Discover Kuranda Rainforest and world’s largest butterfly aviary. Pat a koala, ride on a WW II Army Duck through the jungle, and enjoy a sumptuous BBQ lunch with a fascinating Aboriginal performance!Live Availability
Venture to Kuranda on the Scenic Railway, and be inspired by Australian wildlife interaction, indigenous cultural show, and riding on an authentic WW II Army Duck! Enjoy a BBQ lunch, handfeed a kangaroo, and journey home on the iconic Skyrail!Live Availability
A remarkable day of Australian discovery at beautiful Kuranda rainforest. Hand feed kangaroos at the Wildlife Park, be entertained by the Aboriginal dance performance, ride an Army Duck, and the Kuranda Train!Live Availability
A flexible, self-drive Kuranda tour option, you choose how early or late you start, how much time you’d like to spend in Kuranda. Skip the queue tickets, Kuranda attractions discount vouchers.Live Availability
An activity-filled day! Ride the Scenic Railway to Kuranda, meet kangaroos & koalas. Take a ride on a genuine WW II Army Duck, and learn to throw a boomerang at the indigenous cultural show! Return home on the breathtaking an iconic Skyrail!Live Availability
Explore the world’s oldest surviving culture at Tjapukai Cultural Park before venturing to the ‘Village in the Rainforest’ aboard two of Cairns’ most iconic experiences: the Skyrail and Kuranda Scenic Railway.Live Availability
You’ll travel to Kuranda aboard a Skyrail gondola; venture from land to lake aboard a World War II army duck at Rainforestation; hand-feed wildlife, and learn about indigenous culture. The historic Scenic Railway awaits for the return journey.Live Availability
Day tour from Port Douglas visiting Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park then Kuranda aboard two of Cairns’ iconic experiences: the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway and Scenic Railway.Live Availability
Some people say that Whitehaven Beach in the Whitsunday Islands on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is the most beautiful place they have ever seen...
Man, the things you do for your girl! In saying that I am fortunate enough to have a beautiful gal who grew up in the great Australian outdoors and that means she loves to get me out in the country and show me all the fun things to do...
How long does it take to get to the Great Barrier Reef from Cairns? It very well may seem like a simple and easy question to answer, however, there are so many variables that make the answer not quite as straight forward as you may have initially thought.
No matter whether you are a snorkeller or a certified scuba diver, there are number of amazing Great Barrier Reef experiences that are a once in a lifetime absolutely ‘must do’. And a Minke Whale snorkel and dive Expedition is one of those that should be on your list!
Thinking of becoming a Certified Scuba Diver and looking to do your learn to scuba dive PADI certificate? Do you wish to learn to dive with a high quality professional company that has an outstanding reputation for not only skill but also safety and can match this with some of the best liveaboard dive boat fleets on the Great Barrier Reef?
This tour is special in so many ways, and is unrivalled to all other reef tours in Far North Queensland. First of all, it has the shortest open water crossing to get to the Great Barrier Reef. Fantastic news for anyone prone to motion sickness. Although this tour is a ‘Reef’ tour, it includes a ‘River Cruise’ on the journey there with Island activities on arrival. And a huge PLUS to guests that like to avoid the crowds, it has one of the lowest passenger capacities of all the island tours with a maximum of 100 guests. The destination is to an uninhabited continental island called Normanby in National Park which is part of the archipelago of Frankland Islands. It is located 10km offshore from the mouth of the Russell and Mulgrave Rivers at Russell Heads, which is approximately 45km South-East of Cairns. The Normanby Island has an abundance of wildlife not only in the water, but also on the island itself. The island is pristine, and has its own rainforest and a fringing reef not far out from its sandy shores. There are also coral gardens located further out from the island for the those that want to explore the deeper waters.