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Aboriginal Culture - Rainforest Coast
Yalada! Welcome to Yalanji country! The area around Rossville, Bloomfield, Ayton and Wujal Wujal is part of the Kuku Yalanji nation, which stretches south from the River Annan near Cooktown.
Located in What To Do / History & Culture
Bana Yirriji Art Centre Cafe
Offering light snacks, lunch and drinks
Located in Where To Eat / Rainforest Coast
Barra and Croc Cafe - Ayton Store
Located in the centre of Ayton, the Ayton Store and Café stocks groceries, fresh produce, fishing bait and tackle, camping accessories and ice.
Located in Where To Eat / Rainforest Coast
Bennetts Tree Kangaroo
Bennetts Tree Kangaroo (bennettianus Dendrolagus) is one of two species of tree kangaroo to be found in Australia. This reclusive kangaroo may be spotted in trees along the Shipton’s Flat Road and Mungumby Creek area.
Located in What To Do / Nature, Adventure & Discovery / Wildlife
Bloomfield Escape
Cabins and fishing charters
Located in Where To Stay / Rainforest Coast
Bloomfield Falls Walk
The walk to picturesque Wujal Wujal (or Bloomfield) Falls is a short stroll down a rocky path to a viewing point for the falls. The falls are especially spectacular after the wet season. Swimming is not advised due to the possibility of crocodiles in the Bloomfield River below the falls and Aboriginal cultural concerns
Located in What To Do / Bush walks
Image JPEG image Bloomfield River Crossing
Bloomfield river
Located in What To Do / Suggested self-drive itineraries
Cedar Bay National Park
Located 40km south of Cooktown, this remote and beautiful coastal national park features rugged tropical rainforest hinterland and sea-sculpted headlands, fringed with expansive sandy beaches.
Located in What To Do / Nature, Adventure & Discovery / National Parks
Cedar Bay North Walk
Cedar Bay is a very special area of the Wet Tropics. Inaccessible by road, its remote, white sand beaches and calm, blue waters are can only be seen by walkers and those arriving by sea. Supplied with fresh water streams flowing from the upland rainforest, this out-of-the-way paradise is a travellers dream retreat for a few days.
Located in What To Do / Bush walks
Image Pascal source code Cedar Bay Walking Trail Map
Map of Cedar Bay walking trail courtesy Footloose publications
Located in What To Do / Bush walks