By Destination Daintree
Walk one of the longest beaches in the Daintree. Behind the sand dunes at the northern end is a Melaleuca forest and beyond this you will find the mangroves and wetlands of the Daintree River system. At the southern end of the beach there are free BBQs.
This is a reliable Beach Stone-Curlew viewing location and is a good place to find Double-eyed Fig-Parrots in open vegetation.
There are several access roads from the Captain Cook Highway. From south to north:
- Marlin Drive
- Wonga Beach Drive (at the Service Station)
- Vixies Road (at Hook-a-barra)
Up to 9 kilometres
As long as you like