Immerse yourself in the tranquil rainforest settings of the Babinda Boulders surrounded by the Wooroonooran World Heritage listed National Park shrouded in Aboriginal myth and history (learn the tragic legend of Oolana).
Experience an interpretive educational walk along stunning pathways that demonstrate the diversity, uniqueness and beauty of North Queensland's abundant tropical rainforests, equal to none.
This is where you have the choice to relax beside beautiful crystal clear waters & have afternoon tea/coffee & a swim in the cool waters that flow all year round one of North Queensland's best swimming spots.
View breathtaking lookouts where you can admire waterfalls, the giant boulders and sink holes.
There are many great photo opportunities as well as ample time for a swim in the cool crystal clear mountain spring waters, direct from the rain forests of Mount Bartle Frere, Queensland's highest mountain.
In the dry season the swimming hole is tranquil and the crystalline mountain waters entice you to take a dip.
In the wet season thrashing white foam weaves through the granite boulders that lie scattered along Babinda Creek, creating dangerous eddies and currents. With an annual rainfall of between 3.5m - 7m, the nearby Bellenden Ker Range sends water thundering down the gorge creating an absolutely stunning experience.
Enjoy these natural surrounds while photographing the wonders of the rich rainforest that covers the moutain ranges & tops.
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