Experience Australia’s natural beauty up-close on a thrilling half-day 4WD adventure from Cairns. Venture off-road in the Barron Gorge National Park and Kuranda National Park, and witness the startling contrasts of tropical rainforest, savannah, and rugged mountains, as you drive along the Great Dividing Range. Stop along the way to snap photos of Lake Morris, Copperlode Dam and Surprise Falls; enjoy views of the Great Barrier Reef from Lamb Range; and stand before the mighty Barron Falls. This small-group tour is limited to 13 people for a personalized experience.
Discover Queensland's natural landmarks on a half-day tour
Visit Barron Gorge and Kuranda national parks
Admire the stunning scenery of Australia's countryside
Enjoy a personalized experience with a maximum of 13 travelers
This was a nice tour, extremely informative, and our tour guide was very nice. However, it is in and out of a van the entire time and I was hoping it was more of an ATV type tour. However, we did enjoy it nonetheless.
It was a really nice tour of the Rainforest, we spotted snakes and beautiful scenery, as long as huge trees and prehistorical plants. Our guide was giving us a throughout description of everything we saw around us. Highly recommended
Had a really cool tour. The tour guide Stevan was friendly and could tell me a lot about the rainforest. Everytime i liked to take picture
i could tell him and he stopped the car. He showed me really nice places in the national park and i enjoyed my tour. The Tour was worth it, because it was not that crowded like other tours and the car was new with a good air conditioner also not like in other tours. It was so impressive to see this old trees and got to know the history about the rainforest. My Tour started at 1 pm with a pick up from the hotel, we had a ride with the car and some nice walk stops in the forest, while eating some cookies. Soooo actually that's it, i liked this tour :
Interesting day out had a very informative guide who gave us a lot of information regarding all the trees, and was good to be off the beaten path and get in the heart of the rain forest. Would have liked to have gone to butterfly sanctuary which was closed by the time we arrived in the afternoon but still beautiful scenery