Buujan Quiinbiira walk, Girringun National Park (Wallaman Falls section). The Buujan Quiinbiira (Boo-jun quin bee-rr-ar) walk starts at Wallaman Falls and winds its way through open forests and past palm-filled gullies before crossing the Herbert River to reach the Yamanie pick-up point.
Walkers must be self-sufficient and have the right equipment and bushwalking gear. Always tell someone your walking plans and when you expect to return. Mobile phone coverage is limited.
Distance: 37.5 kilometres one way.
Time: Allow two days.
Day 1-Wallaman Falls to Pack Trail camp site (23.3 kilometres)
From Wallaman Falls, follow an old forestry track through a range of landscapes including she-oak dominated country, open forest and rainforest. Or, from the Wet Tropics Great Walk information shelter, wander down the road and across the Stony Creek bridge to the start of the walk.
Day 2-Pack Trail camp site to Yamanie pick-up point (14.2 kilometres)
Re-live the past by walking part of the Dalrymple Track forged in the 1860s by George Dalrymple and his team. The track provided an essential route for bullock teams hauling basic supplies from the Port of Cardwell to the frontier homesteads. Be prepared for a steep decent on unstable surfaces.Visit Website
BBQ Facilities, Car park, Picnic Area, Public Toilet, Viewing Platform, Walking Tracks
Animal Viewing, Birdwatching, Bushwalking, Hiking/Trekking, Self-Guided, Wilderness Walking
Flora/Fauna, Nature based, Rainforest, Wildlife