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Had an amazing time here with my friends. We went for a BBQ and decided to swim after. Devils pool was a good walk away but when we got there, the formation of the rocks left me awestruck. Absolutely beautiful.
Had a swim and I...More
We were told in Cairns that this was amazingly beautiful. It was just "wow!". This natural river has been turned into a traveller's delight. Easy access to a cold, clean swimming spot, clean toilets, good parking and a free, set out camping area. The walk...More
If you are travelling down the highway don’t pass the opportunity to drop in and check out this amazing place. Steeped in rich aboriginal history and with postcard quality views this spot is a must see. We called in for a swim at the lagoon...More
We stayed at the National Park camping grounds, 5 min walk from where you can enter the natural 'pool' or swimming area (even wheelchair friendly). There are 8-10 places but well worth it. Hot water shower and a toilet for each gender amenities block. Beautiful...More
We were very pleasantly surprised by this park. The swimming hole is magical as is the walk. Some of the geographical features are stunning, with water worn rocks and crystal clear water. There is only one safe swimming spot as the water flow here can...More
How nice to find a place easy to visit pushing a wheelchair. Elderly people often miss out when it becomes too difficult for their carers. Not so here. Well maintained paths not too steep lead down to a wide viewing platform where they can be...More
A great park. Very well maintained. Great walking paths. Lovely natural swimming area (beware of current). Beautiful rainforest. Amazing 600 meter walk along the waters edge, through the rainforest to see the boulders. Great picnic area, covered tables and seats, and bbq’s. Kids playground. Car...More