Mossman Gorge information
In the southeast corner of Daintree National Park, 5km west of Mossman town, Mossman Gorge forms part of the traditional lands of the Kuku Yalanji Indigenous people. Carved by the Mossman River, the gorge is a boulder-strewn valley where sparkling water washes over ancient rocks. Walking tracks lead to a refreshing swimming hole – take care, as the currents can be swift. There’s a picnic area here but no camping. The complete circuit takes about an hour, or you can get a shuttle bus (every 15 minutes; adults $8.50, children $4.25) into the heart of the gorge.