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1 week ago
“Walked from Home Rule to Cedar Bay”
26 Jul 2016
“Great drive”
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40km South of Cooktown, Cooktown, Cook Shire, Queensland 4895, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This walk is classed as a 17 k walk, Following the marked track and we found it was 26 plus k, took us 10 hour walk and it’s only for the fitness. We were carry a back pack with food and camping.

Thank Donald D
Reviewed 27 July 2016

Area for picnic, swimming on a hot day, wonderful scenic drive well worth it. Great to take family and friends for a day outing

Thank Desiree1956
Reviewed 26 July 2015

This is one spectacular national park. From the beach at Cedar Bay on the Coral Sea to the rugged, dense rainforest & cloud covered mountains & the beautiful lush green valleys, it is serene & stunning. About 40km south of Cooktown on Shiptons Flat Rd...More

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Reviewed 19 July 2015

Every time I travel to this rainforest where it meets the blue blue ocean I am instilled with peace and tranquillity by the green glades and invigorated by the pacific ocean.

Thank Derek P
Reviewed 13 January 2015

A 8 hour walk 15-17kms you do need to be fit to do this walk. The whole way is walking in thick beautiful rainforest crossing very gorgeous creek crossings, where you cross is no more then a foot deep.All these creeks are find to drink...More

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