Visit the amazing Rainforestation Nature Park, take a journey on a World War II Army Duck and attend a performance by local Pamagirri Aboriginal dancers.
A brief drive will take you to Rainforestation Nature Park, located on 100 acres of World Heritage rainforest. You’ll board your amphibious Army Duck, for a ride along the water’s edge, where you may see turtles, fish, eels and other wildlife.
Enjoy a performance by local Pamagirri Aboriginal dancers who depict animals, food-gathering and hunting via their music and dance. You'll proceed Kuranda, a village nestled in the heart of the rainforest. Established as a railway station in the mid-1800s, today this colorful town offers markets, cafés, and restaurants. After a brief overview, you'll have some free time to further explore on your own. Enjoy scenic views on your return drive and a brief panoramic tour of Cairns.
Need to Know:
Note: Tour involves a moderate amount of walking, there are some steps to negotiate and guests must step-up to board the Army Duck. Comfortable walking shoes, a hat, sunglasses, sun screen and insect repellant are recommended. Tour operates with a driver/guide.