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  • Jarramali Rock Art Tours

    Immerse yourself in an authentic, Aboriginal cultural experience like no other. Through hidden rock art, unravel the ancient stories of [more…]

  • Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park

    Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park is the ultimate place to experience the rich and ancient cultures unique to Australia’s Aboriginal and [more…]

  • Culture Connect – Aboriginal Experiences

    Culture Connect specialises in intimate, genuine Aboriginal cultural experiences with Indigenous Traditional Owners on their homelands. Offering tours, private charters [more…]

  • Cairns Art Gallery

    The Cairns Art Gallery is one of Australia’s leading public galleries recognised for the excellence of its programs and collections [more…]

  • Cairns Museum

    The Cairns Museum has amazing stories to share about living in the tropics. Stories of heat, sweat and hard work. [more…]

  • Highlights of Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF)

    CIAF is one of Australia’s premier Torres Strait Island and Aboriginal art events including an ethical art market, cultural performances and more.

  • Top Scenic Flights

    From scenic flights over the Great Barrier Reef and the tropical rainforest to flying to an ancient aboriginal rock art site or undertaking an epic helicopter pub crawl, take to the sky on your Tropical North Queensland adventure.

  • 15 ways to connect with Indigenous culture

    Tropical North Queensland is the only region in Australia with two distinct Indigenous cultures, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander. Connect with these ancient cultures 60,000 years in the making.

  • Experience an incredible Aboriginal rock art tour

    Discover what true connection to country feels like at a 20,000-year-old Aboriginal rock art gallery with Jarramali Rock Art Tours. Fly in via a scenic helicopter or jump in a 4WD with a Traditional Owner guide for the full overnight experience.

  • The Rainforest People of Kuranda

    Known as the colourful village in the rainforest, Kuranda has a much deeper history that stretches way beyond its famous quirky markets. Learn more about the Indigenous people who have called Kuranda home for at least 10,000 years.