Daintree Rainforest Boardwalks
Visitors are encouraged to venture out into the actual rainforest itself. Four hundred metres of elevated boardwalks thread their way through the rainforest allowing the public to really experience this unspoiled wilderness for themselves – at the same time protecting the fragile rainforest environment.
There are strategically placed viewing platforms situated around the boardwalk where you can sit and enjoy the ambience of the rainforest at your leisure.
These well-maintained and intimate Boardwalks are by far the best in the Daintree Rainforest and surrounding areas.
The Cassowary Circuit and the Bush Tucker Trail are well sign posted and self-guided audio tours are available in a variety of languages.
The Cassowary Circuit has viewing platforms that take in the giant King Ferns lining McLean’s Creek, as well as reclining benches that provide breathtaking views of gigantic arboreal Basket ferns.
The Bush Tucker Trail provides information on how local indigenous people and early settlers survived the rainforest and what they used for food, medicines and utensils.