Wooroonooran Safaris offers a multiple-language day tour to the World Heritage listed Wooroonooran National Park, south of Cairns City in Tropical North Queensland, Australia.
Woooroonooran National Park is an area of unsurpassed beauty that contains the two highest mountains in Queensland, numerous waterfalls, rivers, wallabies, crocodiles, and some of the World’s lushest and most ancient rainforests.
Available in English, French, Italian, Spanish and German, the tour departs Cairns to visit a variety of pristine natural attractions, allowing you to revitalise yourself in these tranquil rainforest and wetland settings.
Spot wild wallabies before exploring the picturesque Eubenangee Wetlands, a unique ecosystem that is home to rare bird species, turtles, crocodiles and flora.
Admire breathtaking views at Josephine Falls, Enjoy an educational walk through towering rainforest trees and lush tropical foliage to this stunning triple-tiered waterfall.
Re-energise with a sumptuous Italian buffet lunch from Roscoes Restaurant in the classic country town of Innisfail.
Board a Johnstone River Cruise, searching for crocodiles whilst learning about their unusual breeding habits, the mangrove ecosystem, and viewing its other inhabitants.
Enjoy a refreshing swim at the Babinda Boulders, an ancient and breathtaking granite gorge created millions of years ago, before returning to Cairns.