Blue Adventures

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Discover the unique animals, lush rainforest and natural beauty of the Queensland outback with Blue Adventures.

Blue Adventures are a specialist rainforest and wildlife tour operator based in Port Douglas offering private tours for couples, families and small groups.

Join a Blue Adventures tour and see kangaroos, emus, platypus, wallabies, native birds, reptiles and plenty more native Australian wildlife in its natural setting.

On their tours they explore the ancients rainforests of Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, Outback Queensland wetlands and grasslands popular with wildlife.

Your private Blue Dive guide will share with you the fascinating story of these and the native wildlife that lives here.

Their private tours are catered to your needs and interests and all trips are led by their expert Blue Adventures guides.

Our Tours

Full Day Private Wildlife Tour

Australia is home to an abundance of unique and unusual animals that are found nowhere else in the world. Join a Blue Adventures tour and spot wild animals in their natural habitat including emus, platypus, kangaroos, wallabies, native birds, freshwater turtles and more!

The World Heritage rainforests, wetlands and tropical savanna of north Queensland offer a diverse range of native wildlife habitat. Blue Adventures has access to a range of unique and little-known destinations where they can take their private guests to view and photograph Australian animals in the wild.

Their typical itinerary has them begin the day with an outback wetlands where they often find emus and wallabies, as well as an abundance of birdlife.

They then visit grasslands where they find hundreds of wild kangaroos lazing in the shade during the heat of the day.

In the afternoon take a rainforest nature walk to look for rare tree kangaroos, forest dragons and other rainforest wildlife.

Late in the day visit a site where they have a very high chance of seeing platypus and freshwater turtles in the wild.

The tour includes a delicious lakeside lunch, snacks, all entry fees and photographs from your day.

Indicative rates

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$890 $1250
Small group Wildlife and Rainforest tour

A Blue Adventures wildlife and rainforest tour is the best way to see some of Australia's most iconic animals and discover the World Heritage rainforests of far north Queensland.

With a maximum of just six guests, our tour will allow you to get up close and personal with wild animals, get hands-on in the rainforest and really learn about the environments your exploring.

Join a Blue Adventures Tour and see - in their natural habitat - emus, an abundance of kangaroos and wallabies, incredible bird life, frill-necked lizards and much more. They never know what else they will see on these tours, that’s part of the fun…but the areas they visit also contain populations of very rare Lumholtz tree kangaroo, the elusive duck-billed platypus and the endangered Southern cassowary.

Indicative rates

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$250 $250

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