Port Douglas
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Our most recommended Port Douglas Walking Tours

  • Port Douglas: Morning or Afternoon Low Isles Snorkel Tour

    1. Port Douglas: Morning or Afternoon Low Isles Snorkel Tour

    Join a snorkelling experience in the water around a beautiful, secluded island. Enjoy some time aboard a comfortable and spacious vessel as you travel to the Low Isles with only 23 guests. Relax with plenty of space onboard during the journey and enjoy a light refreshment as you spot the Low Isles in the distance. Spend a few hours snorkelling and exploring a picturesque coral bay. Snorkel in the calm lagoon or view the reef from the glass bottom boat. The crew will provide tours for guests to learn and appreciate the incredible Great Barrier Reef. Access to the reef is very easy, either from the back of the vessel or from the beach as the reef hugs close to the island. Explore the coral reef and its inhabitants without the crowds. Walk through the sandy paths and through the vegetation. See first hand the historical lighthouse, the lighthouse keeper's home and the Weather Station wher...

    A fun adventure. We loved it and will be back again for the outter reef experience. Crew were super helpful and accommodating!

  • Kuranda Scenic Railway and Palm Cove Tour

    2. Kuranda Scenic Railway and Palm Cove Tour

    Following pick-up from your accommodation anywhere in Port Douglas, commencing at 8:30 AM, journey in a small group of only 12 guests for guaranteed personal service and entertaining commentary. Travel down the Captain Cook Highway, known as the second most scenic highway in Australia, and learn the history of the region, along with local issues and stories about the wildlife.  Arrive at beautiful Freshwater Station and board the historic Kuranda scenic railway. Then, head through the rainforest and take in a breathtaking scenery of waterfalls and 15 dramatic tunnels carved through the rocks. Upon arrival in Kuranda, explore the 'Village in the Rainforest', famous for its colorful arts and crafts markets, open every day. Browse the wide variety of Aboriginal artifacts, such as handmade leather goods, wood and jewelry. Stop at a café for lunch and listen to the busker, or try some local ...

    Great way to see Kuranda. The guide was really informative and gave a great tip where to have lunch. Crocodile with green apple curry was great!

  • From Cairns: Rainforest & Nocturnal Wildlife Tour

    3. From Cairns: Rainforest & Nocturnal Wildlife Tour

    Departing from your Cairns or Northern Beaches accommodation, head south to view the agile wallabies that live within the city limits. Make a second stop at the Cathedral Fig Tree, an 8,000-year-old Strangler fig with a giant root system. Enjoy an afternoon tea at the world-renowned Lake Barrine before walking through the rainforest. Keep your eyes out for musky rat-kangaroo, Boyd's forest dragon, rainforest birds, butterflies and flying foxes. After a quick stop at Lake Eacham, visit a private access platypus viewing area in Yungaburra for a 90% chance of seeing the unique mammal. Enjoy a delicious dinner at a restaurant in the township of Yungburra. Then, your nighttime spotlighting adventure begins! Walk under the night stars and into the rainforest. Look out for Lumholtz's tree-kangaroo, northern leaf-tailed gecko, ringtail possums, gliders, frogs, owls and more. Return to Cairns at...

    Paul of wait-a-while tour is an excellent guide. We managed to see all animals during the daytime and in the dark.

  • From Cairns: Daintree National Park Day Trip and Night Tour

    4. From Cairns: Daintree National Park Day Trip and Night Tour

    Begin your foray into northern Australia's tropical rainforest climate with a pickup from your accommodation in Cairns in the mid afternoon. Drive along the Great Barrier Reef Drive, the region’s most scenic coastal highway, and observe the changes in habitat diversity as you venture north to Daintree National Park. Go for a guided cruise down the beautiful Daintree River and keep your eyes peeled for crocodiles and other native wildlife. Enjoy a quiet and fume-free experience on a solar-powered electric boat with zero environmental impact. Hop off at Cape Tribulation, a UNESCO World Heritage area with pristine beaches, rainforest, cool streams, towering mountains, and freshwater valleys. Spend an hour exploring this tropical paradise before heading to dinner at Whet Restaurant nestled in the dense jungle. Then finish with a not-to-be-missed night tour through the rainforest. Get the o...

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What people are saying about Port Douglas

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 262 reviews

Absolutely amazing 8 hours. Karunda was beautiful. Great little markets and food. Train ride was terrific and plenty to see. Bus driver Chris was awesome! Well worth it. Great value.

Really enjoyable day. Lots of different wildlife to see. Crocs were really cool and come of the birds were awesome. One even day on our shoulders at the Cafe.

Great way to see Kuranda. The guide was really informative and gave a great tip where to have lunch. Crocodile with green apple curry was great!

Paul of wait-a-while tour is an excellent guide. We managed to see all animals during the daytime and in the dark.

Our guides were very friendly, helpful and informative