Cairns Tableland Tours

Smithfield, Cairns Area

Cairns Tableland Tours specialises in small to medium day tours. Cairns Tableland Tours offer personalised tours to cruise ship passengers as well as tours for hotel guests staying in Cairns and Northern Beaches.

They also offer a day tour for Golfers in Cairns or Yorkey's Knob for hotel guests or ship passengers.

The most popular tour they offer for the cruise ship passengers is the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, Kuranda, lunch at Kuranda Hotel including a drink and Kuranda Scenic Railway.

A wide range of tour itineraries for guests who would like an all inclusive stay from three to seven days at very reasonable prices. You will have an endless choice for example, Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, Kuranda Railway, Coffee Plantations, Wineries, Waterfalls, Heritage Museums, ATV rides etc. A tour can be tailor made to suit the guests.

Cairns Tableland Tours prides themselves on providing an all inclusive value for money tour.

Our Tours

Paronella Park, lunch and Mamu Skywalk

After your Cairns or Northern Beaches hotel pickup they travel south through Innisfail to Paronella Park. Paronella Park is a unique eco-friendly experience where history and romance are as one. Paronella Park is a magical place nestled amongst heritage gardens and acres of Australian rainforest situated on the banks of Mena Creek. The ruins of the Spanish Castle feature prominently on the grounds of Paronella Park. Visitors can explore the architecturally unique ruins of the castle and buildings of yesteryear, or wander through the lush gardens and Australian rainforest. Next is a leisurely lunch at Mena Creek Hotel with a choice of 5 meals and a beer/wine or soft drink is included. Mamu Tropical Skywalk is located 20 minutes from Paronella Park along the Palmerston Highway. The facility includes more than 1,100 metres of walking tracks through rainforest, linking the 10 metre cantilever, 350 metre elevated walkway through the canopy and the 37 metre high observation tower. This is an all inclusive small group tour in an air-conditioned mini bus.

Indicative rates

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$149 $149
Skyrail, Kuranda and Mareeba

After your hotel pickup they travel to the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway for your memorable journey up the Kuranda Range taking in the spectacular views over Cairns' Northern Beaches. There are two stops on your journey for you to enjoy the rainforest and wildlife. You will then be able to have a short visit in the sleepy little village of Kuranda where you will find many stalls and handicrafts. They then travel to Jaques Coffee Plantation in Mareeba, a working coffee farm where you will enjoy a guided tour of the plantation followed by a delicious lunch with coffee or tea. A few minutes away in Mareeba is the Mareeba Heritage Museum where you can step back in time and learn about the history of the Atherton Tablelands. To round off the day we will stop off at Emerald Creek Ice-Creamery where you can partake in your choice of one of their handmade ice creams. On our way back down the Kuranda Range you will have the option of stopping at the Henry Ross Lookout for a magnificent afternoon view of Cairns.

Indicative rates

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$149.00 $149.00
Shore Tour - Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, Kuranda Scenic Railway with lunch

Skyrail Rainforest Cableway And Kuranda Scenic Railway Shore Tour
Pick up from Yorkey’s Knob Marina or Cairns Cruise Ship Terminal.
Transport to the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway for your journey up to the top of the Tablelands to Kuranda.
Leisure time in Kuranda, perhaps visit the Koala Gardens, Kuranda Birdworld or the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary. There is also the Kuranda Riverboat cruise. (optional extras)
Lunch at the Kuranda Hotel. Choose from Steak, Chicken, Fish, Salads, Burgers, Pot Pie etc. Included is a beer/wine or soft drink.
Board the historical Kuranda Scenic Railway for your journey back down the range.
Transport from Freshwater station to Yorkey’s Knob / Cairns or Port Douglas Cruise Ship Terminal.
Inclusions:
Pick up from and return to port
Lunch at Kuranda Hotel including a beer/wine or soft drink
Skyrail and Kuranda Railway Tickets
Bottled water
Guide and Driver
Airconditioned vehicle, fully licenced and accredited.

Indicative rates

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$169 $169
Shore Tour - Cairns and Yorkey's Knob Golf Day Tour

Golf lovers, whether a beginner or a pro, will enjoy their all inclusive shore tour. They pick up from your hotel in Cairns or Northern Beaches and also Cairns Cruise Terminal and Yorkey’s Knob Marina for Half Moon Bay Golf Club or Cairns Golf Club. Come and sample their lush, tropical golf courses for yourself. Their golf tours are limited to 10 people.

Pickup, to and from Cairns Cruise Ship Terminal or Yorkey’s Knob Marina or Hotel
Transfer to Cairns Golf Club or Half Moon Bay Golf Club, Yorkey’s Knob
18 holes of golf in
Motorised golf cart (share between 2 players)
Light lunch with a couple of beers/wines or soft drinks
Bottled water
Air conditioned vehicle with driver (who will be with you for the day)
Fully insured and accredited
Guaranteed to get you back to the ship in time
Golf club hire available (not included)

Indicative rates

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$139 $139

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