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Off the road to Bramston Beach, north of Innisfail, is this pristine beautiful place. A smooth, shaded 1.5km walk from the carpark follows the small Alice River, then leads up a grassy hill overlooking the wetlands beyond. No sign of a road or building -...More
Drove from Port Douglas to Cairns- curvy road - don't converse and don't use your phone. Concentrate. Stick to all speed advisory signs. Got to Cairns. Got lost. Get "Your Welcome Map of Tropical Cairns". It's an excellent street map. Come from Cpt Cook Hwy....More
Unfortunately we visited in a very dry period. Despite that the walk along the creek was very pleasant and well shaded. At the end you walk up a hill and look over the swamp. Should be lots of bird life when there is more water...More
This is not a flashy place, but it is a nice place for a walk and a great view. You take a windy walk through the forest with the river/creek to the left and at the end you need to walk up the grassy knoll....More
Stayed near this park and decided to visit to see if I could add to my sightings for the month.
Was not hard to find, turn off Bruce Highway to Bramston Beach, then take right into Cartwright Road, about 1.5km along you'll see the sign...More
The map shows this swamp as a national park on the back roads just north of Innisfail. But there were no signs at all on the highway and we had trouble finding it. After 45 minutes driving back roads (we ended up approaching from the...More