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Reforestation Nature Park & Kurunda, The Village in the Rainforest

Reforestation Nature Park & Kurunda, The Village in the Rainforest
Reforestation Nature Park & Kurunda, The Village in the Rainforest
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Take the breathtaking Skyrail Rainforest Cableway & Scenic Railway over this World Heritage Rainforest, then visit the Rainforestation Nature Park

9.5 hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation

Highlights

Tropical North Queensland rainforest is to experience nature at its finest! The rainforest village of Kuranda, Pamagirri Aboriginal Dreamtime Walk, Pamagirri Aboriginal Dance Show, Amphibious Army Duck Rainforest Tours, and native Australian animals in the Koala & Wildlife Park complete a special day.

Includes

  • Army Duck Rainforest Tour & Tropical Fruit Orchard
  • Pamagirri Aboriginal Dance Show
  • Pamagirri Aboriginal Dreamtime Walk
  • Koala and Wildlife Park

  • Due to the maintenance programmes of Skyrail Rainforest Cableway and Kuranda Scenic Railway, the following dates are closed out. Alternative itineraries will be offered - please contact reservation staff for assistance at [email protected]
  • Skyrail Rainforest Cableway: 24, 25 & 26 MARCH 2017. 8 MAY - 4 JUNE 2017 INCLUSIVE.
  • Kuranda Scenic Rail: 20 & 21 APRIL 2017. 8, 9, 15 & 16 JUNE 2017. 12 & 13 OCTOBER 2017. 13, 14, 20 & 21 NOVEMBER 2017. 4 & 5 DECEMBER 2017.

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Itinerary

  • Explore Kuranda - the village in the rainforest
  • Browse in 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
  • Witness the Pamagirri Aboriginal dancers perform in the rainforest amphitheatre
  • Experience the Dreamtime Walk and learn of aboriginal culture, spear throwing demonstrations and try your hand at Boomerang throwing!
  • See native wildlife close-up - kangaroos, dingoes, koalas, crocodiles and much more. Even hand-feed the kangaroos.
  • Perhaps have your photo taken with a cuddling a koala or crocodile (own expense).
  • Rainforestation Nature Park offers the World-Famous BBQ Buffet Lunch in their very own restaurant (own expense).


Optional Add On Activities:
  • Australian Butterfly Sanctuary - the largest butterfly flight aviary and exhibit in Australia, home to over 2,000 magnificent tropical butterflies including the blue Ulysses and majestic green Cairns Birdwing. The sanctuary is an all-weather experience in the heart of beautiful Kuranda and offers guided tours through the aviary and breeding laboratory.
  • Skyrail Rainforest Cableway - Ride over pristine rainforest just metres 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.
  • Scenic Railway - Board the Kuranda Scenic Railway for a spectacular journey with stunning views, pass massive Barron Falls, Stoney Creek and cross steep ravines.
  • Bush Tucka Walk & Aboriginal Canvas Workshop - Pamagirri Guide leads you through the rainforest on an evened track in a small group, introducing plants, fruits and berries, and explaining how they were traditionally used as food and remedies. The walk passes by aboriginal huts (gunyas) with explanation as to how these were constructed and used as shelter. You'll also join an aboriginal art workshop with a Pamagirri artist, where you'll learn about painting techniques, storytelling and traditions.

(Only one optional activity can be added)

TOUR DEPARTS FROM CAIRNS ONLY.

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