indigenous tours

  • 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.

  • A guide to fishing the Gulf of Carpentaria

    Fishing in the Gulf of Carpentaria is a must-do for many. Catch a barra in the rivers at Burketown or drop a line in the shallow sea off Karumba. Embark on an epic gulf fishing adventure in Tropical North Queensland’s.

  • Adventure North Australia

    Adventure North Australia is a small company with a great reputation. Recognised worldwide as Queensland’s Aboriginal Touring Specialist. We are [more…]

  • The Wet Tropics’ Famous Five Precincts and a guide to exploring them

    If you’re looking to connect with nature and discover a rainforest that’s the oldest, longest and largest in Australia, go behind the foliage with this guide to the five precincts of the Wet Tropics.

  • The Bloomfield Track

    Drive the beautiful and wild Bloomfield Track from Cape Tribulation to Cooktown – a bucket-list drive for all 4WD enthusiasts.

  • The Great Barrier Reef Drive

    Welcome to the loveliest little drive in Queensland. Short but oh-so-sweet, the Great Barrier Reef Drive covers just 140km in a straight line north from Cairns to Cape Tribulation.

  • The Savannah Way

    The Savannah Way is an epic, two-state, one-territory, 3,700km journey across the top of Australia. You can take a section of the drive in Tropical North Queensland between Cairns on the coast and Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park close to the Northern Territory border – a distance of about 1,700km.

  • 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…]

  • Luxury places to rest your head

    Escape to luxe island hideaways, indulgent outback retreats or tranquil ancient rainforests. Kick off your shoes, take some much needed R&R and discover the unique landscape of Tropical North Queensland.

  • Old town young heart: your guide to Yungaburra

    It’s no coincidence the Atherton Tablelands village of Yungaburra attracts visitors from far and wide. This village, 1200m above sea level, translates to Meeting Place in local indigenous dialect – and the trail of headlights coming from Cairns each weekend proves it.