Track Summary:
  • Track name: Clohesy River Fig
  • Area: Tablelands
  • Track Class: Pathway (Wheelchair)
  • Type of walk: Loop
  • Length: Short
  • Time: 15min
  • Distance: 0.15km
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Wheelchair
Activities & Interests:
  • Plant
  • Rainforest
  • Special tree
Track description:

The Clohesy River Fig Tree Walk is a short 300 metre boardwalk through a small and picturesque patch of rainforest. Along the walk are a variety of educational signs about the rainforest plants. The fig tree is the major attraction, one of the most impressive and magnificent in the Wet Tropics.

How to get there:

The Clohesy River Road runs south-east from the Kennedy Highway between Kuranda and Mareeba. Take the dirt road for about nine kilometres to the fig tree walk. There are several creek crossings along the way. 4WD is recommended. Please check road conditions and accessibility with the QPWS office, especially in the wet season.

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If you would like more information about Clohesy River Fig:

See the NPRSR website pages for Dinden National Park

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