Peterson Creek – Yungaburra

Peterson Creek

Cairns Day ToursThe Peterson Creek Walking Track is located in Yungaburra and is a fine example of regeneration of the native forest in progress. The locals of Yungaburra have been bringing this lovely mountain stream back to its original state by removing ferrel weeds and replanting many thousands of natives for over 15 years, providing a wildlife corridor between areas of open space.

Its takes about 35 minutes to walk the 2.3km track that not only has some historical memorabilia but offers a real chance to see a tree kangaroo, platypus or Ulysses butterfly. You can gather from that comment that often it can take much longer. Perentie Tours now offer an option to do all or part of the track. Many of the trees have name plates and there is interpretative signage along the way

Cairns Day Tours

Cairns Day Tours

More information can be found at http://www.yungaburra.com/attractions/in-around-yungaburra/

To learn more, have a look at the Perentie Tours home page

 

About Gary Bondeson

Gary has been directly involved in tourism in Far North Queensland since the 1990’s. His passion for the area was inspired by the rich history and many points of interest concentrated in the region and felt a strong desire to share this with others. Gary is heavily involved with tourism development and even co-hosted an episode of the popular travel show 'The Great Outdoors’ with Tom Williams showing the limestone caves of Chillagoe located 200kms west of Cairns. After being away for 5 years, Gary has now returned to the area that he holds so dear to his heart to share his knowledge and experience with those who wish to have a Fair Dinkum Ozzy experience.

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