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Jungle Surfing Canopy Tours and Jungle Adventures Nightwalks

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Set in the pristine Daintree Rainforest at Cape Tribulation, the multi award-winning Jungle Surfing Canopy Tours take you on a unique rainforest tour where your feet don't touch the ground. Seated comfortably in full body harnesses, Jungle Surfers fly through the trees on flying fox ziplines, stopping at six eco-friendly tree platforms to take in spectacular bird's eye views over the treetops, down to cascading streams and out to the Great Barrier Reef.

The tour is a mixture of exhilaration and education, and the abseiling and scientist guides share their rainforest wit and wisdom with interpretive talks on each platform. The team also use a unique flight system, making this the only flying fox in the world where you can fly hands-free and carefree, without any previous experience. One of Queensland's 'must do' experiences, Jungle Surfing takes around two hours and is the adventure activity for all ages from three to 103.

As the sun sets over the trees, the animals stir and the forest comes to life, Jungle Adventures also offer a nightwalk to experience the dark side of the Daintree. Armed with a flashlight, venture into a fascinating nocturnal world little changed in 120 million years!

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Cape Tribulation, Daintree National Park

Cape Tribulation, Douglas Area
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In this section of the Daintree National Park, steep rainforested mountains sweep down to long sandy beaches and turquoise coastal waters. One of the most biologically diverse areas in the world, this park is part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area and the coastal waters are within the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. At Cape Tribulation, rainforest meets reef, and two world heritage areas collide, in spectacular style! This section of the park stretches in a narrow strip from the Daintree River in the south to the Bloomfield River in the north and the dense upland rainforest that cloaks the coastal range contains many ancient plants and animals. Camp at Noah Beach camping area and explore the park on walks ranging from the 650 metre return Jindalba boardwalk through tropical lowland rainforest, to the 1.2 kilometre return Marrja boardwalk through rainforest and mangroves. Experienced and well-prepared bushwalkers can tackle the 7 kilometre return Mount Sorrow ridge trail. Keep an eye out for cassowaries and drive slowly through cassowary territory. Remember to be croc wise around creeks and beaches.
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