Easy loop trail through Mossman Gorge, which is part of Daintree National Park. Occasional signs along the trail identify trees and suggest wildlife to look out for. We saw several colourful Australian brushturkeys and watched a little pied cormorant fishing in the river.

A very popular tourist area and walk - one can walk from the visitor centre past the aboriginal village to save $ on a small bus fee but it is encouraged to take the bus. The walk itself is lovely including a section of raised platform with info signs. The small out and back option to the NW of the circuit is definitely worth it - a beautiful little pool perfect for a dip awaits and was my highlight of the circuit.

This hike was the perfect shady place to take a break from the heat and go for a swim in the river! The rainforest and trees were absolutely beautiful. Easy, short hike.