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  • Lake Placid (Nani)

    Stroll along the bank beside the lake—actually part of the Barron River—for scenic views of the steep, forested slopes of the lower Barron Gorge and the white-water rapids of the Barron River. Enjoy a picnic in the shade. Be crocwise—estuarine crocodiles ( ) are found in the lower Barron River, including Lake Placid.   Read more [...]

  • Barron Gorge Hydro Power Station

      Barron Gorge Hydro-Power Station Barron Gorge Hydro-Power Station was Australia’s first underground power station, built in 1935 to harness the immense power of water flowing over Barron Falls. Construction of Tinaroo Dam, a weir at Kuranda and a larger, more recent hydro-electric power station, have significantly reduced the water volume over the falls. To Read more [...]

  • Wrights Lookout Barron River Falls

    Wrights lookout (Grade: easy) Distance: 3 km return Time: Allow about 1 hr walking time Details: From the Barron Falls car park, walk along Wrights lookout road to Wrights lookout, which offers wide-ranging vistas over Barron Gorge, towards the city of Cairns and the coast. Return along the same track. Surprise Creek walk (Grade: moderate) Read more [...]

  • Din Din Barron Falls Lookout Din Din Barron Falls lookout (Grade: easy) Distance: 1.2 km return Time: Allow about 40 mins walking time Details: An elevated, wheelchair-accessible (with assistance) boardwalk suspended high above the forest floor winds through lush, rainforest canopy to the Barron Falls lookouts and Barron Falls railway platform. Enjoy views over the gorge and spectacular Barron Read more [...]

  • Kuranda National Park

    Location Sixteen kilometres from Cairns (Kuranda National Park) and 7 km from Mossman (Mowbray National Park) Kuranda National Park and adjacent Mowbray National Park are entirely within the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area ( ). They feature both rainforest and open eucalypt forest and protect an important wildlife corridor between centres of biodiversity in Read more [...]

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