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Rainforestation Big Nature Package | RF Entry

Departing: Kuranda

Wildlife Park Entry Only - Self Drive
  • There are three restaurants and a juice bar at the park so you certainly won’t go hungry!
  • Don't miss Jack the Ripper, one of the largest crocodiles in captivity. Coming in at over 5 metres in length and weighing almost a tonne, you can view him from the safety of the Rainforestation Nature Park’s elevated boardwalks.
  • The WWII Army Duck experience is unique to Rainforestation and a fantastic way to see the rainforest up close!

Wander at your leisure or join a guided group with experienced Wildlife Keepers and join the local indigenous Pamagirri guides on a journey to discover the ancient traditions. Then join the Army Duck tour to explore the rainforest.

Kuranda Rainforestation Nature Park is a huge attraction for both international visitors and Australian families. It's a wildlife park where you can get up close to all the native Australian animals and enjoy the shows with the animal keepers and also learn about Aboriginal culture and even be taught how to throw a boomerang or a spear.

A series of elevated boardwalks provide close-up uninterrupted views of various Australian animals and reptiles of which you can view in your own time at your own pace.

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 that are kept alive in the rainforest of Kuranda.

Experience the tropical rainforest from a totally unique perspective aboard an amphibious World War II Army Duck. During this tour you will visit the tropical fruit orchard which features over 60 different species of exotic tropical fruit trees and you’ll learn about fruits of the region and the world.

Kuranda Rainforestation Big Nature Package

Kuranda Koala and Wildlife Park

The Kuranda Koala and Wildlife Park allows visitors to experience another facet of Australia.

Wander at your leisure or join a guided group with experienced Wildlife Keepers. A series of elevated boardwalks provide close-up uninterrupted views of various Australian animals and reptiles.

Handfeed the free roaming kangaroos and wallabies in the landscaped gardens, observe the endangered pre-historic cassowary bird, see wombats and lace monitors, and view local snakes and other reptiles.

The star attraction of the Wildlife Park is “Jack the Ripper”, a 5 metre saltwater crocodile weighing at 650kgs with a reputation of killing 12 of his girlfriends in times gone by. Jack is kept in his own enclosure with an elevated platform perfect for your safe and close-up viewing.

On the other side of Jack is the fresh water enclosure where a bask of juvenile crocodiles, turtles and lizards sun themselves and casually swim around.

30 minute guided native Australian wildlife tours operate at 9.30am, 11.30pm 12.30pm 1.30pm and 3pm.

All times are approximate and subject to change.

Kuranda Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience

Australia’s Indigenous Aboriginal culture is one of the oldest surviving cultures in the world and the Kuranda Rainforestation Nature Park recognises the importance of preserving and sharing this unique culture.

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 that are kept alive in the rainforest of Kuranda, in Tropical Far North Queensland.

The Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience takes approximately 1 hour which includes both the Pamagirri Aboriginal Dance Show held in the Rainforest Amphitheatre and the Dreamtime Walk conducted either before or after the show. 

Extended Dreamtime Walk activities are available at an extra cost for groups to learn even more about the fascinating history of Australia’s Indigenous culture.

30 minute Pamagirri Dreamtime Walks take place at 10am, 11am, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm and 2.30pm.

The Pamagirri Dance Show is on at 10.30am, 12.00 noon and 2pm for 30 minutes.

All times are approximate and subject to change.

Army Duck Kuranda Rainforest Tours

Experience the tropical rainforest from a totally unique perspective aboard an amphibious World War II Army Duck or DUKW (colloquially known as Duck).

Kuranda Rainforestation Nature Park has twelve of these historical vehicles which hold up to 30 passengers and uses a 6 wheel drive, propeller and rudder. During this 45 minute rainforest tour, your knowledgeable Duck Captain will identify and explain fascinating plants and wildlife as you pass by before splashing into the lake for a cruise with more wildlife to be seen.

During your tour, you’ll visit the tropical fruit orchard which features over 60 different species of exotic tropical fruit trees and you’ll learn about fruits of the region and the world.

Army Duck tours operate every hour from 10am to 3pm and take approximately 45 minutes.

All times are approximate and subject to change.

See more Kuranda tours and attractions.

Included In Price

  • Army Duck Rainforest Tour
  • Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience
  • Koala & Wildlife Park
Tour Languages Offered
  • English
Departs From

Kuranda

Departure Instructions

Rainforestation Nature Park is located on the Kennedy Highway, at the top of the Kuranda Range, only a 5 minute drive from Kuranda Village and a 30 minute drive from Cairns.

Destinations

Kuranda Rainforestation

Months of Operation

January - December

Days of Operation

Daily

Excluding Christmas Day

Duration

The Rainforestation Nature Park is open from 9am to 4pm daily, leave yourself at least 3 hours to visit the park

Available for Purchase / Hire

Photos with the Koalas and Baby Crocodiles are charged at extra cost

Fitness Level Required

Low, Medium

Additional Information

Languages: the Army Duck tour and the Pamagirri Aboriginal experience have pamphlets available in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French, Spanish, German and Italian

  • Camera
  • Money for souvenirs, photos and lunch
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Comfortable footwear
  • Insect repellent

Containes notes on wheelchair accessContaines notes for the visually impairedContaines notes for the hearing impaired
Wheelchair Accessibility

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

Boarding Access

The amphibious Army Ducks can be boarded from platform 2 with barriers removed, seats are higher for ease of transfer from wheelchair

Hearing Impaired Information

Visual information available

Facilities

Accessible toilet facilities located next to the restaurant

Pre-order Local Transport

You must arrange your own local transport in advance.

  • Family Fare: 2 Adults and 2 Children (children between 4 and 14 years)
  • Children age 3 and under travel free of charge

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

Wildlife and Kuranda Big Nature Package

Departing: Kuranda

Wildlife Park Entry Only - Self Drive

From

au$51.00

Prices are AUD, per adult and include all levies fees and taxes.

Child: au$25.50
Family: au$127.50

Tour Code: 183

From

au$51.00

15 yrs & over

4 - 14 yrs

0 - 3 yrs

Ages of Children
(Discounts May Apply)
Phone
1300 231 118
WhatsApp
+61 427 074 745
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Phone
1300 231 118
WhatsApp
+61 427 074 745
WeChat
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