The Yuibera Trail is a walk into another world! The diversity among the various landscapes in Cape Hillsborough National Park is wildly amazing. Be sure to check out the Yuibera Trail if you visit the park in Queensland, Australia. Okay, let’s check out some photos.
Much like in Canada, a lot of National Park trails are accompanied by signs and I’m here for it! Flat out, I love learning new things, reading about the land – rainforest? Cool! And even seeing the little map of where we are is helpful.
These green wooden signs remind me of my childhood and visiting state campgrounds in Michigan – it’s that soft bubble lettering.
Time to share the hidden valley trail, but first this massive grasshopper. He’s so big!
Okay, check out this forest – rainforest at that.
More signs to learn about the people and the land.
The trees are massive – so tall! I took a panoramic photo of some of them, just like when we visited Tofino last year – those red cedars! These trees, however, were so tall and skinny by comparison. Just wild.
And the beach, such a difference in the landscape.
We hung out by the beach for a bit to cool down, enjoy the breeze and take in the calmness that is Australia. Hiking in Australia is one of the best things – yes, it’s hot a lot of the time, but more so, it’s energizing, calm, and the pace of life is enjoyable – a balance. Visit or move there if you get the chance!
Well, there you have it, another Australian hike to check off your list. It’s just over 1.5km and took us about an hour to hike, since we walked all the way from our cabin in the campground. It’s worth checking out, even if it’s a smaller hike – know that it’s mighty!
Thanks for stopping by – safe travels and see you again soon.