The suggested speed along here is 40 k per hour. The road does get narrow but there is so much to see for the next 10 km, from the rock formations, large heath plains, rainforest pockets and tall timber also line the route.
Entering Mulligan's Hut camping area will direct you towards another info board where you will need to pay your designated fees for your stay. At a reasonable $7 per car and $10 per adult- these fees are not too bad for what you get. There are plenty of areas where you can set up your camper, tents and for the more adventurous there are several walk in sites.
For those who need to explore further, it is possible to jump in the 4wd and check out Raspberry Lookout which is located back along the main road. The views from here are amazing as you are nearly 1200 metres above sea level. Looking south west you take in the gorge country where on a clear day you can see for at least 100 km. It is hard to imagine that below you there are several tin, gold and copper mines, where the old road ran that linked the coast to the tablelands and areas where European settles explore in the 1840’s. Raspberry lookout is a great spot to understand and to see just how volcanic activity some 240 million years ago created this area.
We all talk about what's more important, ‘The journey or the destination’, well with this getaway its all about the destination.