1. Cairns City Sightseeing Tour with Afternoon Tea
This comprehensive afternoon tour of the city of Cairns with a local guide is a must-do for first time visitors. Explore the Cairns Museum, go on a guided walk through the lush Flecker Botanical Gardens, see majestic Barron Falls, visit picturesque Palm Cove, and enjoy an included afternoon tea of freshly baked scones with strawberry jam and cream.
Cairns City Sightseeing Tour with Afternoon Tea
Featured Guest Review:
I would highly recommend this small group tour. Our guide Eric was very knowledgeable and his enthusiasm for this lovely city made this a thoroughly enjoyable tour. Our visits included St Monica’s Cathedral, the botanical gardens, the museum and much more. The tour also included a delicious afternoon tea. Evelyn B (via TripAdvisor)
2. Cairns Segway Tour
Explore Cairns on two wheels on this fabulous Segway tour. The experience begins with some intensive training on the art of riding a Segway. From there, you’ll set off for a 90-minute glide past Saltwater Creek (keep an eye out for crocodiles!), the Botanical Gardens, and Centenary Lakes — a unique wetland area that is home to many species of flora and fauna.
3. Daintree Rainforest, Cape Tribulation and 4WD Bloomfield Track Day Tour
The UNESCO World Heritage-listed Queensland Wet Tropics stretch all the way from Townsville up to Cooktown, encompassing a diverse range of rugged terrain. Experience many of the highlights of the Daintree region on this Daintree Rainforest, Cape Tribulation and 4WD Bloomfield Track eco-accredited day tour. It’s a big day, but worth every second.
4. Ngadiku Daintree Dreaming Day Tour
Far North Queensland has a rich Indigenous heritage and you can connect with local Aboriginal culture on the Ngadiku Day Tour. This full day includes a coastal and mangrove walk at Cooya Beach north of Port Douglas and a rainforest walk in Mossman Gorge with local Indigenous guides. You will be welcomed with a traditional smoking ceremony and the included lunch features locally sourced produce combined with bush tucker ingredients.
5. Kuranda Day Tour by Train and Skyrail
A ride on the historic Kuranda Scenic Railway is just the start of the fabulous Cairns tours to the rainforest town of Kuranda. Once you arrive, spend three hours of free time in the picturesque town, shopping in the markets or visiting the many local attractions. Then board the epic Skyrail Rainforest Cableway for the return journey back towards Cairns.
6. ATV Rainforest Tour
North Queensland’s stunning Wet Tropics rainforest is endlessly fascinating for visitors to Cairns, and it seems there are endless ways to enjoy it. You can choose to travel by historic train, cableway, bus and 4WD. Now add these Hummer and ATV tours to the list!
7. Evening Rainforest Tour with Wildlife Spotting
This Cairns evening rainforest tour through the Atherton Tablelands will introduce you to the extraordinary biodiversity of the Queensland Wet Tropics. You’ll have the chance to spot some of the region’s shyest nocturnal animals and enjoy a delicious included dinner.
8. Double Island Kayak Turtle Tour
Paddle power is a great way to explore the stunning North Queensland coastline. On the Kayak Turtle Tour from Palm Cove you’ll explore pristine mangrove habitats and coral reefs, and meet an abundance of small rays and turtles. If you are lucky you may even see dolphins and dugongs, which definitely puts this experience on our list of the top ten Cairns tours. You’ll need to make your own way to Palm Cove.
9. Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures Day Tour
The prehistoric saltwater crocodile is the largest reptile in the world and Australia’s most feared predator. Whether you’re fascinated by, or completely terrified of these amazing animals, a visit to Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures, halfway between Palm Cove and Port Douglas, is a must. Book a full or half day ticket and transfer package, including pick-up/drop-off at your Cairns hotel.
10. Wooroonooran National Park Day Tour with Mamu Tropical Skywalk
Get a bird’s eye view of the magnificent Wet Tropics at canopy level on the Mamu Tropical Skywalk. Ninety minutes’ drive south of Cairns, Mamu is located in the lush Wooroonooran National Park. Over 150 species of birds live in the park, including the highly elusive Southern Cassowary. Visit Mamu on an afternoon tour from Cairns, which also includes a visit to famous Paronella Park and a delicious pub dinner.
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