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Lake Eacham Self Guided Walk

Lake Eacham Self Guided Walk:

  • The Lake Eacham self-guided walk is approximately 700m long and will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. 
  • The walk extends from the National Parks Headquarters to the lake’s edge with 16 points of interest along the way.
  • It is an easy and informative walk which will give you an insight into the local animals and plants of the rainforest.

How to get There:

  • The Lake Eacham self-guided walk originates close to the Crater Lakes National Parks Headquaters.
  • Therefore, getting there is very easy from The Chambers
  • You can go for a short walk down the drive from the Apartments and turn right to take you to the headquarters and then a left to go down the short roadway.
  • The path begins about 50m away from the main roadway and is found on the right hand side of the road.
  • Prior to your commencement of the walk, there are some self-guiding pamphlets found in a little box on the right. Take one of these. It will relate the things that you see on the walks and interpret them for you.

Chambers Wildlife Rainforest Lodges
P.O. Box 115, Yungaburra, Tropical North Queensland, Australia 4884
PH & Fax: 07 4095 3754 International: 61 7 4095 3754

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