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We actually took the trail which splits off to the right of the boardwalk. It’s through the rainforest and you need a reasonable level of fitness and decent walking shoes to complete it. However, it was great because we saw a cassowary and its baby...More
Having done a couple of the other Daintree Rainforest walk ways in the morning, we decided to do the longer 3km trail here with our 12 and 14 year old boys. It was one of the best walks we’ve done in Australia over the last...More
From the Jindalba carpark there are 2 options: a short 700m boardwalk or a slightly longer circuit track. We chose the 2.7km track which wound through the rainforest, crossed creeks and showcased the diversity of plants. You’ll need good walking shoes (sneakers at least) as...More
This is a lovely boardwalk, definitely recommend doing it before or after the Discovery Centre. There's a longer optional hike of 3km too, which I highly recommend. You'll need good shoes and don't do it straight after a big downpour as it's muddy in places....More
We enjoyed walking on the Indalba Boardwalk. We truly could experience the Daintree Forest that way.
The people who built the boardwalk, were protective of the trees. When there was a tree in the path of the boardwalk, they cut a hole for the tree,...More
My husband and I, who are in our 60s and reasonably fit, took 2 hours to do the full loop. This was because we wanted to take in the full beauty and diversity of the rainforest and wait patiently in case there were lizards... More
My husband and I, who are in our 60s and reasonably fit, took 2 hours to do the full loop. This was because we wanted to take in the full beauty and diversity of the rainforest and wait patiently in case there were lizards and other wildlife to spot. The track itself can be steep and rugged at times, but not too difficult if you are careful and, in my case, have a walking pole. If you want to cover the distance without too much delay, then I'd say you can do it in a hour - but if you can, take the opportunity to slow down and enjoy the experience.