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Wooroonooran National Park: Mamu Tropical Skywalk Admission

1. Wooroonooran National Park: Mamu Tropical Skywalk Admission

Explore the Wooroonooran National Park rainforest from the forest floor to the canopy. Take a walk through the tropical rainforest before you begin the exciting stroll up towards the canopy. Experience the rainforest from a unique perspective and take incredible views of the national park. Forest walk The Forest walk serves as the access track to the cantilever, elevated skywalk and observation tower and provides the opportunity to experience tropical rainforest at ground-level. Alternative routes suitable for wheelchairs and strollers are provided along the Forest Walk. This track is suitable for visitors with vision-impairment with tap rails forming a continuous 'shoreline' on the left-hand side of the track. Seats are provided along the way. Cantilever A 40 meter long elevated walkway rises gently as the ground below drops away steeply, providing you with your first chance to experience the rainforest canopy. The viewing platform at the end of the 10 m long cantilever offers magnificent views of the river gorge below.  Skywalk The Skywalk meanders for 350 m through the rainforest canopy. Along the way, you see rainforest plants and animals at close quarters and gain tantalizing glimpses of the river valley far below.  Observation Tower At the end of the forest walk, access the Observation Tower from a short elevated walkway that leads to the tower's lower viewing deck. The top of the Tower is reached by stairway (not wheelchair accessible) and at 37 m above ground-level offers spectacular, uninterrupted vistas of World Heritage landscapes. Picnic tables are available near the entrance.

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Beautiful, gentle walk. The self guided audio tour set the perfect atmosphere & was very interesting. Fully wheelchair accessible if needed to all areas (except the observation tower - which still has an amazing view from the bottom platform). Staff were lovely & very helpful. It was an overcast day with misty showers which did impact on the distance you could see over the valley, but this just made the walk more authentic, since it is a rainforest :).

This was a great experience. Probably not the best time of year to do it though ( March). Only because flowers, berries etc. aren't out to be seen

The entire experience was amazing and I would recommend it to others who may be visiting the area.

Fabulous engineering wonderful views and our grandson loved it!