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Yellow Arrow Walk

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Yellow Arrow Walk

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Nicole B wrote a review Apr 2019
Cairns, Australia39 contributions8 helpful votes
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When I travel I love getting amongst the locals. Great scenery have a decent pair of joggers but a good way to do what locals do. Although the walk along the inlet is a little spooky so do it with a friend.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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WorldTravla7 wrote a review Dec 2018
Cairns, Australia5,339 contributions384 helpful votes
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The Yellow Arrow is a fantastic new addition (2017) to the suite of rainforest walks through Mount Whitfield Conservation park and provides a great middle of the road walk in between the short but steep Red Arrow and the two longer Blue and Green Arrow Walks (which take a few hours). You can do the Yellow which is 2.4km in just under an hour return if you move at a decent pace and the walk is not strenuous. In terms of how you tackle the Yellow Arrow, there are a few options: - You can start from the main entrance at Aeroglen (there is a car park with 56 spaces), head to up the track to the lookout on Mount Whitfield and then head back down the same way to the carpark (the top of Mt Whitfield has excellent views out over the airport, ocean and Yarrabah); or - Continue on when you reach the summit and link up with the Red Arrow and do both the Red and the Yellow (if keen for a longer walk); or Park in Collins Street near the Botanic Gardens at the entry to the Red Arrow walk and do the Red Arrow first and then link on the the Yellow at the top. Once at the Aeroglen carpark after doing the Yellow you can take the bike path around the bottom of the mountain back to Collins St/Botanic Gardens Of course for those who are super keen, you can also link on to the longer Blue Arrow walk from the summit. The Yellow Arrow boasts some nice plant life on the way up (inc written commentary)and bird spotting opportunities. I’ve also seen wallabies in the forest near the track from time to time. This track has become extremely popular with the locals given its close proximity to the Cairns CBD and is highly recommended for a workout surrounded by Mother Nature
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Date of experience: June 2018
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