Mossman Gorge Centre, Mossman

#1 of 18 in Parks in Daintree Region
Nature / Park · Wildlife Area
Embark on a journey through the lush green jungle at Mossman Gorge Centre. Find yourself under the tall canopy of the world's oldest rainforest navigating the endless maze of walking tracks at your own pace as you keep an eye open for metallic-blue butterflies and dragon-like lizards. Hire a local guide to learn about the history of this World Heritage-listed area. You might feel tempted to take a plunge into the cool stream, but beware of the strong currents and enter the river only with extreme precaution. Our Mossman itinerary site makes visiting Mossman Gorge Centre and other Mossman attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Stunning. Nice, easy hiking experience. Definitely take togs as their are some beautiful swimming spots.  more »
  • We visited Mossman as part of our Eastern Australia tour. Brilliant place to have a relaxing outdoor swim. Beautiful surroundings. Be sure to visit as part of the Daintree experience.  more »
  • Loved our experience in the Daintree Rainforest, Mossman Gorge. The local indigenous community have done a fantastic job in making this area open to everyone to visit. The gorge is easy to access...  more »
  • Awesome location, well worth the visit
  • Rainy but very lush and nice!
  • Very well organised. Arrive at Mossman Gorge information centre and purchase tickets $12.50 each for shuttle bus up to the gorge. Buses run every 10 mins and they are definitely social distancing and cleaning after each and every passenger. Great walkways and suspension bridge to view the Mossman Gorge from. Lots of people swimming but they explain its at your own risk as nobody there to assist if you get into trouble. Great gift shop with lots of indigenous books, shirts, Christmas baubles, tea towels, jewelry. The list is endless. Lovely clean facilities as well as a cafe. Well worth the drive to Mossman for the day or just a few hours.
  • Beautiful swimming hole, but ruined by greed. You can no longer drive up to gorge. A huge hideous visitor centre is now 2 km back from gorge and charges entry via a shuttle bus con. Avoid and go to Josephine Falls instead. Will not be returning until reverted back to the natural location that it used to be.
  • Bus ride to Mossman Gorge is now mandatory if you want to see the gorge. $12.60 per person. You cannot drive or walk there. :(

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