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All reviews national park short drive windy road great walking tracks lovely drive great view of the city walk up google maps lovely picnic area degrees cooler well worth the effort coffee shop great spot lookout cafe bush skywalk
On a lovely sunny Sunday in October my wife and I decided to head up Mt Archer for a picnic lunch. Mt Archer has been having a makeover recently and the improvements to the road up the hill and the new skywalk make it a...More
Go on a drive up the narrow bitumen road to the lookout and you will not be dissapointed as this view is excellent and there are plenty of walking tracks to entertain you and well and information boards
We drove to the top of Mt Archer (sounds lotsa people did also) tho I do think the hike (or cycle) up would be invigorating and it was well worth the trip. Altho there were lotsa clouds, the glimpses we got from the new skywalk...More
I went up with my dog for a wander and to check out the new walkway locals were talking about. It did seem well built and the idea is great and the views are very good. Sadly, there is a lot of work to do...More
Went to three different lookouts with varying degrees of satisfaction. Grass Tree lookout is surrounded by trees, so all you see are the trees and very little else. Sleiper lookout is a journey of 1.2km over mostly very rough surface, so good footwear is essential....More
Driving to the top of mountains is always the goal of the lazy hiker. Here, resplendent with abandoned cars is the park that is Mt Archer. Still, for two kiwis, it had lovely views of the surrounding countryside here in the tropical north.
Hi Mandy. I just checked my in box and found your Question. I hope it's not too late. From what I observed there were no signs barring dogs. There are areas where they would be comfortable with including some good walking... More
Hi Mandy. I just checked my in box and found your Question. I hope it's not too late. From what I observed there were no signs barring dogs. There are areas where they would be comfortable with including some good walking paths. Hope this helps. Don