There is a lot to experience in this area. Waterfalls, including the highest single drop water fall in Australia and diverse rainforest, the oldest in the world. Most of the rainforest drives take place on scenic mountain drives and feature huge ferns, unique trees and still undiscovered plants. Animal life in the forest consists of cassowary, pythons, tree kangaroos, dingoes and platypus. The rivers and creeks have bountiful amounts of fish and crocodiles.
Seeing cane harvested for the first time is always a popular experience and the history of sugar is very interesting. There are a number of attractions around the town that they are always glad to show visitors. This is not a formal "do it by the clock" set of tours, if you want to stop to photograph anything of interest or have a look at something and perhaps spend extra time swimming, that is fine with them.
Make Your Own Adventure now offers spectacular guided day trips in Far North Queensland, leaving from Lucinda, Forrest Beach or Ingham.
You need only bring yourself, some sturdy walking shoes and a camera – these intimate tours for three to four people at a time are taken in Gus’s own vehicle, and are fully catered with a picnic / barbecue lunch.
Make Your Own Adventure daytrips are catered to your interests, and your tour can be tailored to include waterfalls, extinct volcanoes, cassowary spotting, off-road exploring, and rainforest drives such as the Kirrama Range drive – the prettiest rainforest drive in Australia.