The Kuranda Scenic
Railway also passes through the park and provides views over
the Barron Gorge and waterfalls along the way to Kuranda a
trip not be missed.
There are many walking tracks and eco
friendly tours available as are picnic areas too. Campers
must obtain camping permits before going into the park.
Below are a selection of the more popular walks
and Douglas Tracks These historic overland routes between
Speewah and Kamerunga are being upgraded for walkers.
Stony Creek Weir track At the end of Stony Creek Road
through the Cairns Rainforest Estate, this track passes
through lowland vine forest to cascades on Stony Creek.
Barron Falls Lookout A short walk (150m one-way) leads to
two lookouts over the falls and gorge. The first part of the
track is suitable for wheelchairs. A colourful mural shows
some of the park's wildlife and tells the Djabugay story of
Contact the local Parks and
Wildlife Service or visit the
QLD National parks, marine parks and forests website. In addition to our
listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre
for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.