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Jumrum Creek Conservation Park

Photos: Terry Vallance; Jodie Eden, Queensland Government; and Lyall NaylorPhotos: Terry Vallance; Jodie Eden, Queensland Government; and Lyall Naylor

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The Traditional Owners, the Djabugay Aboriginal people, welcome you to their country and ask that you 'walk one track'—take only photographs and leave only footprints but no rubbish.


Twenty-seven kilometres north-west of Cairns, within Kuranda village, North Queensland

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This park features a pleasant walk on boardwalks and graded paths through vine-entwined rainforest to a small creek. Climbing palms twist to the forest canopy, creating a green curtain of foliage.

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Last updated
29 March 2017