More than 2,500 vehicles have used the road since it was first opened in December last year. The busiest day registered a whopping 214 vehicles on the road.
The Kirrama Range Road was re-opened after nearly a decade of campaigning by the Cassowary Coast Regional Council and a small group of passionate locals to the State and Federal governments.
The road begins near Kennedy in the Girringun National Park and winds its way through impressive World Heritage rainforest and eucalypt woodland, passing waterfalls and offering breathtaking views from the top of the range.
It leads to Blencoe Falls where visitors can stop for a picnic or stay a few days in the Blencoe Creek campground.
For more information about the Kirrima Range Road visit here.