This area of unsurpassed beauty contains the 2 highest mountains in Queensland, numerous rivers, waterfalls, swimming holes. Regular daily departures in English, French, German, Japanese, Italian and Spanish.
|Start||Cairns @ 08.00 am|
|Finish||Cairns @ 06.00 pm|
Wooroonooran National Park is a World Heritage Area where ancient plants exist, unchanged for millions of years. This undisturbed region of Tropical North Queensland remains relatively undiscovered by Cairns tour companies because of its rugged rainforest and remote location. Hikers meet untamed wilderness face to face, and learn about the history and ecology of the rainforest under the safe supervision of the experienced naturalist guides. You will be lead on interesting walks through untouched wilderness free of human development. Tours are suitable for all ages.
** Rainforestation Wildlife Park Experience: NEW 2014
Come and learn about Australian animals. See massive crocodiles basking in the sun. Hand feed wallabies, and take
close up photos of these amazing creatures. Watch the koalas sleeping in the gumtrees, sometimes even with their
babies!! Wander through the snake house and listen to the guide tell you incredible snake facts! Enjoy the natural
rainforest setting nestled in a World Heritage backdrop
** Curtain Fig Tree: NEW 2014
The unique and stunning massively formed strangler fig, is simply not to be missed. Over hundreds of years, it has
effectively "strangled" 4 trees to create a high rise building sized eco system, that is home to many animals and other
plants. It lives within a specific type of cooler climate rainforest that is also the home of the rare and endangered Tree
** Gallo's Dairy Lunch & Cheese Tasting : NEW 14
Sitting on the , enjoy the delicious lunch, an
Australian style buffet with a great variety of salads, ham, chicken, pasta, quiche , bread, fruit salad and cake !
** Tarzali lakes Platypus viewing NEW 14
Enjoy this privately owned paradise. Giant lily filled billabongs are the home of many active platypus. Get close up
views of these aussie icons playing in the water.
** Mamu Canopy Rainforest Walkway:
Experience one of Australia/s grandest man-made structures in a natural environment. With its combination of a
canopy walk high in the tree tops, an observation tower and viewing decks. Take in the exhilarating vistas of the
Johnstone River gorge and amazing surrounding World Heritage landscapes
** Josephine Falls:
Josephine Falls is a secluded freshwater swimming hole, located at the foot of Queensland's tallest mountain, Mt.
Bartle Frere (1622m). A series of waterfalls flow into large pools surrounded by boulders. Rainforest trees hang over
the water, keeping it cool and refreshing. We take a short walk to a series of dramatic cascading waterfalls. Take the
plunge in the exciting natural rockslide (life vests are provided for children).