Fig Tree Walk

Conondale National Park

Short walk along a boardwalk, lots of fig trees and wildlife. From the picnic/ parking place you have to cross the bridge to reach the trail head.

Bird Watching
Wheelchair Accessibility
Dogs Permitted
Camping Permitted
Rainforest
Eucalypt Forest

Getting there

How do you get to the start of the walk? Car

Maps

Which maps cover the area? Tourist map

Route/Trail notes

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Permits/Costs

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Other References

How can I find more info? Any guide books?

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Comments

Short walk with some of the largest fig trees I have seen.

Debbie on 27 Feb, 2021

Good reason to stop and have a break.

Wanderlust on 4 Jan, 2021

Dog friendly

Luci Carter on 23 Aug, 2020

Nice easy walk. short and flat, a good place to stop for a pic nic

MELG on 11 Apr, 2020

Interesting, educational, fascinating tree root systems, lovely little peice of rain forest.

Ru on 24 Aug, 2019

We brought our son, who is in a wheelchair. One of the few places we’ve been that is accessible. Lots of things to see.

Adam on 2009

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