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Dubuji Boardwalk in Cape Tribulation

Self-Guided Rainforest Walks

Beach walks, boardwalks, jungle trails and more, experience the world’s oldest rainforest with a stroll down Dubuji Boardwalk. Cape Tribulation’s rainforest boardwalks are one of the most popular things to do when visiting the Daintree National Park and are ideal for adventurers of all ages, interests and abilities, with wheelchair-accessible paths and beautiful scenery.

When you travel with the Aussie Park Guides app, you have all the information and tips you need as you stroll along the boardwalk at your own pace. With numerous interests and photo opportunities along the way, there is plenty to see and do! Download the app, and get started today!

Discover Lush Jungle Trails

Known as the “Place of Spirits”, immerse yourself in an ancient rainforest that holds thousands of years of natural, spiritual and cultural history. Strolling down Dubuji Boardwalk, you can experience this location in a safe, sustainable and accessible way.

The rainforest here is home to an extraordinary array of plant and animal life, some of which are found nowhere else in the world. While walking along the boardwalk, keep your eyes peeled for some of the impressive wildlife that inhabits the rainforest. You may even spot a cassowary, a unique bird akin to that of a prehistoric dinosaur, with its colourful head and gorgeous feathers!

Cross spring-fed creeks, roam through swampy mangroves and trek through pristine rainforest as you discover the secrets of this ancient land.

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Getting To Dubuji Boardwalk

As a part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, Dubuji boardwalk is in the Cape Tribulation section of Daintree National Park. From the Daintree ferry, drive 34km north along the Cape Tribulation Road and pull into the Dubuji car park, where your journey is only just getting started!

This 1.2km walk takes about 45 minutes to an hour to complete – notwithstanding the countless stops for photos and admiring the view!

The boardwalk track starts at the car park and twists and turns where you can enjoy the serenity of the forest and a well-deserved respite from the sun. In the end, you can further extend your walk along the soft sands of Myall Beach which boast stunning views of the Coral Sea and the Great Barrier Reef.

Your Expert Guide

Whether you’re an expert explorer or a first-time visitor, Aussie Park Guides has the perfect destination for your next adventure. This app is your go-to for all things Dubuji Boardwalk and Cape Tribulation.

Download our Daintree Itinerary Brochure for more information.

Making Your Trip Easy

Dubuji Boardwalk is a must-visit when in Cape Tribulation. It is a firm favourite amongst locals and foreigners alike with a wide diversity of plant and animal life to discover. The Aussie Park Guides app is the perfect way to plan your trip, with all the information you need in one place.

The Aussie Park Guides app makes planning your trip easy with comprehensive information, colourful commentary as well as informative tips and directions. With this sleek and simple app by your side, you will have everything you need to make the most of your visit!

To fully appreciate the beauty and tranquillity offered by Cape Tribulation, it is best to extend your visit over a few days. The stunning surroundings will reward you with an experience like no other. But have no fear! The Aussie Park Guides app has you covered, even if you are strapped for time.

Cape Tribulation, Dubuji & More

Whether this is your first time in the rainforest or you are a seasoned adventurer, the Aussie Park Guides app will ensure that you make the most of your trip.

But wait, there’s more! The Aussie Park Guides app is not only limited to Dubuji Boardwalk. It also covers many other amazing locations in the Daintree National Park, including:

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Aussie Park Guides is the perfect app to help you explore and experience Cape Tribulation in Queensland.