Wildlife and nature experience with Skyrail gives you access to all three attractions at the Kuranda Rainforestation Nature Park, time in the Kuranda Village and a trip aboard the Skyrail gondola.
Handfeed the free roaming kangaroos and wallabies in the landscaped gardens, observe the endangered pre-historic giant cassowary bird, see wombats and lace monitor lizards, and view local snakes and other reptiles and cuddly koalas.
Local indigenous Pamagirri Aboriginal guides welcome you to join them on a journey to discover the Dreamtime and learn about the fascinating customs and ancient traditions. Experience the tropical rainforest from a totally unique perspective aboard an amphibious World War II Army Duck and visit a tropical fruit orchard with over 60 different species of exotic tropical fruit trees.
Spend some time in Kuranda village before boarding the Skyrail at the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway Kuranda Terminal. This 7.5km Skyrail journey takes 30-40 minutes, so why not spend some time at the two stations enroute: Red Peak Station and Barron Falls Station.
At 8.50am you will travel to Kuranda Rainforestation Nature Park by coach via the scenic Kuranda Range to arrive at around 10.15am.
Your Kuranda tour includes:
At 1pm you will depart the Kuranda Rainforestation Nature Park for your transfer into Kuranda Village.
On arrival to Kuranda Village, wander through the shops and markets offering local handicrafts, souvenirs and gifts.
A must see is the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary with a 10% discount off your entry fee.
You will need to be at Skyrail Rainforest Cableway Kuranda Terminal by 3.45pm to present your itinerary to receive your ticket for the 4pm service.
This 7.5km Skyrail journey will see you gliding just metres above the rainforest canopy in comfortable six-person gondola cabins, the Skyrail journey immerses you in an intimate rainforest experience where you’ll see, hear, smell and become part of the tropical rainforest environment.
Your Coach will be at the Smithfield Skyrail Terminal to transfer you back to your accommodation.
All times are approximate and subject to change.
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Approximately 7:45am, to be advised at the time of booking
January - December
Excludes Christmas Day
Low, Medium, Disabled
Languages: the Army Duck tour and the Pamagirri Aboriginal experience have pamphlets available in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French, Spanish, German and Italian
Ramps and paved pathways available throughout the park
The Pamagirri Aboriginal Cultural centre is accessible with a designated viewing platform at the amphitheatre
Access to the Wildlife section is paved for viewing of all animals
The amphibious Army Ducks can be boarded from platform 2 with barriers removed, seats are higher for ease of transfer from wheelchair
Visual information available
Accessible toilet facilities located next to the restaurant
Wheelchairs cannot exceed 630mm in width and 950mm in length.
The cableway will be paused to assist with boarding for all mobility impaired guests.
Wheelchairs must have handles to assist loading
Wheelchairs must be capable of being tilted back during loading
Complimentary ranger-guided tour at Red Peak Station
Printed information provided at Tjapukai and also in the form of the Kuranda Boarding Pass, which provides a detailed tour itinerary
Wheelchair accessible restroom facilities at all 4 stations
Ramp access to boardwalks at the 2 scenic viewing stations
Access to CSIRO Interpretation Centre at Barron Falls Station
All cancellations must be in writing. Please note that all cancellations will incur an administration fee. Please see our terms and conditions for details prior to booking.
100% Cancellation fee applies to all tours cancelled within 24 hours prior to departure or no show
Prices are AUD, per adult and include all levies fees and taxes.
Tour Code: 184