Judd’s Lagoon, located 5km to the southeast of Yuleba is a favourite pastime location for locals and visitors alike. Here, you can relax amongst the tranquil wetlands, spot some native fauna and flora and perhaps even wet a line.
Auburn National Park
The scenic Auburn River flows through a steep-sided gorge, tumbling over massive, water-sculpted, salmon-coloured granite boulders. The gorge and river are the park’s most striking landscape features. The park protects a western hardwood forest, now uncommon in the area, and provides habitat for many plants and animals. https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/parks/auburn-river
The Daintree Rainforest is a beautiful Far North Queensland rainforest, part of the Wet Tropics and a World Heritage Rainforest. The Mossman Gorge rainforest area is the southern part of the Daintree National Park . Mossman Gorge Centre The Dreamtime Walks began by Roy Gibson in 1987. A few years later, the idea of the … Read more
The boardwalk in Caloundra is a feature along Bulock Beach, one of many beaches defining Caloundra, the only beach at the Bribie Passage outlet
Lake Borumba is formed by Borumba Dam, located west of Imbil and roughly between Amamoor and Kenilworth. It is an un-gated dam built in 1963 and upgraded in 1997, primarily to provide water to the Mary Valley irrigation scheme. The lake is a stocked impound, which means fish are supplied into the dam to provide … Read more
Kulki is a beach and headland at Cape Tribulation in the Daintree National Park. Kulki, pronounced as “gool-gee”, was a meeting place for the Eastern Kuku Yalanji people. Kulki Lookout The 600m Kulki boardwalk leads from the picnic area up the ridge of the headland to a lookout. The lookout is named after two Yalanji … Read more