Crater lakes, huge strangler figs, rainforest walks, lakeside camping areas and places of important local history are some of the interesting features along the 28 kilometres Danbulla forest drive.
The Kauri Creek rainforest walk starts at the Kauri Creek day-use area. The first part of the walk winds through rainforest along the bank of Kauri Creek. The track then crosses the creek (be prepared to get your feet wet!) and passes through forest before joining an old logging road. You have another chance to dip your toes in the sandy-bottomed Kauri Creek before joining the return track, which is steep and narrow in places and should be undertaken only by fit and experienced walkers. Keep to the walking track at all times.... more
Kauri Creek rainforest walk, Danbulla National Park
Distance: 5.1 kilometres return.
Time: allow 2.5 hours walking time.... less
Take plenty of drinking water. Wear a hat and sunscreen.
Wear sturdy shoes, as the track can be rough in places.
At 800 metres above sea level, Danbulla enjoys milder conditions than the coast, so it is a popular summer escape.
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