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  • Waterfall, Wildlife and Rainforest Tour from Cairns

    1. Waterfall, Wildlife and Rainforest Tour from Cairns

    Your 11-hour excursion begins with a drive to the Wooroonooran National Park. Stop for a swim at Josephine Falls, which features a huge natural rock slide. Travel across the volcanic landscape of the Atherton Tablelands. Marvel at the 18-meter-high Millaa Millaa Falls, framed by lush rainforest and tree ferns. Enjoy lunch at the Malanda Pub, before visiting Mount Hypipamee. Walk through rainforest on easy pathways. See wildlife around Dinner Falls, including brush turkeys and Boyd’s forest dragon. Visit the giant curtain fig tree, and try your luck at platypus spotting in Yungaburra. Enjoy a last swim at Lake Eacham, before afternoon tea and the trip back to Cairns.

    We enjoyed our bus trip to beautiful waterfalls and sightseeing We also loved our tour guide Jim who made it more entertaining for us. Thank you .

  • From Cairns: AJ Hackett Giant Jungle Swing Experience

    2. From Cairns: AJ Hackett Giant Jungle Swing Experience

    Experience the high speeds and acceleration of Australia's only multi-person jungle swing on a giant jungle swing adventure from Cairns. Swoop through the rain forest from a height of 45 meters to 1 meter in just 3.5 seconds. Reach speeds of up to 120km/h. Local legend tells of a saber-toothed rain forest cat that once roamed the hills of Smithfield. The Aboriginals had a name for the creature, which means “Mountain Devil.” They called it the "Minjin." Over a century ago, a local man by the name Stan McGregor was forging a trail through the dense and untouched rain forest of Saddle Mountain. The unforgiving rains of the tropics belted down and the monsoon weather soon saw the bullock driver stranded. On the brink of death, an Aboriginal tribe found him struggling for life and nurtured him back to health. Fear glistened in the eyes of the tribe as they warned the bullock driver not to c...

    Amazing experience, thank you So pleased I bought this for my husband’s birthday we both needed an adrenaline rush in 2021.

  • Daintree Wilderness & Cape Tribulation Full-Day Tour

    3. Daintree Wilderness & Cape Tribulation Full-Day Tour

    On this full-day tour you will discover the beautiful Daintree Rainforest. The remote natural magnificence of Cape Tribulation and the Daintree Rainforest is far from the glitz of civilization and brings both awe and peace, a true solace to the soul. Daintree is nature's kingdom, a gem in Australia's crown of natural icons. Here you will find fan palms, Flying Paradise Kingfishers, tree frogs, butterflies of every hue and color, Rainbow Lorikeets, entwining strangler figs, and rampant climbing vines set by crystal streams flowing into a tropical sea. On this tour you will visit the Wildlife Habitat to experience the 5 wildlife environments – the savannah, rainforest, wetlands, nocturnal, and grasslands. Cross the Daintree River on board a cable-driven vehicular ferry. You will travel deep into the Daintree Rainforest to the Cape Tribulation Resort to enjoy a tropical lunch. At Cape Tr...

    Excellent day trip. Lisa was a fantastic knowledgeable guide .She is a real asset to the company, The trip was well organised and timing for each activity was very good. We would thoroughly recommend this tour.

  • N. Queensland: Best of the Kuranda Rainforest Full-Day Tour

    4. N. Queensland: Best of the Kuranda Rainforest Full-Day Tour

    Start your immersion into the culture and nature of the Kuranda Rainforest with a ride aboard the Kuranda Scenic Railway. Wind through the mountains and rainforest to the village of Kuranda, known for its heritage markets and colorful crafts, and enjoy free time in Kuranda Village.  Upon arrival, experience Australia's largest butterfly aviary at the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary with 1,500 tropical butterflies, including the vibrant green Cairns Birdwing. Next, travel by shuttle to the Rainforestation Nature Park for a barbecue buffet lunch.  After lunch, explore the rainforest by 6WD amphibious vehicle as you climb aboard a World War II Army Duck that can driver over land and in water. Search for wildlife as you learn about the plants and trees of the surrounding rainforest. Then, sample some exotic fruits and locally-made ice cream at the Tropical Treats fruit orchard.  Learn abou...

    An amazing experience, go for the full day tour, lots of things included. Great place for kids, easy with infant as well.

  • Go Wild in Queensland Full-Day Tour to Cape Tribulation

    5. Go Wild in Queensland Full-Day Tour to Cape Tribulation

    Benefit from pick-up at your accommodation (Cairns, Northern Beaches or Port Douglas) and journey by comfortable coach along the Great Barrier Reef Drive to experience the scenic coastal road that links Cairns to Cape Tribulation. Stop along the way at Port Douglas to visit a wildlife habitat where you will learn about native Australian wildlife. Get up close with some of the most iconic species, such as crocodiles, koala bears and the endangered southern cassowary. Feed the lovable kangaroos and wallabies by hand. Then, continue to Cape Tribulation for a tropical lunch, followed by some free time on Cape Tribulation's famous beach. Experience the only place in the world where 2 UNESCO World Heritage Sites come together, when the oldest living rainforest meets the Great Barrier Reef. Take a guided walk through the ancient rainforest of Daintree, and then stop at the Alexandra Lookout ...

    This was excellent tour. Our tour guide Jeoff from Tropic Wings pick up us around 7:10am. He was very good driver and knowledge guide and took good care of us. The lunch was in the Cape Tribulation Beach restaurant with individuals ordered good meal. We did the Dubuji boardwalk and very lucky to see a Cassowary and his chick walking by us. And we saw one crocodile and one baby crocodile along the Daintree River. Although The tour took a long day, but it was a wonderful tour.

  • From Cairns: Daintree National Park Private Tour

    6. From Cairns: Daintree National Park Private Tour

    Start with pickup from your accomodation in Carins at 7:30 AM. Begin a journey heading North along the Great Barrier Reef Drive with beautiful coastal views of the Coral Sea. Upon arrival at the park embark on a Daintree River wildlife cruise. This 2-hour cruise is full of opportunities to observe and photograph some of the most primitive forms of animal and plant life in the world. After the cruise, enjoy lunch at the Daintree Tea House. Lunch has an exotic theme with the outside dining area secluded in the rainforest with beautiful views of tropical rainforest and continuous sounds of birds and nature.  After lunch travel to Mossman Gorge. Go on an ancient journey to witness the evolutionary complexities of the rainforest. The gorge has multiple trails for you to explore with your guide. Enjoy up to 4.5 kilometers of quiet walking tracks within the World Heritage Area, and take some ...

  • From Cairns: Full-Day Birdwatching Excursion

    7. From Cairns: Full-Day Birdwatching Excursion

    This excursion offers visitors to North Queensland the opportunity to explore a private wetland reserve known for its highly-prized birdwatching experience. Encounter diverse habitats, stumble upon endemic wildlife and have a chance to spot up to 220 different species.  Begin your day with an early morning pickup and start exploring the wetland by 7:30 AM. Enjoy the morning tranquility as you walk around the lagoon in search of bush birds, ducks, geese, and many more species.  In the afternoon, stop for a picnic lunch and travel to the nearby Atherton Tableland to visit what is known as the oldest continually growing tropical rainforest in the world. Be stunned by the Tableland's beautiful landscape and continue your birdwatching excursion. 

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What people are saying about Cairns

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 122 reviews

Absolutely awesome tour with excellent guide ! Minor point no morning tea and afternoon tea as advertised. You get cold easily bcs water is very cold in the waterfalls so some hot beverages snd buy suits would be recommended

Tour guide Jordan was excellent, 7 different locations throughout the day and time well spent at each. The only negative I would say was lunch didn't cater for any dietary concerns. Otherwise it was great.

We enjoyed our bus trip to beautiful waterfalls and sightseeing We also loved our tour guide Jim who made it more entertaining for us. Thank you .

Amazing experience, thank you So pleased I bought this for my husband’s birthday we both needed an adrenaline rush in 2021.

The waterfalls, the mountains, and the natives animals observed were beautiful