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Cooktown's Scenic Rim Trail displays all aspects of the town's historical and cultural delights. Experience a range of diverse natural habitats, each with their own special features and species.
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The Juwun walk starts near Blencoe Falls, in Girringun National Park. Blencoe Falls is a spectacular waterfall that plunges 90 metres to a pool before cascading a further 230 metres to the base of the Herbert River Gorge.
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The Kennedy Track is one of the longer walks in the Mission Beach area, taking about four hours to complete the eight kilometre return journey (graded track).
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This walk extends beyond the Great Northern Mines Walk, following the trail up to the Herberton Firetrail.
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Barron Gorge National Park extends from the coastal lowlands to the elevated regions of the Atherton Tableland and features rugged mountain scenery, tropical rainforests, diverse wildlife and a fascinating history.
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The Specimen Hill Lookout walk takes you along a gravel bush track that leads you out along a shoulder of Specimen Hill.
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This walk extends beyone the Great Northern Mines Walk, following the trail up to the Herberton Firetrail, veering to the right until you reach the opencut mine known as Ironclad.
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Summit Track, Fitzroy Island National Park - A very steep service road (concrete wheel tracks) from the north-east end of Welcome Bay climbs through rainforest towards the lighthouse.
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The Copper Mines Walk is an easy walk that follows a gravel bush track along the sides of a small stream with a rocky bed in an historic mining settlement.
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This walk takes you past the three mineshafts that contributed to the tin ore production which was the mainstay of the Herberton economy.
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