Kuranda Rainforest Journeys

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Kuranda Rainforest Journeys is a family owned and locally operated business providing visitors with the best rainforest experience in Far North Queensland.

They offer a range of ATV guided tours to explore their property nestled atop the magnificent Barron Falls, surrounded by World Heritage Rainforest and home to the elusive cassowary. In their tours you will discover some of the tallest and oldest rainforest in the world, Australia's largest remaining Durian plantation, an exotic fruit orchard with fruit tasting when in season, local pioneering history, and a chance to see native wildlife with 10 resident cassowaries.

You have the choice to combine one of their ATV tours with a Skyrail journey as well as the Kuranda Scenic Railway, giving you a day full of fun and unforgettable memories.

Our Tours

2 Hour ATV Tour

Relax and slowly explore the magnificent Barron Falls Estate on easy-to-ride ATVs

You will discover the oldest rainforest on earth, Australia's largest remaining Durian plantation, exotic fruit orchard with fruit tasting when in season, local pioneering history and a chance to see native wildlife with several resident cassowaries.

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$120 $120
1 hour rainforest ATV tour

Explore a secluded estate atop the magnificent Barron Falls surrounded by World Heritage Rainforest and home to the elusive cassowary with our 1 hour rainforest ATV tour.

Old timber trails lead the way into the heart of the rainforest where you will discover some of the oldest, tallest and most distinctive trees. Several antique structures will give you an insight into the pioneer history of North Queensland. An orchard with more than 600 exotic fruit trees will remind you of nature’s goodness and richness with tasting available when in season. The chance to encounter a cassowary will make this the most unforgettable journey.

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$60 $60

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