Things to know

Admission fees

The Mamu Tropical Skywalk is managed and operated by lessees, tourism operators Mark and Judy Evans of Paronella Park. Admission fees apply:

  • Adult $23
  • Child $12 (4–14 years, children under four are free)
  • Family $64 (two adults, two children)
  • Family $70 (two adults, three children)
  • Concession $19
  • Pass Out Cards available – return in the next 12 months for 50% off admission!


  • Wheelchair and stroller friendly.
  • Braille for visually impaired.
  • Botanical Guides provided free of charge to explore the flora and fauna that can be found at the Skywalk.
  • Light refreshments available for purchase (tea/coffee/cookies/chips/ice creams etc).
  • Toilets are located near the entrance
  • Drinking water for refilling personal water bottles is available near the toilets and ticket office.
  • Retail items available for sale including biodegradable poncho-style plastic raincoats, postcards, dvds and selected books.
  • Please be aware that mobile phone reception is unreliable.

Essentials to bring

  • Sensible walking shoes, sunhats and sunscreen.
  • Refillable drinking water bottles—drinking water is available on site.
  • Cameras and binoculars.

Opening hours

  • The Skywalk is open from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm, with last entry at 4.30 pm.
  • The Skywalk is open every day of the year except Christmas Day.
  • In the interest of public safety the Skywalk will close during severe weather conditions. Please check park alerts or contact the Manager at Mamu Tropical Skywalk to confirm closures.
  • Children must be supervised by a responsible adult at all times to ensure their rainforest experience is safe and enjoyable.

School programs

Schools and other education groups are welcome. For prices and further information This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


Unfortunately, domestic animals are not permitted in Wooroonooran National Park, so please leave your pets safely at home.

Climate and weather

The best time to visit Tropical North Queensland is during the cooler part of the year—from April to October. Please note that high daytime temperatures and humidity are possible at any time of the year and nights can be very cool. August to September is generally the driest period, but heavy rain can fall at any time—this area averages more than 4 m of rain each year. Carry clothing suitable for all weather. Wet or dry, the Skywalk offers a delightful rainforest experience. Biodegradable plastic ponchos can be purchased on site for a small fee. In the interest of public safety the skywalk will close during severe weather conditions. Please check park alerts or contact Mamu Tropical Skywalk to confirm closures.

Fuel and supplies

Fuel and supplies are available from local towns including Millaa Millaa, Malanda, Innisfail and Cairns.