The walkways are quite good and allow an experience of the rainforest environment, although in my view there are equally good, if not better, walks on the (free) boardwalks that are available in the Daintree area, and possibly more chance of seeing a variety of wildlife than in this busy visitor centre. In fact there is one just a little further down the road from the Discovery Centre that would be worth visiting early in the morning or late evening. There is plenty of information at the Centre, and this is probably a good place to go with a family. There is a resident rainforest expert who gives talks at regular intervals, but whose annoying voice pervades the whole area. The elevated platform is good, but the nearby trees seem to have been colonised by starlings at the expense of other birds. I would probably give this a miss if I had the time again, and save some money.
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