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Sea Acres Rainforest boardwalk

Sea Acres National Park

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The Sea Acres Rainforest boardwalk is best experienced on a guided tour. An easy 1.3km walk through the rainforest canopy, you’ll see forest birds and animals.

Sea Acres National Park
1.3km loop
Time suggested
27min - 1hr 15min
Grade 1

$9 adult, $5 school age child, $20 per family (2 adults, 3 children), $7 pension/seniors card, companion card/carer free of charge. See more entry fees and tour information.

Opening times

Sea Acres Rainforest boardwalk is:

  • Open 9am-4.30pm (Monday to Sunday)
  • Closed on Christmas Day
Please note
  • The guided tour is included in the boardwalk entry price when guides are available
  • Brochures are available at the Rainforest Centre if you wish to explore the boardwalk alone

Many wonders of the rainforest reside above ground level, so getting up into the canopy is the best way to explore it properly. Rising seven metres through the forest understorey to the canopy above, Sea Acres Rainforest boardwalk provides the perfect platform from which to experience this busy habitat.

Setting out from Sea Acres Rainforest Centre, you’re likely to see rainforest birds, like the scarlet robin, feeding and nesting in tree branches. And keep an eye out for goannas and the slithering diamond python.

This rainforest was a rich resource for the Biripai people. They used the walking stick palm as a travel aid and made weapons from the python tree, which is the second hardest wood in the world.

Take a walk in the canopy along the boardwalk, enjoy the colourful sculptures, and learn about the threatened species living in the precious littoral rainforest at Sea Acres.

Take a virtual tour of Sea Acres Rainforest boardwalk captured with Google Street View Trekker.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


Access-friendly walking tracks

NSW national parks offers some amazing access-friendly walking tracks suitable for people with disability. Escape the city and explore some of the picturesque wheelchair-accessible tracks on offer.

People using a wheelchair accessible track in one of NSW's national parks. Photo: Paul Foley's Lightmoods