Walk Wet Tropics

Hiker at Surprise Creek
Photographer: WTMAThe Wet Tropics offers plenty of enjoyable walking tracks, catering for every level of experience.

You can savour cool shaded walks under the rainforest's 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.

Discover over 150 managed Wet Tropics walks using our easy walks search. Use the drop down menu below to find a walk to suit your location, ability and interest.

Be aware: some walks may be closed in the wet season for safety reasons. Visit park alerts and campsite bookings for more information.

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Roads, weather, camping and park access.

You must pre-book your campsite before you arrive. See information about the availability of campgrounds on the 'camping information and bookings' link below. Find information about roads, walks, and park closures on the park alerts page. And stay up-to-date on current weather and traffic information below.

Billabong camping - tourist group
Photographer: Tourism Queensland

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.

The view from Mount Edith
Photographer: WTMA

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.

Road sign - Gillies Highway World Heritage Area 2008
Photographer: WTMA

Queensland traffic 

Visit the link above or call 13 19 40 for traffic updates.

QLD Weather Map courtesy of bom.gov.au

Queensland weather

Check out the latest weather forecast in your region.

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