- Explore Australia's World Heritage-listed tropical rainforest at Kuranda’s Rainforestation Nature Park
- Cruise through the waterways and along dirt tracks in an amphibious all-terrain vehicle on the Army Duck Rainforest Tour
- Get up close to unique native animals at the Koala and Wildlife Park
- Learn about Aboriginal culture at the Pamagirri Aborignal Experience
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What You Can Expect
Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience (1 hour)
Get an insight into the world's longest-living culture, that of the Australian Aborigines. Hear the Dreamtime stories, watch a corroboree (traditional dance) performance and learn how to throw a boomerang or play the didgeridoo. The Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience takes approximately one hour, including the Pamagirri Aboriginal Dance Show held in the Rainforest Amphitheatre daily at 10:30am, noon and 2pm, and the Dreamtime Walk conducted either before or after the show. Dreamtime walks are available at 10am, 11am, 11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm and 2:30pm.
Army Duck (1 hour)
There’s no better way to see the rainforest than in an Army Duck. This all-terrain, amphibious World War II Army Duck will have you driving down dirt tracks and cruising the waterways. As you traverse part of the property on your unforgettable 45-minute rainforest tour, your knowledgeable Duck Captain / guide will point out and explain the native flora and fauna. Army Duck tours depart daily at 10am, 11am, noon, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm.
Koala and Wildlife Park (30 minutes)
Take a walk with the keepers along the boardwalks at the Koala and Wildlife Park for a close-up view of Australia's unique native animals. See crocodiles, wallabies and the shy cassowary foraging for food. For an additional cost (payable direct), you can have your picture taken holding a cuddly koala or even a small crocodile! The park is open every day from 9am to 4pm, with talks and demonstrations available throughout the day.
Cairns Wildlife Dome: Discover the sights and sounds of the rainforest right in the heart of Cairns at the Cairns Wildlife Dome. See native birds fly freely around you in the glass-enclosed rooftop dome, get eye to eye with Goliath the saltwater crocodile, and meet the reptiles, wallabies and koalas.
Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas: Get up close to Australian native flora and fauna at Wildlife Habitat located just outside of Port Douglas. There are three different environments to explore – the Wetlands, Rainforest and Grasslands, each with unique habitats.
Australian Butterfly Sanctuary: Located in the heart of Kuranda, the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary is the largest butterfly flight aviary in Australia. This unique all-weather attraction is home to over 1,500 magnificent tropical butterflies.
Please note: You do not need to visit all the attractions in the one day. Entry for subsequent attractions is valid for one month from the date of entry for the first attraction.