Discovery Tours Australia

Multiple Locations

Want a personalised small group four wheel drive tour? Why not come and join them on one of their premium full day tours to Cape Tribulation and the Daintree National Park or get away from the crowds exploring the hidden Mountain Wet Tropic Rainforest and Waterfalls near Cairns City all in half a day with their exclusive permit access to these locations, you can even spend several days with them having fun travelling to the tip of Australia up in Cape York Peninsular or step back in history with them travelling to Cooktown on one of their extended touring options. If this isn't quite what you are after, they can specialise any charter and offer private tours anywhere in the region.

Just remember, Discovery Tours Australia is a local family owned company who has been operating for over 20 years, so they invite you to join their touring family and experience their backyard. You won't be disappointed.

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Our Tours

Travel to the Famous Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation in small group comfort. Their specially designed vehicles carry a maximum of 13 passengers - offering unrivalled personalised service.

This premium, personalised tour includes a visit to the stunning Mossman Gorge, Port Douglas, the world heritage listed Daintree Rainforest, Cape Tribulation Beach - where the "rainforest meets the Reef" Daintree River Crocodile cruise, quality lunch and much more.

See their website for full details.

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$205 $210
Exclusive Half Day Four Wheel Drive Rainforest and Waterfall Tour

Jump on board their four wheel drive for this exclusive and spectacular visit seeing some of the most stunning scenery in the local area. This tour is ideal if you have limited time and want to escape the crowds and experience the true Tropical Rainforest of North Queensland. They have exclusive permit access to some of the best Wet Tropic World Heritage Rainforest areas in the region, also taking in the Mighty Barron and Surprise Waterfalls.

You'll be surprised in how much beauty you will see in just five hours. See their website for more details.

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$125 $125

Want to see Cooktown and more in a three day tour with everything taken care of? This very small group tour takes you on an exclusive guided four wheel drive tour to the Daintree National Park, Cooktown, and the Northern Atherton Tablelands.

This tour ticks all the boxes in terms of showing people the best of Far North Queensland! Visit Cooktown and it's many surrounding attractions as you learn about this truly amazing ancient area of the world from their very experienced local Naturalist Guide.

See website for details.

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$1449 $1449

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