Lindeman Island National Park is set like a green emerald in an indigo ocean. High up on the plateau of the island this walk is the stage for exhilarating views to other islands and the distant mainland.
The Aboriginal people, who visited these islands, knew Lindeman as 'Yara-Kimba', the place of snapper and bream. Historically, frequent burning maintained the grasslands on Lindeman Island, so the track to Mt Oldfield is expansive and easy going. The vegetation varies from open forest to rainforest, grasslands and wetlands.
Track: 7.2 kilometres return. Allow three and a half hours. Grade: moderate.Visit Website
Picnic Area, Public Toilet
Birdwatching, Bushwalking, Hiking/Trekking, Self-Guided, Wilderness Walking
Flora/Fauna, Island, Nature based, Rainforest, Wildlife