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Goldfield trail, Wooroonooran National Park

Lush rainforest, creek crossings, king ferns, and the Mulgrave River are features of the Goldfield trail. Photos: NPRSR.Lush rainforest, creek crossings, king ferns, and the Mulgrave River are features of the Goldfield trail. Photos: NPRSR.

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Welcome

The Dulabed Malanbarra Yidinji Aboriginal people, the Traditional Owners of the area, welcome you to their country. They ask that you respect this special place.

Location

North-west end 23 km south of Cairns, south-east end 58 km south of Cairns

What's special

The Goldfield trail follows a 19 km historic path through the rainforest of Wooroonooran National Park. It crosses numerous picturesque creeks and climbs over a low saddle between Queensland’s two highest peaks, Bartle Frere and Bellenden Ker.

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Last updated
10 October 2012