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Juwun and Jambal walks, Wet Tropics Great Walk

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Along the Juwun walk. Photo: Queensland Government.

Along the Juwun walk. Photo: Queensland Government.


The Juwun and Jambal walks pass through the traditional lands of the Warrgamaygan, Warungnu and Girramay Aboriginal people. They hope you will enjoy the walks and respect this sacred place.


These walks begin near Blencoe Falls which is 96km south-east of Mount Garnet in Girringun National Park

What's special

Spectacular gorges, towering cliffs, rugged countryside and dry rainforest-clad ridges; discover all this on the Juwun (Herbert River Gorge) and Jambal (snake) walks.

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Last updated
15 September 2016