Bloomfield Falls Walk
This is an easy 30 min return path walk of less than 1 km.
This is a place of great significance for the Kuku Yalanji people who have lived here for thousands of years, and although you can see the falls unaccompanied, the 30 minute tours offered by the Walker Family, traditional custodians of the area, will open your eyes to the surroundings and give you a better understanding of this beautiful area.
Wujal Wujal, With the Walker Family
The Walker Family, a close-knit group of wonderfully warm and friendly people, are members of the Kuku Yalanji clan who have lived in this area for tens of thousands of years. Their traditional lands are part of the beautiful World Heritage rainforest area, and encompass the Bloomfield Falls, after which Wujal Wujal is named. The Walkers will take you on a bush walk with a difference, giving you the opportunity to listen and talk to the traditional custodians of the area, and receive a fascinating insight into the history and the many different uses of plant species for food, medicine and ceremonial purposes. This is an opportunity to see the rainforest through their eyes, and to learn about the cultural significance of this area.
Bloomfield Falls Tour
The Walkers share some of their knowledge about this special place which is of great cultural significance to the Yalanji people. 30 minute tours depart daily throughout the year. Departure times are flexible. The tour includes a short walk on uneven ground.
There is no access to the falls in the wet season.
Difficulty Level: Easy
Distance: 400 metre (return)
Duration: 15 minutes (return)
Access: Self Guided or Guided
Trail Management Contact: Wujal Wujal Shire Council