MA MU Rainforest Canopy Walk
on the Palmerston Highway is midway between Innisfail and
Millaa Millaa - 30 kilometres from each centre.
It is situated on the eastern edge of the World Heritage Area
near Crawfords Lookout. The walk offers spectacular views across
the North Johnston River valley and the rare opportunity to walk
through the tree tops and observe the numerous birds, fruits and
flowers in the rainforest canopy. The tower at the end of the
walk reaches 37m above the ground
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Crawford's Lookout to North
Johnson Lookout - (4 km: 2-3 hours).
From Crawford's Lookout the track winds down into the North
Johnstone River Gorge, dropping some 500m in the 1.5 km walk.
K tree to Tchupala Falls
( 1.2 km: 1 hour)
From the K Tree entrance on the Palmerston Highway to
Tchupala Falls is only about 600 metres.
K tree to Goolagan's picnic area - (3 km: 1-2 hours).
This track leads fist to Wallicher Falls which, though
relatively small, are spectacular. Access to the bottom of the
falls can be gained alter crossing Henrietta Creek The track
then climbs a little before following the contours above
Henrietta Creek through some very tall and dense-canopied
rainforest. The 1.7 km return to K-Tree via the highway takes
approximately 45 minutes.
Coolagan's picnic area to
Henrietta Creek camping area. - (800m: 30 min).
This short track follows Henrietta Creek. linking the picnic and
camping areas. Camp in the rainforest at Henrietta Creek. Tent
and caravan sites, toilets, a shelter shed and picnic tables are
provided. This is an excellent track from which to view
wildlife. such as the musky rat-kangaroo. and platypus and
tortoises in the creek. The return via the highway. takes
approximately 15 minutes.
Nandroya Falls circuit -
(2.5 km: 1-1.5 hours).
From the camping area the track :limbs the ridge that separates
Henrietta and Douglas creeks. It then winds slowly down towards
Nandroya Falls (50m) via Silver Creek Falls (10m). Return either
along the main Nandroya Falls track or via the circuit track,
3.5 km (2-3 hours). This circuit track initially follows Douglas
Creek passing some excellent swimming holes. It then skins a
steep hillside before rejoining the main track 1 km from the