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Barron River Rafting - Foaming
Barron River Rafting 2 hours of rafting Grade 3 rapids in the Barron Gorge National Park. All tuition provided.


- Port Douglas hotel transfers
- Pick-up 1:15 pm
- Return 6:30 pm
FROM $158 Per Person
- Includes National Park Fees
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Daintree & Cassowary Falls
Daintree Discovery Tours Be a part of a small group involving adventure with no crowds. Daintree river cruise followed by a "safari" out to the beautiful Cassowary falls.


- Cassowary Falls for a swim
- Daintree Croc Cruise
- Devonshire Morning Tea
FROM $95 Per Person
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Ultimate 3 Day Reef Pass
Ultimate 3 Day Reef Pass Your ticket to the best and widest range of Great Barrier Reef cruises from Australia's most awarded reef cruise company, the Quicksilver Group.


-Select 3 Cruises
-Outer Reef
-Luxury Sailing
-Spectacular Snorkelling
-Tropical Islands
FROM $507 Per Adult
Choose any 3 tours: Quicksilver, Wavedancer, Silversonic, Silverswift, Green Island and Outer Reef
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Silversonic Explore 3 outer edge reef locations at Agincourt Ribbon Reef in superb style and comfort. Enjoy over 5 hours exploring the delights of this underwater world.


- Swim with Whales (if encountered)
- Ultra modern Catamaran
- Fastest vessel to the reef
- Super smooth
- 3 of the best reef locations
- 5 hours of actual reef time
- Permit to swim with whales
FROM $245 Per Adult
Silversonic has one of very few permits allowing you to swim with Minke Whales if they are encountered.
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Quicksilver Outer Reef
Quicksilver Outer Reef combines an unforgettable Outer Reef cruise to Agincourt Ribbon Reef including a thrilling 10 minute Scenic Reef Flight


- 10 minute Helicopter Flight
- Semi-Submarine
- Underwater Observatory
- Snorkelling
- Lunch
FROM $399 Per Adult
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Daintree Sightseer

Daintree Sightseer
  • Ku Ku Yalanji Dreamtime Walk
  • Mossman Gorge, Silky Oaks Lunch
Based on 35 ratings

Daintree Sightseer takes you through ancient rainforests and back to the Dreamtime with the local Kuku Yalanji tribe.  Dine at Silky Oaks Lodge, then cruise the Daintree River and spot a crocodile, enjoy tropical fruit tastings and spend time in the historical town of Port Douglas. ...more info

Daintree Dreaming

Aboriginal Cultural Journey
  • Hunting & Spear Throwing
  • Swim in pristine Mossman Gorge
Based on 3 ratings

Experience this unique authentic Daintree Dreaming tour.  This fun, exclusive day tour allows you to join a real Aboriginal cultural experience.  Swim in a private swimming hole in pristine waters.  2 hour coastal and mangrove walk and welcome to country ceremony.  Learn about Daintree's rich Aboriginal history and culture, combined with the oldest living rainforest on the planet and spectacular Mossman Gorge...more info

Cooktown 4WD Adventure

Full Day Cooktown Safari
  • Lunch at Lions Den Hotel
  • Bloomfield Track | Free time in Cooktown
Based on 14 ratings

Adventure North Tours Cooktown:   Travel through the rugged terrain of the famous Bloomfield Track from Cape Tribulation enroute to Cooktown - one of Australia's most historically significant townships.  Lunch at famous Aussie Bush Pub - The Lions Den.  ...more info

Flames of The Forest - Cultural Experience

Candlelit drama in enchanted forest
  • 7 Dish Plattered Banquet
  • Aboriginal Cultural Performance
Based on 12 ratings

Flames of the Forest Aboriginal Cultural Experience:  Tuesday and Thursday nights feature two local Aboriginal brothers sharing their remarkable culture with you during the evening.  Feel the wonder of this legendary place, and explore the mysteries of time and culture in the spell binding candle lit drama that is the enchanted forest.  The performance features a cultural background, story telling, didgeridoo playing and song....more info

Tjapukai Culture Park Combos

Skyrail Rainforest Cableway & Tjapukai
  • Aboriginal Dance, History, Legends
  • Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park
Based on 4 ratings

Skyrail Rainforest Cableway & Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park:   A cultural experience, located within walking distance of Skyrails Smithfield Terminal, Tjapukai combines dance, history and legends to create a dynamic interpretation of 40,000 years of culture.  Then visit World Heritage listed Tropical Rainforest canopy deep in the forest. Glide just metres above the rainforest canopy, the Skyrail journey travels to Kuranda the village in the rainforest...more info

Daintree Dreaming - Cape Tribulation

2 Day 1 Night Daintree Dreaming
  • Traditional hunting & gathering
  • 2 hour Coastal Cultural Walk

Daintree Dreaming Cape Tribulation 2 Day / 1 Night Tour:  Spend the night dreaming in the oldest rainforest in the world.  Walk in the steps of the ancestors... This fun, overnight tour allows to join a real Aboriginal cultural experience combined with staying overnight in the pristine natural beauty of the World Heritage Listed Daintree National Park at Cape Tribulation. ...more info
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Mossman Gorge

Mossman Gorge is situated approx 77km north of Cairns, 20km north of Port Douglas and 2km from the township of Mossman.
Comprising of tropical rainforest, creeks, boardwalks, a suspension bridge and pretty swimming holes; this part of the world is a gem. An eco shuttle bus departs every 10 minutes from the Mossman Gorge Gateway Centre and takes you right to the start of a lovely 2km walk through the exquisite scenery of the rainforest. You can also walk the 2.7km track from the centre which will take around 45 minutes. It is a lovely walk with beautiful streams and trees; listen to the sounds of the birds and the roar of the river and above all fill you lungs with the cleanest forest air. MAGIC! Take your swimming gear with you as there is a chance for a refreshing swim in the cool Mossman waters.

The Mossman Gorge Centre is located just before the entrance to Mossman Gorge. It features a contemporary café, art gallery, gift shop and tour desk. Staffed by local Indigenous residents, the centre offers the opportunity to learn about the rich cultural heritage that links the KuKu Yalanji people of the region to the land. The eco shuttle bus service was developed to reduce the high amount of tourist traffic entering the gorge, and to ensure the protection of this significant landmark for future generations.

A daily bus transfer is available between Port Douglas and Mossman Gorge, departing from the Port Douglas BTS Office on Macrossan Street. Alternatively you can choose from a number of organised tours that depart Cairns and Port Douglas daily.

Find out more:
Daintree Walkabout - Dreamtime Gorge Walk
Daintree Discovery Tours - Half Day Mossman & Daintree River Discovery
Tropical Horizons - Cape Trib & Daintree Rainforest tour
Trek North - Cape Tribulation
Daintree Wonder Tours
Daintree Dreaming
Tropical Journeys - Daintree Tour


KuKu Yalanji People

The Kuku Yalanji people are the Indigenous inhabitants of the land that extends from south of Mossman to Cooktown in the north, and Palmer River in the west, they are the Traditional Owners of this area. Kuku Yalanji are coastal rainforest people who live in total dependence and harmony with nature and their environment. They are the only aboriginal tribe in Australia who still have their own language, and describe themselves as true rainforest people who live in absolute harmony with their environment.

Mossman Gorge and the Daintree Rainforest are at the heart of Kuku Yalanji country and are home to many of the sacred sites, bush foods and medicines upon which Kuku Yalanji people rely for ceremony and survival. The landscapes hold spiritual significance including Wundu (Thornton Peak), Manjal Dimbi (Mount Demi), Wurrumbu (The Bluff) and Kulki (Cape Tribulation).

A people rich in culture and environmental based mythology, Kuku Yalanji define their calendar and seasons according to the life cycle of plants, mountains and water in the rainforest. By paying close attention to changes in their environment Kuku Yalanji know what foods are ready to eat, what medicines are ready to be gathered and when it is time to catch animals and fish. Understanding the weather cycles and the combination of vegetation types allows the Eastern Kuku Yalanji people to find a variety of food throughout the year—when jilngan (mat grass) is in flower, it is time to collect jarruka (orange-footed scrubfowl) eggs and when jun jun (blue ginger) is fruiting, it is time to catch diwan (Australian brush-turkey).

The deep spirituality and innate synchronicity Kuku Yalanji people have with nature has been passed from elders – fathers, grand fathers, mothers, uncles and aunties to children throughout their formative years so they know what belongs to them, and can continue to protect and this ancient culture share their traditions for many more generations to come. Today, the Indigenous people that live in the rainforest play a very important part in the protection and maintenance of the Daintree. They care for the forest in the traditional ways they always have, and they also continue to pass on their culture and values in the same traditional way.

Find out more:
Daintree Dreaming - Aboriginal Cultural Tour
Daintree Walkabout - KuKu Yalanji Dreamtime Walk Mossman Gorge


KuKu Yalanji Dreamtime Walks

Mossman Gorge is a very special part of the world held dearly by the traditional landowners of this region, the Eastern Kuku Yalanji people. They are true rainforest people, whose culture is built around a deep respect for nature and an intimate knowledge of its cycles. Legends have been passed down through the generations of the Kuku Yalanji – with the members of the community having learned all they know from their elders, parents, grand parents, uncles and aunties.

The Ngadiku Dreamtime Walk is a very special tour conducted by the local Indigenous people. Ngadiku (Nar-di-gul) means stories and legends from a long time ago in local Kuku Yalanji language. The walks take visitors on a journey along private, gentle tracks, visiting special places and culturally significant sites, past traditional bark shelters and over meandering cool rainforest streams. Not only will you be able to experience the beauty of this sacred place, you will also be able to share in the history and understanding of the significance of this natural site with an experienced indigenous guide.

With the development of the Mossman Gorge Centre, local Indigenous jobs and training opportunities have been created as part of this world class eco-tourism visitor and interpretive centre. The Kuku Yalanji Rainforest Aboriginal people are very proud of their indigenous heritage, and with a wealth of knowledge about its plants, animals, landscape and resources you will walk away with a richer, deeper experience of why this Wet Tropics World Heritage Area is just so special.

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Daintree Walkabout - KuKu Yalanji Dreamtime Walk


Flames of the Forest

Flames of the Forest is a unique rainforest dining experience and a must-do for anyone interested in history, Aboriginal culture, the rainforest, and creative Australian cuisine. Tuesday and Thursday night is 'An Ancient Culture in a Timeless Spiritual Setting', featuring two local indigenous brothers who will share with you during the evening some of their remarkable culture, in a setting where they adventured as children.

The candlelit rainforest setting provides a natural, authentic backdrop for this spiritual and mystical culture, where timeless oral traditions are shared in an intimate and personal setting through story telling and music.

The area in and around Mowbray is very significant to the brothers. Aboriginal people used to gather here when all Kuku Yalanju people would go to Port Douglas for funerals, warfare, celebrations and for cultural exchange of stories adventures and weaponry. As kids they used to camp and fish in the area, and remember riding their bikes from Mossman out to Mowbray.

The innovative menu reflects a taste of tropical north Australia, combining fresh local produce with native Australian bush foods and local Australian wines to complement.

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'An Ancient Culture in a Timeless Spiritual Setting' - Flames of the Forest


Daintree Dreaming

A huge component of the Aboriginal people's culture involves living in harmony with the land. The Aboriginal people believe that if they look after the land then it will provide for all their needs. Prominent rocks, canyons, rivers, waterfalls, islands, beaches and other natural features - as well as sun, moon, visible stars and animals are all significant to living in oneness with nature. With very few simple tools, used with incredible skill, the Aborigines have learned to live in unison with the land and its animals.

The Kuku Yalanji people are Indigenous inhabitants of the land that stretches from Mossman in the south to Cooktown in the north, and Palmer River out to the west. Their culture is built around a deep respect for nature and an intimate knowledge of its cycles, that has been passed down through generations.

Linc and Brandon Walker, known as the Kubirri Warra brothers of the indigenous Kuku Yalanji clan host guided fishing tours around Cooya Beach, the traditional fishing ground of the Kuku Yalanji people. They share the traditions of their ancestors by offering visitors a personal and unique glimpse into their own daily rituals and practices of hunting, gathering and caring for their land. No expensive rods and reels here – all that is needed is a wooden spear and a good aim! Wading knee-deep in water, you will learn to spear-fish, hunt for mussels, dig out mud crabs, and identify and gather bush foods and medicine. Learn how to track coastal resources and spot grazing paths of dugong and sleeping nests for rays. For most of us Cooya Beach is like any other tropical beach, but for the Walker brothers this is an open-air supermarket. Afterwards enjoy freshly baked damper and delicious just-cooked seafood delicacies.

Linc and Brandon Walker are dedicated to educating visitors about their traditional country in order to ensure the survival of their Kuku Yalanji culture. It seems there's a lot our modern world can learn from these people.

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Daintree Dreaming Aboriginal Cultural Tour


Janbal Aboriginal Art Gallery

Janbal Gallery, located in Mossman township sells a selection of local authentic Aboriginal art, artifacts and jewellery handmade by local Indigenous artists of Far North Queensland. All of the art works at Janbal Gallery are one off originals, hand painted by local Aboriginal artist Brian “Binna” Swindley.

100% Aboriginal owned and operated, learn the stories and meanings behind some of Binna’s paintings, including his signature Yiki People and share precious Kuku Yalanji Dreamtime stories about the animals, environment and language of the Indigenous rainforest people from Mossman and Daintree area. As well as learning about Aboriginal ochre paints, Indigenous art history and painting techniques, Binna will tell you stories about traditional bush foods, construction materials and medicines. If they are in season when you visit he will show you useful plants including Black Palm (Duwar), Mat Rash (Jilngan) and Soap Tree (Karrandal) that he has growing at Janbal Gallery.

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Daintree Dreaming - Aboriginal Cultural Tour including a visit to Janbal Gallery


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10 night Tropical Trilogy
Tropical Trilogy Bliss The perfect pamper package; Swim, Snorkel & Explore Rainforest, Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas and Green Island. Premium Resorts - A holiday of elegance and ease..


- 3 nights Silky Oaks Lodge
- 4 nights Sheraton Mirage
- 3 nights Green Island
- Full Breakfast daily
- Outer Barrier Reef trip
- Sunset Sail, Port Douglas
- and many extras..
FROM $2100 Per Adult
SAVE $2515
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Port Beachfront Indulgence
Peninsula Boutique Hotel Unrivalled beach-side position, 2 minutes stroll to Macrossan St.

5 Night Luxury couples getaway!

- Return Airport Transfers
- Mossman Gorge
- Daintree River Cruise
- Sailaway Sunset Cruise
- 5 Nights Accommodation
- Full Buffet Breakfast Daily
- Daily Room Service
- Free Wi-Fi
- Heated Pool & Spa
FROM $979 Per Person
SAVE $315
*Based on 5 night stay in Pool View suite
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Poseidon & Billy Tea Cape Trib
2 Day experiences you can treasure forever!... Choose any two days of your holiday to do these 2 tours. Snorkel with a marine biologist and 4WD on the famous Bloomfield Track.

2 day Option 9

- 3 Outer Reef Sites
- Guided Snorkel Tour
- Return Hotel Transfers
- Bloomfield Track
- Daintree River Cruise
FROM $453 Per Adult

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Regal Port Douglas
Regal Port Douglas located right on Macrossan St, only a short stroll to Four Mile Beach, Marina Mirage and Sunday markets.


- STAY 7 PAY 6
- STAY 4 PAY 3
- Jacuzzi or spa in all rooms
- Free Wi-Fi
- Heated Resort Pool
FROM $124 Per Night
*Based on 4 night stay in Spa Studio
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5 Night Adventures in Port
ADVENTURES IN PORT Reef Club Port Douglas is a 100 metre stroll to beautiful Four Mile Beach, and an easy walk to the town. Package includes two full day adventures.


- 5 Nights self-contained apartment
- Premium Outer Reef
- Poseidon full day
- Cape Tribulation full day
- Cable Ferry-Daintree River
- 1 hr Daintree River Cruise
- Mossman Gorge
FROM $2219 Per Family
2 adults & 2 children
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Lady Douglas River Cruise
Lady Douglas River Cruise Kids get to drive the boat! & a Crocodile activity sheet

Complimentary Drink & Nibbles

Morning, Afternoon & Sunset Tours
FROM $35 Per Adult
$90 for 2 adults & 2 children
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Quicksilver Reef Holiday
5 NIGHT QUICKSILVER REEF includes accommodation at the Reef Club. Only a 3 minute walk from famous Four Mile Beach and a short stroll to Macrossan Street. Quicksilver is the most famous Outer Barrier Reef trip with excellent snorkelling over superb coral gardens.


- 5 nights @ Reef Club
- Self contained apartment
- Quicksilver Outer Reef trip
- Semi-Sub coral viewing
- Underwater observatory
FROM $1778 Per Family
save $932
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Family Fun Port Douglas
Family Fun Package offers the best family accommodation, breakfast daily and a beautiful day trip to Low Isles including snorkelling and glass bottom boat. The best value in Port Douglas!


- 7 Nights at Reef Resort, Port Douglas
- 2 Bedroom Deluxe Villa
- Low Isles Sailing Cruise
- Glass Bottom Boat
- Full Breakfast daily
FROM $1804 Per Family
SAVE $1571
*Based on 2 Ad & 2 Ch (4-14 yrs)
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Reef Resort Port Douglas
One, Two & Three bedroom apartments Includes breakfast daily for all guests


Family friendly resort
4 Swimming Pools
24hrs FREE broadband internet connectivity
Breakfast daily for all guests
Self-contained Villas
FROM $137 Per Night
2 bedroom apartment
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