Jindalba Boardwalk

A short, and easy boardwalk passing through the oldest rainforest in the world.

Jindalba Boardwalk

A short, and easy boardwalk passing through the oldest rainforest in the world.

The boardwalk passes over bubbling rainforest creeks, past enormous buttress rooted trees, strangler figs, king ferns and massive cycads. It is a must do when travelling north o the river as it gives a snapshot of the Daintree Rainforest.

There are a number of stairs, shich woud prevent wheelchair access around the boardwalk, but generally it is a very easy, level stroll.

Toilets, picnic areas and barbecues are available at the start/finish of the walk, which makes this an easy half day activity for a family.

For the more adventurous, the longer 2.8km loop walk can be included, which includes some steep, slippery sections and shallow creek crossings.

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Hopes Cycad - Lepidozamia hopei - Photo by Alex Pawlow


Difficulty

Difficulty: 2

Very easy 850 metre boardwalk, with some steps.

Getting There

After crossing the Daintree Ferry, follow Cape Tribulation Road north for approximately 9km.

Turn right into Tulip Oak Road (signed to the Discovery Centre). Continue to the end of the road (past the Discovery Centre) and the parking area.

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Hopes Cycad - Lepidozamia hopei - Photo by Alex Pawlow
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Hopes Cycad - Lepidozamia hopei - Photo by Alex Pawlow