Musgravea Track

Far North Queensland
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This track is a multi-use track for walkers and mountain-bike riders. It is the only track in Djiru National Park where bicycles are permitted.

This mainly flat track is suitable for dry weather access and requires a medium level of fitness. It follows an old forestry road used in the 1960s and 1970s to haul timber from South Mission Beach to the El Arish timber mill. The track heads north from the car park at the Licuala day-use area and exits on to the El Arish–Mission Beach road about 2 km east of the Lacey Creek day-use area. For safety reasons, the old vehicle bridges have been removed and detours to the two creek crossings have been marked for walkers and cyclists. Bicycles will have to be carried down several steps, through the creek and up several steps at each creek crossing. Creeks in this area are subject to flash flooding and caution should be exercised.

Bird Watching
No Dogs Permitted
Cycling Permitted
No Camping Permitted
Rainforest
5m
Maximum Elevation
5m
Total Climb

Getting there

Park at the Licuala day-use area

Maps

https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0027/159156/mission-beach-area-map.pdf

Route/Trail notes

It's a straight line! When you get to the exit on to the El Arish–Mission Beach road it's time to walk back. 

Permits/Costs

None

Other References

https://missionbeachtourism.com/pdfs/Mission-Beach-Map.pdf

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