Plan your stay with this list of great things to do here.
Are you ready for one of the most essential Cairns adrenaline experiences available? This Cairns bungy jumping thrill is one of the iconic rushes in Australia for adrenaline junkies, and offers 16 different jump styles as you plummet from the 50m high bungee tower towards the awaiting tropical ground below! Join your friendly and supportive hosts and ascend to the top of the tower - where you'll have spectacular views over the rainforest and out to the Great Barrier Reef as your heart begins to pump - then on the count of three, launch yourself from the top to the awaiting ground below as gravity takes effect and you feel more alive than ever before. Bungy jumping is a true bucket list item for anyone who enjoys a rush, and there are few better places to take the plunge than in Cairns. If you're looking for the ultimate rush that Tropical North Queensland has to offer outside of the water, then bungee jumping may just be for you - so swallow your fears and book a bungee adventure in at the original home of bungee jumping in Cairns online today!
Wildlife Habitat is an experience you cannot get anywhere else. Interact with and be amazed by wildlife you have never been this close to. Handfeed Kangaroos, cuddle a Koala, swim with salties, and explore amongst the birds. Love Australian wildlife like you never knew you could. Be the Croc Bait if you dare, swimming alongside these huge apex predators as they leap for food during daily Croc feeding shows, at the all-new Croc Arena. Stunning tropical birds soar around you in the reimagined Rainforest, while you spot the Southern Cassowary and amazing Lumholtz’s Tree Kangaroo. Discover illusive creatures of the dark in the Nocturnal Habitat and ask about our successful endangered species breeding programs. Explore five expansive natural habitats. Capture memories and snap a Feature Creature photo with a Koala, reptile or bird. Experience dining amongst free flying birds in Curlew Café and join our daily bird interactions. Want something truly unique? Try our premium tours “YOUR Wildlife Habitat” and “WildNIGHT Habitat” nocturnal tours for an unforgettable experience.
Set sail with Sailaway VII and cruise to the pristine and protected Mackay & Undine Coral Cays filled with incredible marine life and a maze of tropical coral reefs. You will swim and snorkel alongside a marine biologist on guided tours who will show you all the different marine life and coral gardens out on the water. Glass bottom boat rides are also included which are great for the non-swimmers in the group who can still experience the reef without having to get their toes wet. With 4.5 hours on the reef, there will be time to walk the pristine golden sands of the coral cays and swim in crystal clear waters at your leisure. As you cruise the waters of the Great Barrier Reef dine on fresh local produce for morning and afternoon tea and a tropical buffet lunch.
What better way to experience the beauty of North Queensland than on a Cape Tribulation Horse Riding Tour through the UNESCO rainforest and along the golden shores of Myall Beach. The Cape Tribulation is an ideal destination for a horse ride as one of the only places on earth where you can admire the world heritage listed rainforest and The Great Barrier Reef in one magnificent place. Throughout your Cape Tribulation beach horse ride, you will get to walk the horses through shallow waters with plenty of time to stop and take some photos. See the local flora and fauna as you slowly trot along the shores of the Great Barrier Reef. This 2-hour group beach horse ride is suitable for beginners and advanced riders with a variety of calm natured horses to suit every riding ability.
Explore the Daintree Rainforest canopy from a whole new perspective on a two hour zipline tour in Cape Tribulation. Adventurers will soar from treetop to treetop for a magnificent bird's eye view of the world heritage landmark from up to 15 metres above the ground. Begin with a safety briefing before kicking off the tour with three ziplines ranging from 15 metres to 30 metres long.