The rainforests and grasslands of Tropical North Queensland are incredibly diverse ecosystems, home to 3000 different plant species, 400-plus birds, and 100-plus mammals, many of which are found nowhere else on earth.
Board the Kuranda Scenic Railway for a spectacular journey with stunning views, pass massive Barron Falls, Stoney Creek, and cross steep ravines
Free time to explore Kuranda – the village in the rainforest
Browse the markets, shops, and art galleries
Visit Rainforestation Nature Park set in a lush tropical environment
Tour the world heritage rainforest in a 6-wheel drive amphibious World War 2 Army Duck
Learn of rainforest ecology on land and water, meet many of the unique inhabitants – butterflies, water dragons, pythons, turtles and eels
Tropical Fruit Orchard
Witness the Pamagirri Aboriginal dancers perform in the rainforest amphitheater
Experience a Dreamtime Walk and learn of Aboriginal culture, spear-throwing demonstrations, and try your hand at boomerang throwing!
See native wildlife close-up – kangaroos, wombats, koalas and crocodiles
Perhaps have your photo taken with a cuddly koala (own expense)
Ride the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway over pristine rainforest just meters above the forest canopy
Short walks at Barron Falls and Red Peak offer stunning views and time to explore the forest floor
Sensational panoramic views of the Coral Sea, Cairns City, lush tableland region, and mountain ranges.
Return coach transfers from Cairns accommodation
Stay: 4 Stars Hotel