Daintree Tours

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Explore the magnificent and untouched World Heritage listed Daintree Rainforest, the oldest living rainforest in the world at 160 million years, with Daintree Tours.

Enjoy interesting and entertaining commentary from the passionate Daintree Tours' guides throughout the day, a walk at Mossman Gorge, Cape Tribulation, secluded lunch site with an opportunity to swim in a fresh rainforest creek and an estuarine crocodile and wildlife river cruise exploring the Cooper Creek waterway.

Cape Tribulation is well known for 'where the rainforest meets the reef' and you will have an opportunity to stroll along the Kulki Boardwalk and enjoy the views over Cape Tribulation beach.

Daintree Tours vehicles are comfortable, spacious and offer great visibility from every seat. The Mercedes Sprinters carry 11 passengers, a great sized group for experiencing this natural wonder.

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Off Road Driving

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

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

Our tours

Cape Tribulation

Your day begins with a short stroll through the magnificent Mossman Gorge, experiencing a rainforest over 30 million years old. Then on to the Daintree River and Cape Tribulation section of the Daintree National Park. Morning tea is at Cape Tribulation, where the rainforest meets the reef. A short walk up the Kulki Track follows, providing splendid views of the beach, rainforest and inshore reefs. Venturing on to Jindalba, this tour highlights one of the most rewarding track of this ancient rainforest. A wilderness cruise if also included on Cooper Creek, the only tour boat permitted in the Cape Tribulation section of the Daintree National Park. A delicious lunch is served in the heart of the Noah Valley at a secluded rainforest retreat. The trip home includes a stop at the Daintree Ice Cream Company, arriving home at approximately at 4.30pm.

Indicative rates

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Roma Bush Gardens

Roma, Maranoa Area
Free Entry
Encompassing the picturesque Railway Dam, this leisurely walk is a must for enthusiast of the Australian bush. The 14 hectare gardens showcase eleven vegetation communities local to the Roma region, including Brigalow, Coolibah and Mulga.

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Roma,
Only 350 kilometres north-west of Toowoomba, Roma is sometimes referred to as the 'gateway to the outback'. Home to the southern hemisphere's largest sale yards, visitors can get a feel for the outback by perching on a fence or taking a coveted possie on the viewing platform to watch the action at Roma Saleyards.

Muckadilla

Muckadilla, Maranoa Area
Travel some 40 kilometres west of Roma, along the Warrego Highway and discover the whistlestop town of Muckadilla, or 'Mucka' as the locals call it. Once home to the famous Muckadilla Baths, this town may lack the bustle of bigger towns, but not the hospitality.

Wallam Creek, Bollon

Bollon, Balonne Area
Free Entry
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Mitchell, Maranoa Area
Soaking in the soothing mineral springs at Mitchell is just one of the surprises that awaits you in this quaint town on the edge of the outback. Just 87 kilometres west of Roma via the Warrego Highway, Mitchell sits peacefully on the banks of the Maranoa River.

Roma's Largest Bottle Tree

Roma, Maranoa Area
Free Entry
Roma's largest bottle tree, which has the incredible girth of 9.51 metres, a height of six metres and a crown of 20 metres, was transplanted by Roma Town Council to its present location from a local property in 1927.

Dirranbandi

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En route to Hebel, stop for a coffee, a shop and a look around Dirranbandi, the town that marks the end of the South West rail line. As you enter town you'll pass by the levee bank, which is famous for having saved the town from flooding on more than one occasion.

Yuleba

Yuleba, Maranoa Area
Yuleba was settled in 1865 and was originally located on Yuleba Creek, 11 kilometres south east of its current location. In 1879, the town was moved to the railway crossing, officially known as Baltinglass.

Nindigully

Nindigully, Goondiwindi Area
Just 45 kilometres south east of St George, Nindigully or "The Gully" as it's locally known, is pretty much four houses and a pub on a riverbank. But what a pub, what a view and what characters you'll find!

Talwood

Talwood, Goondiwindi Area
When you visit the pretty western country town of Talwood, with its neat lawn and tree lined main street, the thing that will strike you is the friendliness and pride of the local people. It's a small town with a whole lot of community spirit that has grown to service the surrounding rural industry.
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