Local Indigenous guide giving a tour

Things to do at Mossman Gorge

Discover The Heart of Australia

Mossman Gorge is a one-of-a-kind intersection between the natural and the legendary. Here, visitors can immerse themselves in the stories, traditions, and culture of the Kuku Yalanji people, who have inhabited the Daintree Rainforest for more than 50,000 years. Guided walks and tours in the rainforest introduce travellers to the plants, herbs, and flora that have traditionally been used as medicines and more. 

And with sparkling waterfalls, lush forests and towering mountain peaks, the views aren't bad, either. 

Unique Discoveries, Incredible Experiences

A visit to Mossman Gorge is a must-do for anyone travelling to the beautiful Far North Queensland region. The Mossman Gorge Cultural Centre is the gateway to the world's oldest rainforest, the Daintree Rainforest, as well as a unique link to the lives, cultures, and stories of Australia's Indigenous people and their connection to the natural environment.

Mossman Gorge Dreamtime Walk

Dreamtime Walks

Conducted by the local Indigenous people, Ngadiku Dreamtime Walks are guided journeys through Mossman Gorge and the perfect introduction the Daintree Rainforest.

Self-guided walks at Mossman Gorge

Self-Guided Walks

Soak up the wonders of the national park as you navigate walking trails, including the popular Gorge Circuit.

The sign outside Mossman Gorge

Plan Your Trip to Mossman Gorge

Make a quick trip to Mossman Gorge Cultural Centre for a breath of fresh air – or spend a full day of adventure with us. Learn more about amenities at Mossman Gorge Cultural Centre, such as our parking and shuttle bus services, café and restaurant, and more.

Indigenous guide guiding a couple through the woods

Health & Safety

If you intend to hike within the park beyond the rainforest circuit track, you must discuss your plan with park staff. Remember to tell a responsible person where you are going and when you expect to return.