On the Wallaby Eco Adventure Tours

Multiple Locations

Rainforests, waterfalls, volcanic crater lakes, fun, swimming, wildlife, adventure!

Join them on a tour of the beautiful Atherton Tablelands where you can enjoy swimming in crystal clear crater lakes and pristine waterfalls or stay overnight in their homely Eco Lodge in Yungaburra and try some night wildlife canoeing or mountain biking!

They pickup from Cairns accommodation daily!

Educational and Special Interest group inquiries are also welcome.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Activities

  • Canoeing
  • Cycling

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Tours

1 day - Waterfalls and Rainforest Wildlife Tour

A value packed day exploring the rainforest volcanic crater lakes and swimming at spectacular waterfalls of the cool tropical Atherton Tablelands. Be on the alert to spot the unique wildlife that inhabits this region.

Indicative rates

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$109 $109
2 Days, 1 Night - Rainforest Waterfalls, Wildlife Canoeing and Mountain Biking

Depart Cairns for a value packed day exploring the rainforest volcanic crater lakes and swimming at spectacular waterfalls of the cool tropical Atherton Tablelands. Enjoy lunch at Lake Eacham and finish the day with some platypus spotting and a seriously good barbecue!

After breakfast you will visit the Curtain Fig Tree before heading out on a guided mountain bike tour and canoeing at Lake Tinaroo where you can spot rare wildlife such as tree kangaroos, birds and water dragons! Face painting with Aboriginal ochre clay. Relax with tea and coffee back at On the Wallaby Lodge before returning to Cairns.

Indicative rates

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$169 $189

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