Well done to Queensland Parks and Wildlife Services (QPWS) for installing and maintaining this great, free walk. Informative signage and easy accessibility were great, allowing for visitors to see whilst protecting the rainforest.
This was the third walk we did in the Daintree area. Another beautiful boardwalk with incredible plant life. We were surprised that the track was closed at the halfway point. We had missed the small photo pinned to the information board showing the portion closed.
Boardwalk above the mangroves, easily accessible for those with mobility problems. Learned a bit about the forest, which as a local of FNQ, thought I already knew!
The Dubuji Boardwalk is another short and easy interpretive trail through mangroves and rainforests in the Cape Tribulation/Daintree National Park area. There were lots of pleasant smells along the way and some not so pleasant. One of the things we enjoyed was the long crescendi from the chorus of frogs that accompanied us as we strolled the boardwalk.
We visited the Dubuji Boardwalk on 7 August 2016, we liked it a lot because of all the signs explaining the different kinds of vegetation we were facing. Unfortunately, we were quickly stopped by a closed gate informing us the rest of the boardwalk was undergoing renovation and improvement. This is very well and perfectly acceptable, it would have been... 更多
The boardwalk was okay - saw a really big praying mantis, and some nice fan palms, but due to it being under repair we didn't get very far. There is a display board near the toilets which tells you a bit about the history of maybe the aborigines in the area? Or early conservation. I can't quite remember.