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 people. The gorge is a boulder-strewn valley where sparkling water washes over ancient rocks. It's 3km by road from the visitor centre to a viewpoint and refreshing swimming hole – take care as the currents can be swift. You can walk the 4km, but visitors are encouraged to take the shuttle (adult/child/family return $9.80/4.85/24.20, every 15 minutes).
There are several kilometres of walking trails on boardwalks and a picnic area at the gorge, but no camping.