Kondalilla Falls got its name from an Aboriginal word meaning “rushing waters”, a good description of this waterfall during the summer wet season. Enter the cool, wet eucalypt forest with a rainforest understorey and walk to Picnic Creek. Picnic Creek circuit starts ...read more
Jew Shoal is a large reef complex of ridges, canyons, bommies, and a solitary 11 metre pinnacle. The Caves has rugged rocky outcrops and swimthroughs; the gutters are covered in colourful hard and soft corals, and reef fish including angelfish, butterflyfish, surgeonfish, ...read more
Starting near Wallaman Falls, the Jagany (Jar-gar-nee) walk travels through a range of landscapes on the way to the Henrietta gate pick-up point. On the first day (23.3 kilometres) the walk follows an old forestry track through she-oaks, open forest and rainforest.
The Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area separates open ocean surf from the sheltered estuary waters of Tin Can Bay and the Great Sandy Strait. This is a wetland of international importance. The sand spit is clad in casuarina, cypress pine and other coastal ...read more