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Mossman Gorge, Daintree Region

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  • We went with a tour but you can go on your own with a rental car and they will bus you up to the raised biodegradable plastic walkway. The walkway is super and it gives you and all folks, regardless o...  more »
  • A lot more crowded than the first time I visited 6 years. You have to catch the shuttle in now and it is $9 per person. There were lots of tour groups and lots of people just hanging around for the In...  more »
  • After paying $9 for a bus to take us to the entrance point it seems this has little to offer, the gorge itself isn't anything special and we've seen more wildlife in the cities than we did on the rain...  more »
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  • A beautiful gorge nestled around the Daintree rainforest. The lookout gives an amazing view of the gorge along with a walk built inside the rainforests.
  • Beautiful walk through the gorge along the boardwalk, with an option to hike further up the mountain after the rope bridge crossing. Entry is now gated via a $9pp shuttle ride from the Mossman Gorge Centre which is very crowded and passes by the Mossman Indigenous community.
  • Worth the effort. Take your swimmers.
  • Beautiful walk through an ancient rainforest
  • The gorges all simple. I don't have not been very seduced by small ballad. In addition, admission is pay.
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