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Oliver Creek, Cape Tribulation Road, Cape Tribulation, Queensland, Australia
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All reviews easy walk board walk raised boardwalk information signs fruit bats lovely walk well worth the stop beautiful boardwalk viewing platform about half an hour animal life strangler fig take your time fan palms flora and fauna clams mangroves
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Reviewed yesterday

This was the best walk we did in the region. The boardwalk goes over flooded forest. There is a viewing point to the Noah Creek. Some We did saw an Speckled Longfin Eel swimming beneath us, Basket Ferns, very green Australian Fan Palms and more....More

Thank Jan T
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a 1-1.2 km walk through the mangroves. Take your time as there is a lot to see for the quiet watchers. We saw a dead manteray being eaten by crabs and there are birds of many varieties. Not the prettiest of walk at...More

Thank driller52
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Good way for mobility challenged or young to experience the coastal rainforest. Worth the visit, you won't be disappointed.

Thank AussieGuy75
Reviewed 15 October 2018

The Marrdja Botanical Walk is not to be missed. Even though the Wet Tropics is in the middle of a prolonged dry period, this place is still green and oozes life! Within a 45 minute walk, we wandered through rainforest and Noah Creek, to Fan...More

Thank Terry P
Reviewed 12 October 2018 via mobile

Spoooooooooooooooky! Mangroves. Interesting at sunset But wouldn't miss it. Nice and easy for all ages. Very interesting.

Thank 726bthomson
Reviewed 10 October 2018

Great walk with lots of signage to let you know the name of trees you are lòoking at. Information about the rainforest and various adaptations of plants and animals to make them suitab li e for the environment. Very easy accessib l e walking path.

Thank yoccipi
Reviewed 28 August 2018

A definite stop off place when exploring the rainforest. We enjoyed our walk through the forest on the boardwalk. Our family (including teenagers) really enjoyed the exploration.

Thank Suengags
Reviewed 12 August 2018 via mobile

Really enjoyed this little circuit walk in the rainforest and mangroves. Well post with information and an easy boardwalk to stroll along. It is a great attraction to the area and not aligned to any particular profit organisation.

Thank paul4874
Reviewed 9 August 2018

A great (normally) circular walkway near Oliver Creek (with car park) leading you through the rain forest to the mangroves. Information board and map at start. Very fine climber skeleton at beginning of walk with disapppeared host tree. Walk is currently closed (for track repairs)...More

2  Thank HROxon
Reviewed 5 August 2018 via mobile

Took the 700mtr walk and tagged onto a bus tour. The guide was very passionate about his rainforest. Extremely interesting and very informative. Beautiful easy walk.

Thank Borzoi11
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