Global Travel Services

Multiple Locations

All aspects of the Global Travel Services (GTS) outfit focus on providing high quality, unique tour experiences in and around Cairns City. They pride themselves on world-class customer service, high level of coach safety and presentation, and punctuality. They understand that many visitors have travelled a long way to visit Cairns and endeavour to deliver the best experience possible to help promote Cairns and Far North Queensland as a tourist destination which is second to none.

Their list of Tours is one of the longest in the region including trips to Paronella Park and Mamu Tropical Skywalk (with a swim at the beautiful Josephine Falls), Kuranda, Port Douglas, Palm Cove, Hartley's Crocodile Adventures and Tjapukai Aboriginal Culture Park. They also have their own H1 Hummers and ATV four-wheel buggy tour through lush Wet Tropics Rainforest. With wild Cassowaries being sighted 90 per cent of the time on this tour, it is the closest location from the city of Cairns (30 minutes) where visitors can see these majestic birds in their nature habitat.

GTS has a fleet of 30 plus buses ranging from 14 to 57 seaters.

With such a large fleet, they also provide professional tailor-made Coach Charters.

Activities

  • Swimming

Our Tours

Day Night Paronella Park

Let Global Travel Services take you to the south of Cairns, visiting Josephine Falls, Mamu Tropical Skywalk and Paronella Park. Tour highlight is viewing the amazing castles at Paronella Park during the daylight hours, plus lit up after dark. Enjoy a delicious meal at the Mena Creek Hotel. Wildlife spotting and stargazing opportunities on return trip to Cairns. Departs at 12:30pm, returning at 9pm.

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$135 $150
Hummer Tour

See the World Heritage Rainforest in an unforgettable way! Visit some of the most pristine Rainforest only a stone’s throw from Cairns in a H1 Military Hummer. See the most amazing tree giants including a huge Curtain Fig Tree when Global Travel Services take you off road in their 4WD bus! You’ll even have a chance to spot native wildlife including the normally elusive Cassowary (world’s third largest flightless bird at 1.6 metres). This unique experience is the perfect way to add some excitement to your Cairns visit – family friendly!

The AM tour departs Cairns at 8:30am, returning at 1:00pm. The PM tour departs Cairns at 1:00pm and returns at 5:30pm.

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$125 $125
Hartley's Crocodile Adventures

Koalas, kangaroos, wombats, cassowaries, wallabies, snakes, lizards, birds and lots and lots of big crocodiles! Join Global Travel Services in their comfortable air-conditioned bus on a half day to visit to the largest Zoo, closest to Cairns. Boat rides, with crocs jumping in front of your very eyes!
Set in amazing, natural Eucalypt forest, with landscaped walkways, Harley's Crocodile Adventures is the best location to see most of the Aussie animal favourites in the single location! Tour includes the gamous Hartleys boat ride, where huge saltwater crocodiles are hand fed from the boat, jumping high out of the water to snatch the bait!

All animals can be viewed up close and personal with the chance to get your photo professionally taken with the animals (for an extra fee).
The drive up to Hartley's Crocodile Adventures hugs the coastline with beautiful scenery, rated often as in the top 10 coastal drives in Australia.

The AM tour departs Cairns at 8:30am, returning at 12:45pm. The PM tour departs Cairns at 1:15pm and returns at 5:15pm. The Full day tour departs at 8:30am and returns at 5:15pm.

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$75 $75
Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park

Tjapukai is where Australia begins! At Tjapukai you can get hands-on throwing boomerangs and spears, basket weaving, or learning to play the digeridoo. Alternatively, sit back and relax as local native Aboriginal performers tell stories, give demonstrations, and entertain you with tradition dances!

With the AM and Full Day options one can enjoy a delicious buffet meal (extra cost) whilst watching a special indoors, choreographed performance on stage at the Flame Tree Bar and Grill.

The AM tour departs Cairns at 8:30am, returning at 12:45pm. The PM tour departs Cairns at 1:15pm and returns at 5:15pm. The Full day tour departs at 8:30am and returns at 5:15pm.

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$85 $85
Hartley's Crocodile Adventures and Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park

Want the best of both? Why not!

Get picked up by your driver at 8:30am and arrive at Hartley's at 9:30am. Explore the park's interactive animal experiences then get picked up at 12:00pm to be taken to Tjapukai. Arrive at 12:30pm and check out the rich history of the world's oldest living culture, dating back over 40,000 years. The driver will then pick you up at 5:00pm and drop you off at your accommodation at 5:15pm.

All in a day - Visit Cairns' biggest Zoo with the most comprehensive listing of Aussie Animals as well as the amazing Tjapukai Indigenous Cultural Park. This is the quintessential Aussie tour and a must for International visitors and Domestic guests alike.

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$150 $150
Port Douglas Transfers

Only a short drive north of Cairns, the vibrant atmosphere in Port Douglas is one that must be experience!

The small vibrant resort town’s main street is a shoppers’ paradise, especially on Sunday when the amazing markets are the highlight of the outing. The beaches are a destination in itself, with beautiful white sands, fringed by swaying coconut palms stretching as far as the eye can see.

In Port Douglas, you can also explore the Marina Shopping strip with more boutique shopping and tranquil Yacht’s resting at dock, setting the relaxing holiday mood. With an abundance of award winning restaurants, Port Douglas is the food lover’s dream come true. Spend the whole day and experience it all.

Spend half a day or the full day at Port Douglas. The AM tour departs Cairns at 8:30am, returning at 12:45pm. The PM tour departs Cairns at 1:15pm and returns at 5:15pm. The full day tour departs at 8:30am and returns at 5:15pm.

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$60 $60
Palm Cove Transfers

Relax, revive and take in the beautiful surrounds of Palm Cove. Well known as the ‘Spa Capital of Australia’ you can enjoy a pampering and tranquil day. Or take in the tropical wear at the quaint boutique stores.

The beaches are a destination in itself, with beautiful white sands, fringed by swaying coconut palms stretching as far as the eye can see. You’ll feel like you’re in paradise.

Check out the local artist’s talent for yourself and immerse yourself in the local culture. There are a few boutique art galleries sprinkled around Palm Cove which include Aboriginal art works and landscapes, pieces that depict life in Cairns tropical north Queensland, and the beauty of the region surrounding Palm Cove.

Spend half a day or the full day at Palm Cove. The AM tour departs Cairns at 8:30am, returning at 12:45pm. The PM tour departs Cairns at 1:15pm and returns at 5:15pm. The full day tour departs at 8:30am and returns at 5:15pm.

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$50 $50

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