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At Granite Gorge visitors have a fantastic opportunity to get close with the wild rock wallabies in their natural habitat. You can hand feed them macropod pellets which we have available. The Mareeba unadorned rock wallabies (Petrogale inornata...more
332 Paglietta Rd, Mareeba, Queensland 4880, Australia
All reviews rock wallabies wallaby food dinosaur footprints on the rocks huge boulders wallaby feeding great spot swimming hole day trip camp fire hand feeding great camping camping area entrance fee red trail per adult australian bush
We found this by pure chance.From the welcome by the owner to the pig running around it was all very quirky.
The wallabies were delightful and the walks over the granite & the scenery were fantastic.I told the owner I would write a review as...More
We did not stay overnight, just visited the park. Besides the ticket you can buy wallaby food for a dollar to feed the little buggers.
We took about two hours to wander all the trails in the park and to feed the wallabies. The wallabies...More
Great visit here to feed the wallabies in their own environment. Suggest you bring a swim suit too to cool off in the large swimming area after you hike through the granite rocks where you will see and feed the wallabies. There is a small...More
Park was very dry and dusty and facilities pretty dirty and small - most likely why few people were camping there when we visited.
Rock wallabies were adorable and came out to hand feed before and after lunch. Owner came down while we were there...More
Granite gorge is a lovely scenic location formed by large granite boulder formations containing easy and more strenuous walks. If your more of an outdoor nut like my self forming your own path through the boulders, climbing over peaks and crawling through crevasses is a...More
We came out from Trinity Beach accommodation to spend the day and are so glad we did. Feeding the wallabies was magical, and we did the longer walk out to Whale Rock. Found that quite challenging in parts, but finished it and really enjoyed it....More
What an amazing place. Voted by our family as the best campsite of our Australia trip (so far). Owners very welcoming and the area is teaming with wildlife. Highlight was watching and feeding the very friendly rock wallabies, but there was so much more...waymarked boulder...More
My father has lived in Mareeba for about 14 years and I had no idea Granite Gorge existed! We visited recently with my 2 children, 7 and 5 years. Entry fee $13/adult and $1/child. You will need to sign an indemnity when you arrive if...More