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Cooktown 4WD Adventures

1 Day Cooktown 4WD Adventure

Locally owned and operated, Adventure North Australia operate 4WD tours from Cairns and Port Douglas to Cooktown via Cape Tribulation through the heart of the World Heritage Listed Daintree National Park, returning via the Mulligan Highway and the Great Dividing Range, which is the Outback of Far N...

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Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park

Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park

Discover where Australia begins at Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park. Explore the rich history of the world’s oldest living culture, dating back over 40,000 years. Whether you visit the park by day or night, you’ll enjoy a unique cultural experience with performance, dance, food and arts. Tjapukai i...

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Bama Way Aboriginal Tours

Bama Way Aboriginal Tours

Travel The Bama Way and experience Tropical North Queensland through the eyes of the people who have been its custodians for tens of thousands of years. A journey from Cairns to north of Cooktown, a journey along story-lines through coastal mangroves, rich rainforest and hilltop Savannah. We want...

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Flames of the Forest - Rainforest Dining Experience

Flames of the Forest - Rainforest Dining Experience

Flames of the Forest transports you into a world beyond your imagination so relaxing and uplifting for your soul you will never want to leave. A completely intimate, natural experience set within the candle lit rainforest under a black silk canopy highlighted by crystal and bud light chandeliers....

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Daintree Dreaming Day Tour

Daintree Dreaming Day Tour -Aboriginal Cultural experience

The Daintree Dreaming Day Tour combines genuine Aboriginal cultural experiences with the natural beauty of the World Heritage Listed Daintree National Park. Visiting Mossman Gorge and surrounding areas where you can truly appreciate this magical landscape. You will be taken on a journey from coast...

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Cairns Historical Society Museum

Cairns Historical Society Museum

The Cairns Museum presents a history of Cairns and District in static and pictorial displays. Beginning with our Aboriginal and Islander beginnings, the Chinese influence and early timber, mining and agricultural industries, the displays touch on every period of our development from foundation to th...

Babinda State Hotel

The “Babinda State Hotel” and Rainforest Accommodation is a beautifully restored Federation hotel which was built in 1917 by the Queensland government. The building retains the charm and character of a bygone era and is listed by the Queensland heritage trust. The hotel offers guests a range of acco...

Rainforestation Nature Park

Rainforestation Nature Park

The award-winning Rainforestation Nature Park is a 100 acre (40-hectare) tourist attraction located in the middle of Kuranda’s World Heritage Rainforest. Part of the CaPTA Group, the locally owned and operated park offers three unique experiences to visitors as part of a tour, or as a self-drive opt...

Mulgrave Shire Historical Society

Head towards the sugar mill in Gordonvale, across the train and cane crossing you will find the museum carpark on the left hand side. This building was purpose-built to house objects used by settlers in the area then called Nelson in the late 1800s. The museum has a number of historical items and di...

Undara Experience

Undara Lava Tubes, Undara Volcanic National Park

Only 3½ hours drive from Cairns, four hours from Townsville in Tropical North Queensland, you’ll discover a land so different in contrasts…. Undara. Undara Experience, set in pristine Savannah woodlands has been in the care of the Collins family, the original pioneers of this region in 1862. For...

About Cultural Attractions For Cairns

Whatever your experiences of cultural tourism, prepare to be captivated by the sheer quality, professionalism and enthusiasm exhibited by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders of the Far North.

From the phenomenal impact of a multi-award winning Aboriginal Dance Theatre, through the compelling displays of indigenous outdoor performance troupes to the award winning business acumen of the local arts and craftspeople, this region has pioneered a new and dynamic style of cultural presentation which has become a benchmark for indigenous Australians.

Visitors can now choose from a range of cultural experiences including theatre, dance, boomerang and spear throwing, bush tucker presentations, and more from the world famous Tjapukai Cultural Theme Park.