Mill Rainforest Walk , D'Arguilar National Park

Queensland
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Part of the Mt Mee section of the D'Arguilar National Park.
This subtropical rainforest track provides great opportunities for birdwatching. The track entrance is accessed by a short unsealed formed gravel road

Getting there

Once in the park , drive past the day use area ( aka The Gantry ) and follow rough unsealed road few km's down the road till you hit the sign stating 1km to the right for the Mill Rainforest walk . I parked the car there and walked that 1 km to ther track as I would not recommend with a convential car to hit down that road PLUS making for a good 3km hike !!!!

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Route/Trail notes

Narrow trail leading through a rainforest walk with a couple manmade bridges over a creek 

Permits/Costs

Free

Other References

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Comments

The walking tracks were beautiful but I recommend going 4WD around D'Aguilar National Park!

Courtney Eaton on 3 Feb, 2019

Really enjoyed this walk through the rainforest. Hadn't been much rain lately but there was still a little bit of water in the creek. We parked at the Gantry then walked along the road to Falls lookout and Bulls Falls then down the road to Mill Rainforest for a much longer walk. If you are going to do that just be warned that it's downhill all the way there so uphill all the way back.

Nikkinoo on 28 Dec, 2018

Easy little walk with meandering boardwalk and lots of wildlife.

courtlalala on 17 Jan, 2017

This walk was completed on a day of exploring the 4WD tracks. Nice walk to break up the drive.

Bobbe on Jan, 2016

We drove down the 1km to the car park and started the walk from there, so it was only a 1.1km circuit which took us about 45min. Although it's an easy walk there was a large fallen tree to get around and one of the creek crossings was a bit tricky after recent heavy rainfalls. Did this walk in the rain but you're mostly sheltered by the canopy. A couple of leeches.
Did really enjoy this walk - some boardwalks around large trees along the way. Also spotted various wildlife - pademelons, butterflies, birds, frogs.

rheia on 3 Apr, 2015

Did a few walks in the Mt Mee section including this Rainforest one. if you have a convential car I recommend leaving it parked on main road and walk down to the car park. It does make for a great 3.1km hike combined, much better that way :-)

J on 11 Oct, 2014

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