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Our most recommended Far North Queensland Theme Parks & Amusement Parks

  • Kuranda Rainforestation Nature Park

    1. Kuranda Rainforestation Nature Park

    The award-winning Rainforestation Nature Park is a 100 acre (40-hectare) property located in the middle of Kuranda’s World Heritage Rainforest. Locally owned and operated park offers three unique experiences to visitors. Board an amphibious World War II Army Duck for a land and water adventure through the rainforest, as your Duck Captain identifies and explains fascinating plants including ferns, orchids, strangler figs, and the infamous stinging tree. As you move through the water, keep an eye out for turtles, fish, eels and water birds, or for birds, pythons and other reptiles on land. Rainforestation has 12 of the historic Army Ducks (officially spelled DUKW) which hold up to 30 passengers and have a combination of 6-wheel drive, a propeller, and rudder. After disembarking, visit the Tropical Fruit Orchard, containing over 40 species of exotic tropical fruit trees. This tranquil set...

    We were amazed from the hospitality of our guide Eva. She drove us through the lush rainforest on the board of WW2 Army Duck (amphibious 6wheels car) She explained us all the facts about the difference between the palm trees and the other trees in the rainforest. We didn’t quite have the possibility the see any animals out there, because it very hot and humid out there. But we do see different birds around the forest. We enjoyed then an hour break, tried tropical friuts we have never eaten before. Me personally really enjoyed the talk to the indigenous people. My man and i tried to throw a boomerang as the Pamagarri people do, we heard them play some music. At the after We took part in the show,we have been showed the footsteps of thr original aboriginal dance. I highly recommend this tour to anyone looking for some real Australia experience!

  • Hartley's Crocodile Adventures: Breakfast with Koalas

    2. Hartley's Crocodile Adventures: Breakfast with Koalas

    Start your day right with a cooked breakfast and get up close and personal with the koalas at Hartley's Crocodile Adventures, a wildlife sanctuary and ecotourism park located between Cairns and Port Douglas at Wangetti. Enjoy your breakfast relaxing on the deck overlooking the lagoon. Feast on scrambled eggs, bacon, hash browns, sausages, and toast washed down with fruit juice, tea, or coffee. As you eat, a wildlife keeper will introduce you to one of the park's koalas. Feel free to pet the koala and ask any questions you may have. After breakfast, spend the rest of the day exploring the park at your leisure. Learn more about the crocodiles and snakes with talks and shows, see native and exotic wildlife such as emus, lizards, kangaroos, and wallabies, and even get to see crocodiles being pole fed during a boat cruise on the lagoon.

    the staff were amazing, it made our day that much better. the boat ride was the best part

  • Cairns: 4 Attraction 7-Day Pass

    3. Cairns: 4 Attraction 7-Day Pass

    This 4 park package includes one-time admission to each of the following parks; Australian Butterfly Sanctuary, Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas, Rainforestation Nature Park and Cairns ZOOM & Wildlife Dome. Get up close and personal with a range of iconic Australian animals at Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas. Hand-feed wallabies and kangaroos, see the endangered cassowary and walk the world’s first Predator Plank over Estuarine Crocodile filled waters. Explore the Southern Hemisphere’s largest butterfly flight aviary at Australian Butterfly Sanctuary. See the vibrant Cairns Birdwing Butterfly and join a guided aviary and laboratory tour to learn about butterflies and their life cycles. Enjoy an action-packed smorgasbord of activities at Rainforestation Nature Park. Explore the rainforest on land and in water on an authentic World War 2 Army Duck. Learn about Indigenous culture on the Pamag...

  • Cairns: Cairns ZOOM and Wildlife Dome

    4. Cairns: Cairns ZOOM and Wildlife Dome

    Cairns ZOOM & Wildlife Dome, the world’s first Challenge Ropes Course in a wildlife exhibit, is an all-weather experience in the Cairns CBD. Experience adventure on the Mid-ZOOM or Hi-ZOOM courses, consisting of 65 elements including crossings, tunnels, a climbing wall, cargo nets, and three ziplines at various heights and lengths, including one directly over Goliath, a 4.5-meter saltwater crocodile, or try the new Pirate Climb and Commando Climb challenges. Get your heart racing with the PowerJump – a free-fall adventure with a 13 meter drop – or try the new Pirate Climb and Commando Climb challenges. Internal elevated walkways offer you a unique birds-eye view of the layout of the Dome, then step outside the glass walls (and your comfort zone) to try the external DomeClimb. Offering spectacular views of the city, the Coral Sea, and the surrounding landscapes, it’s an experience not ...

    Enjoyable 1-2 hours. Only downfall was that the helmet stunk, otherwise entertaining for children or the whole family.

  • From Cairns: Crocodile Adventure Day Trip

    5. From Cairns: Crocodile Adventure Day Trip

    Savor the thrill of watching crocodiles jumping out of the water for food, as you tour a crocodile farm and enjoy hours of free time to explore the park's different ecological zones at your leisure. Admire a wide variety of species within the park, from koalas and turtles, to snakes and lizards. Take a memorable opportunity to hand-feed kangaroos and wallabies yourself, and enjoy the excitement of a snake show. Take an exhilarating narrated boat tour through wetlands, and spot saltwater crocodiles lounging in the sun. Stroll along the Cassowary Walk, and observe these amazing flightless birds wandering around. Navigate your way across a series of elevated boardwalks around the only wildlife park in Australia located within a UNESCO World-Heritage-listed forest.

  • Kuranda, Cairns & Port Douglas 4-Park Package

    6. Kuranda, Cairns & Port Douglas 4-Park Package

    Once you visit the first park of your choice, you will be given your physical pass which can be used over a 6 month period at all of the following parks. The award-winning Rainforestation Nature Park is a 100 acre (40-hectare) property located in the middle of Kuranda’s World Heritage Rainforest. This locally owned and operated park offers three unique experiences to visitors. Board an amphibious World War II Army Duck for a land and water adventure through the rainforest, as your Duck Captain identifies and explains fascinating plants including ferns, orchids, strangler figs, and the infamous stinging tree. As you move through the water, keep an eye out for turtles, fish, eels and water birds, or for birds, pythons and other reptiles on land. Rainforestation has 12 of the historic Army Ducks (officially spelled DUKW) which hold up to 30 passengers and have a combination of 6-wheel driv...

  • Kuranda: Friends in the Rainforest Koala Gardens & Birdworld

    7. Kuranda: Friends in the Rainforest Koala Gardens & Birdworld

    Enjoy the opportunity to hold a koala, and discover two of the most unique wildlife attractions in Tropical North Queensland, the Kuranda Koala Gardens and Birdworld Kuranda. Visit the Kuranda area and see some of Australia’s most well-known native animals including quokkas, wallabies, lizards, possums, gliders, kangaroos, and many others. Snap your own momentous memories to share with your family and friends with hand feeding and photo opportunities. See brilliant Amazonian macaws, the endangered and stately cassowary, cheeky rainbow lorikeets, galahs, cockatoos, and many more exotic and beautiful birds. Explore the natural landscape brimming with waterfalls, ponds, exotic and native plants. Surround yourself in the rainforest habitat and be amazed at more than 350 birds of all shapes, sizes, and colors on display.

  • Kuranda: Birdworld Entry Ticket

    8. Kuranda: Birdworld Entry Ticket

    Get ready to experience a unique rainforest habitat and encounter almost 60 native and exotic species of birds. Be amazed at the more than 350 birds of all shapes, sizes and colors on display, including the Finch Aviary. Be surrounded by flying species from the vanishing rainforests of the world, including some of Australia’s most precious and beautiful birds. Encounter brilliant Amazonian macaws, the endangered and stately cassowary, cheeky rainbow lorikeets, galahs, cockatoos, and many more. Join the birds in their beautiful world. Enjoy activities including hand feeding, or just relax in this natural landscape of waterfalls, ponds, exotic and native plants.

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What people are saying about Far North Queensland

This was incredible experience & day! We thought we would be just eating breakfast with a koala in the background (like the picture) but you actually get 30mins of photos, patting and learning about the koala after eating. One important note: breakfast is starts at 8.30am only and the timing you select for the tour is for the lagoon boat tour to see the crocodiles (not timing of when breakfast is served). I would suggest doing the boat tour after breakfast 9.30am or later in the afternoon so you can fit all the other exciting events that the park has to offer.

This was such a fun activity and the staff were all amazing. Special mention to Jack, Jake and Mark who made our time there very enjoyable with their infectious happiness and energy. Would definitely recommend!

the staff were amazing, it made our day that much better. the boat ride was the best part

Must do activity in Cairns if the weather permits, kids will love it

4 great attractions and very easy to organise and redeem