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Cathedral Fig Tree

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Danbulla Road | Danbulla State Forest, Yungaburra, Queensland 4884, Australia
+61 1300 366 361
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“car park” (16 reviews)
“fig tree” (16 reviews)
“short walk” (12 reviews)
Danbulla Road | Danbulla State Forest, Yungaburra, Queensland 4884, Australia
+61 1300 366 361
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

It was cool. I was unsure as I was like hmm all that for a tree but I saw it and it was cool as and easily accessible. Nature never fails to impress

Thank Kimberley B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I am returning earlier next time. The bird call was impressive well into the morning. Birds, butterflies, and the Musky rat kangaroo to look for. Another must see on a trip to Atherton Tablelands. Really good bush.

Thank Linda B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A short walk off the road on an easy trail into the forest is the most amazing tree! It is too big to show up on just one photo and is very unique. The air roots have made a curtain and as you walk around...More

Thank Julie J
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Absolutely stunning, easy walk, gorgeous forest, and the cathedral Fig Tree is amazing. Definitely worth a stop!

Thank Dayna H
Reviewed 11 October 2017 via mobile

Certainly worth the visit. Not a long way off the main road and simply stunning. Go and visit, you will not be disappointed

Thank Mauledbymeerkats
Reviewed 10 October 2017

It may not sound like much, but the curtain fig tree is actually pretty amazing and worth seeking out on your travels. It is situated in the remnants of what was once a vast forest, home of the rare tree kangaroo. We were lucky enough...More

Reviewed 4 October 2017

This tree has to be seen to be believed it is truly magnificent. It is easy toreach and has good walkways all the way around it. Ifyou are everin this area be sure not tomiss this attraction you wont be disappointed.

Thank Steve W
Reviewed 3 October 2017

We saw this as part of a tour but it is worth a look! Man, it is impressive and beautiful. If you want a full picture, use panorama on your phone and start from top and go down to get the light right.

Reviewed 2 October 2017

The tree is certainly impressive and world class as a tourist attraction but what is really memorable is the sound of the birds - thousands of them. You can just stand quietly and take in the sound and pick the many types of birds calling...More

Thank AussiePD
Reviewed 30 August 2017 via mobile

A short walk to the tree from the car park. There are toilets there. Magnificent tree, photos just don't do it justice! We went with as family with 2 young boys. The kids loved it...plenty of things to climb for them!

Thank danceswithroseoz
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