Kulki Boardwalk

Daintree National Park

Kulki day-use area has a boardwalk leading from the picnic area to a viewing platform overlooking the ocean and beach. A short walk from the Kulki car park takes you to beautiful Myall Beach. Toilets and picnic tables are provided.

No Swimming
Picnic Facilities
No Dogs Permitted
No Camping Permitted
Swamp or Wetland
Maximum Elevation
Total Climb

Getting there:

Travel 104 km north of Cairns on the Captain Cook Highway to the Daintree River crossing. The ferry operates 6.00 am–midnight every day.

Beyond the ferry, conventional two-wheel-drive vehicle access is possible as far as Cape Tribulation, although high clearance is useful and caravans are not recommended. The road through this section of the park is narrow and winding. Drivers should keep left and watch for wildlife, particularly cassowaries.


Cape Tribulation

Route/Trail notes:

This is a very short and somewhat steep paved walk to a look out over the beach with the rainforest as a backdrop. There are options to walk onto the beach from this path.



Other References/Comments:

About Cape Tribulation

WARNING: 'Crocodiles abound' here, so be very carefull in this area.


Nice short and easy walk through the rainforest that leads to a lookout over the beach.

Sianlesley on 17 Nov, 2021

For a longer walk, follow the signs in the carpark for Cape Tribulation. A short track leads to steps, up then down, which bring you to Myall Beach. You can walk all the way along the beach (wading Mason's Creek) to PK's/Ocean Safari, which are acessed via a small but worthwhile boardwalk through the mangroves. Alternatively, keep walking along the beach and join the Dubuji Boardwalk.

Anne T on 12 Dec, 2020

Nice final walk after a long drive from Cairns. I wish we had more time to go for a swim here.

Note: There are signs everywhere for stingers along the beach.

Alice on 26 Jan, 2015

My first full day in Australia and I come across this wonderful place where the rainforest meets the ocean and I wonder why, with all this beach, is nobody in the water? Naively, at that time, I had no appreciation of what lurks in the water around here, till I saw the sign 'crocodiles abound here'!

F.A.B. on 17 Sep, 2001


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