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We stopped off here on our way back from Wonga Beach to Port Douglas. Mossman Gorge would have to be one of the most picturesque areas we visited on our whole trip. There are many walks to take along easy tracks, some are a bit...More
Beautiful guided walk while on a bus tour to several places in the area.
The boardwalk was easy to manoeuvre although there are some stairs. The quick bus ride to the start/finish was good to stop cars going to areas with limited parking.
Put aside a couple of hours to visit Mossman Gorge if you are travelling to Far North Queensland. 54km north of Palm Cove, it's a scenic coastal drive until you get to the sugar cane at Port Douglas. The outlooks change, but it remains picturesque....More
Spent a good couple of hours there walking all the trails they offer. The scenery is spectacular and nice wide walking tracks and bridges around the main area. The longer walk was good too on a narrower dirt track with lots of stairs
We heard many good things about this and made sure that it was part of our itinerary. We sure weren’t disappointed as we happened to visit on a beautiful day where we had a pleasant walk through very impressive bits of ancient forest and bubbling...More
We saw pictures of Mossman gorge and we thought it couldn’t possibly be that nice but it is breathtaking! Beautiful clear, cool water perfect for a swim after a walk in the heat. We only walked to the suspension bridge as our children are quite...More
You can spend 2 - 3 hours at Mossman Gorge. It has a good cafe and souvenir shop. Take a good pair of walking shoes and a hat. It's a great walk and if you have your bathers you can cool off at the end...More
During our week-long stay in Cairns with our young kids, we HAD to visit Mossman Gorge (returning after a few years). It is just as beautiful as we had remembered, and the paths are suitable for kids. The suspension bridge was the favourite of our...More
Coming back from the Daintree Village the brother in law suggested the Mossman Gorge, so glad he did!
From entering the well designed entrance building,paying $9 roughly to catch the regular buses up to the gorge (meet a lovely staff member finishing her shift who...More