scramble/walk. Families with young children and teens will...More

Thank glenn_paxton
Reviewed 16 August 2017 via mobile

Camped the night for $28 (unp) which includes access to swimming holes, gorge walks, plentiful native & farm animals, some which you can feed/pat/hold. Neat amenities with great hot showers, excellent camp kitchen and fire pits on sites too. Pet friendly.

Thank FuudTrip
Reviewed 10 August 2017

I would never have known this place if my friends in Mareeba had not told me about it. They knew that I love nature and animals and that I wanted an up-close contact with them, so they suggested that we visit this lovely Nature Park...More

Thank CzarEmmanuel
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

What an amazing place to stop for a couple of days. There is camping, rock pool swimming and walking trails over the granite rocks with trinkling of water over rocks from underground water holes. Saw scrub turkeys, rock wallabies and peacocks

Thank Chris G
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

Booked a non powered site (as we don't mind roughing it) and could choose where we camped. Beautiful next to the water! Can have camp fires and dogs! Originally booked for one night just as a couple, but due to the peace and quite we...More

Thank Bek R
Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

Great place for hiking and swimming. I always enjoy feeding the wallabies. The hike the the split walk is difficult and you need to bring water. The rock it's self is nothing special. When we go we also like to check out coffee work. Will...More

Thank DrM898
Reviewed 8 August 2017

Stayed 1 night in the Safari tent which is very basic, but for $65 including park entry fee, was a steal. The lovely lady at reception even lent us some utensils as we had ben staying in cabins up till then. The campers kitchen is...More

Thank gasman18111959
Reviewed 29 July 2017 via mobile

After a briefing from the receptionist, you follow a well marked path to stop after a few steps feeding the wallabies. Lots of fun and plenty of pictures taken of the wallabies, especially those carrying a baby. If you feel like walking on, you get...More

1  Thank swissami19
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15 September 2017|
Response from Dianne R | Reviewed this property |
I am unsure sorry but if you look at the website if should tell you. We stayed overnight
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Response from chrissyhabermann | Reviewed this property |
Yes we all had phone coverage both with Telstra and Optus