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The Maiala Rainforest walk is a 2km loop trail in D’Aguilar National Park.

Perfect for beginners, it winds through a subtropical rainforest teeming with strangler figs, ferns, and towering Sydney blue gum trees.

Keep your eyes peeled for rose-crowned fruit-doves and Macleay’s swallowtail butterflies!

**Maiala Rainforest Tour option with Brisbane Nature Tours**

The tour will show you the flora and fauna of a subtropical rainforest with its majestic trees and beautiful canopy.

The track is around 5km long and it will take us about 3 hours, giving you plenty of time to learn about the area or to take photos of your favourite spots. And still, have time to visit some creative locations along Tawny Trails or the next day

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Maiala Canopy

The Experience

Look at the world through the eyes of an artist:

Immerse yourself in a verdant wonderland on the Maiala Rainforest walk. The dappled sunlight filters through the dense canopy of towering trees, casting an emerald glow on the lush undergrowth. Strangling figs weave their sinuous forms around ancient trunks, while ferns and palms unfurl their delicate fronds.

Take a deep breath and fill your lungs with the crisp, clean air, scented with the earthy fragrance of the rainforest floor. Listen to the symphony of nature – the melodic calls of unseen birds, the soft rustle of leaves in the breeze, and the gurgle of a hidden stream.

As you meander along the path, keep your eyes peeled for the park’s fascinating inhabitants. A flash of color might reveal a rose-crowned fruit-dove flitting through the canopy, or a Macleay’s swallowtail butterfly, with its electric blue wings, might alight on a sunlit leaf.

Educational plaques scattered throughout the walk will unveil the secrets of this vibrant ecosystem. Learn about the ingenious adaptations of the plants and creatures that call the rainforest home.

The Maiala Rainforest walk is a sensory experience that will leave you feeling rejuvenated and connected to the natural world.

A short walk for a moment of peace in a busy day on the Tawny Trails. How an artist sees nature?

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31 Mount Glorious Rd, Mount Glorious QLD


24 Hours

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