“Really enjoyed tour guide George particularly dreamtime stories on bus. Also enjoyed seeing a cassowary in the wild and croc cruise.Allan S., Australia – See more reviews
What To Expect
Experience the best of Queensland's nature and wildlife. Travel to Cape Tribulation in the Daintree National Park, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Wet Tropics of Queensland."
Enjoy scenic coastal views along Captain Cook Highway to the first stop in Port Douglas. Visit the Wildlife Habitat where you can closely observe Australian flora and fauna protected within a natural environment setting.
Interact with the wildlife park's large population of macropods in the Grasslands at the Wildlife Habitat and get the chance to hand-feed the friendly kangaroos and wallabies. Other wildlife encounters include photo opportunities while snake handling or cuddling a koala (a unique experience as Queensland is currently the only state in Australia that permits this.)*
See rare species native to the rainforests of Tropical North Queensland like the Lumholtz's Tree-Kangaroo (one of only two species found in Australia and residing in high elevation of the Wet Tropics region) and the flightless Southern Cassowary (listed as nationally endangered "keystone species").
Included in the tour is lunch at a bistro in Cape Tribulation. In case you're in the mood for something cold and delicious later on, we'll be making a stop at one of the shops where you may purchase homemade ice-cream.
Stop for a guided walk in the ancient Daintree Rainforest and get informative insight about this beautiful world heritage site. Journey among the trees, walk the Dubuji Boardwalk and take photos of the diverse plants and animals around.
Soak up the atmosphere at Cape Tribulation Beach with its endless stretch of white sand and picturesque boardwalks. Enjoy magnificent views of the Daintree River and National Park, the Coral Sea, Snapper Island and Low Isles from the Walu Wugirriga (Mount Alexandra Lookout).
Enjoy a cruise along Daintree River and view the wildlife and the majestic trees and mangroves along the way. This protected marine habitat is rich with rare species and prolific birdlife - see birds, butterflies and reptiles in the wild! Spot crocodiles swimming or resting on the riverbanks during the cruise - the Daintree River is a natural habitat of crocs in Tropical North Queensland.
After the thrill of exploring the wilderness, you can enjoy opportunities for rest and relaxation before the day ends.
Return coach transfers from Cairns, Northern Beaches and Port Douglas accommodation
Wildlife Habitat visit (approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes)
Guided rainforest walk
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs*
*Optional activities within the Wildlife Habitat are subject to additional costs payable on site.
Please inquire for discounted children rates.
Children 7 years and younger are not permitted on this tour.
Children under 16 years of age are not permitted to travel unless accompanied by an adult.
It is recommended to bring minimum luggage as space in coach is limited.
Tour groups travel in air-conditioned jungle buses (seating up to 28 people) with tour guide.
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