Dubuji Boardwalk

Walk Highlights

Dubuji Boardwalk
  • Distance: 1.2 km
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Location: Myall Beach, Cape Tribulation
  • Facilities: toilets at carpark, camping nearby, cafe and pharmacy nearby
  • Getting There: Follow Daintree Cape Tribulation Rd north from Daintree for about one hour
  • Highlights: brilliant flowering palms, rainforest just metres from the Coral Sea and Myall Beach, fruit bats

Walking Track Description

Another of the Daintree National Park’s most popular walks, the Dubuji Boardwalk is a cool, coastal mangrove swamp adjacent to the vast coast of Myall Beach, south of Cape Tribulation.

From the carpark, the boardwalk winds its way through the mangroves, shaded by it’s canopy of enormous fan palms, strangler figs and vines. It’s like something from another time. A muddy creek snakes through the mangroves, supporting a diverse variety of plants and animals, including bats (look for them nesting upside down in the trees) and brilliant tropical birds. Not to mention your (mandatory) tree snakes and spiders.

Peaceful and well signposted, the walk is a charming way to (safely) discover the complex functions of a tropical mangrove  – its brilliant adaptation to salt water and the ecosystem it supports. Well worth a look.

Walking Trail Map

(Start at red marker)

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More Walks in Port Douglas to Cape Tribulation, Queensland

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  • 6 Responses to “Dubuji Boardwalk”

    1. Dubuji boardwalk and crocodile safari « Young World | 20/08/11

      […] we were in the Daintree rainforest we thought we should have a look at it up close, so we went to Dubuji boardwalk. Dubuji boardwalk takes you through the mangrove part of the jungle, a small part of it. We saw […]

    2. Rick Edwards | 12/12/12

      This amazing boardwalk may soon be closed because the Queensland Government has pulled funding from the National Park, December

    3. Let’s Go Fly A Kite! | One-2-Ten | 13/05/13

      […] of Noah on Noah Beach. He felt like quite a celebrity as we drove through the area. We did the Dubuji Walk that took us through different ecosystems, and it was really cool seeing them all and how they […]

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