Curtain Fig NP

Far North Queensland
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A well built boardwalk surrounds the most astounding sight - a massive curtain of aerial roots created over 3 toppled trees by a single strangler fig. The fig is thought to be over 500 years old.

Getting there

The Curtain Fig is on the Atherton Tableland, on the outskirts of Yungaburra, which is about 66 km or just over 1 hr's drive from Cairns via the Gillies Highway. The Atherton Tableland is also accessible via the Kennedy Highway from Cairns, the Palmerston Highway from Innisfail or the Mossman–Mt Molloy Road from Port Douglas.

Comments

Eve on 22 Jun, 2019

Not really a bushwalk as it is all on boardwalks. Magnificent walk around a stunning Fig Tree.

Baldr on 19 Mar, 2019

A really amazing site.

NerdTrails on 23 Sep, 2014

Amazing tree! Not much of a walk.

Rhiannon Brooks on 13 Dec, 2012

spectacular!

asterope on Nov, 2009

Fun walk.

Adam on 2001

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