Davies Creek Falls, Mareeba

Welcome to Davies Creek, a natural haven encompassing Davies Creek National Park, Dinden National Park, Dinden West Forest Reserve and Bare Hill Conservation Park.


The Buluwai people have a long-standing and continuous connection with this land. They welcome you to their country and ask that you respect this special place. Meet Willie Brim, a Traditional Owner, Cultural Custodian, Bush Doctor and Songman of the Buluwai people of Kuranda on the Atherton Tablelands.


Davies Creek is not only a visual spectacle but also a sanctuary for diverse wildlife, including the endangered northern bettongs and the recently discovered southern brown bandicoots. Immerse yourself in the stunning landscape, explore marked walking trails and experience the magic of Davies Creek.

Walking Tracks

The Davies Creek circuit is a 1.1km (20 minutes) walk through woodland to lookouts where you can watch the spectacular Davies Creek Falls plunge 75 metres into the value below. Start from the Davies Creek Falls circuit car park. Tracks may have short steep hill sections, a rough surface and many steps.

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