Mossman Gorge

Gorge in Mossman

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.