Walk Wet Tropics

There are plenty of walking tracks to enjoy right across the Wet Tropics region, catering for every level of experience.

You can experience cool shaded walks under the rainforests canopy, wander around a peaceful lake, enjoy a stroll along a mangrove boardwalk, climb a mountain, visit a spectacular lookout or simply go for a beach walk.

You can read all about over 150 managed walks here using our easy walks search. Use the drop down menu below to find specific walks to suit your location and abilities and interests. Walks that suit your needs will be listed in a table below.

Be aware: some walks may be closed during the year for safety or lack of access, particularly during the wet season. You can visit park alerts and campsite bookings on the links near the search button or find more information below the search form.

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Roads, weather, camping and park access.....

Information about park road closures and walks in national parks can be found on the parks alerts page. Information about the availability of campsites at campgrounds and on long distance walks is provided on the campsite bookings webpage link below. You must pre-book your campsite before you set out, so make sure you visit the website below to book.

Camping information
and bookings

Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
manages all camping in national parks.
Your site must be pre-booked, either online
or over the phone.

Park alerts

Before you leave home make
sure you check the park alerts
website for the latest
information about access,
road closures and conditions for
walks in national parks.

Queensland weather

Check out the latest weather
forecast in your region

Queensland traffic
information

or call 13 19 40

 

News and Events

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News and Events

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Wet Tropics Ministerial Forum meet in Sydney

Wet Tropics Ministerial Forum meet in Sydney

World Heritage listed rainforests of the Wet Tropics were the subject of discussion when the Wet Tropics Ministerial Forum held its 26th meeting ... READ MORE

Revival of Rainforest Aboriginal News

Revival of Rainforest Aboriginal News

In collaboration with Terrain NRM, the Authority has revamped the Rainforest Aboriginal News. Check out the new first edition.... READ MORE

Conservation success stories: updating the Red List

Conservation success stories: updating the Red List

Some good news stories coming out of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature World Conservation Congress... READ MORE