The start of the trail is located next to the terminus parking area. An inclined trailside sign (80cm by 60cm) provides details about the Honeycomb Gorge Trail. Honeycomb Gorge features an amphitheatre with a large cliff face. It is honeycombed with cavities that give the attraction its name.
Following rainy periods, there is also a seasonal waterfall and pool. A 600m (30 minute) return Class 3 trail commences at the parking area. It weaves its way through large boulders to the cliff face. It is a relatively easy hike but traverses rocky areas with some uneven footing. It is not suited to visitors with significant mobility restrictions.
Honeycomb Gorge access road ends in a terminus parking area. There are no designated parking bays, but there is sufficient space to accommodate about a dozen vehicles. The road/parking area consists of a sandy road base with some loose rocks and a slight cross slope. While this site is not wheelchair friendly, there is ample set down room to accommodate people with disabilities, including visitors with mobility restrictions.
An older style toilet is provided, however this is not wheelchair accessible.
Apart from an older style toilet, there are no other visitor facilities at this site. The toilet is located next to the parking area and access road, however these are not wheelchair accessible.