swimming holes

  • 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 via Port Douglas.

  • The Great Green Way

    Stretching between Cairns and Townsville, this under-the-radar route can be completed in four hours, but is best enjoyed over a couple of days so you can soak up the region’s spectacular natural assets and relaxed friendly vibe.

  • Ponytail Falls

    Nestled in the rainforest along the Tully River, Ponytail Falls is the perfect place to spend those hot, humid days. [more…]

  • Spring Creek Falls

    Hidden away in the secluded Mowbray Valley, Spring Creek Falls is a popular swimming spot amongst the locals. At the [more…]

  • Back Country Bliss Adventures

    Eco-adventure guiding company based in magnificent Port Douglas, offering River Drift Snorkelling, Bush Walks, Jungle Surfing Daintree Day, Four wheel [more…]

  • Things to do in Port Douglas

    Don’t let its flop and drop reputation fool you, there are many things to do in Port Douglas. From hunting with Traditional Owners & exploring the Great Barrier Reef, to river floats & wildlife parks. Here’s how to spend your time in Port Douglas.

  • Things to do on a Sunday in Cairns

    Sunday may be renowned as the day of rest, but you’re in a tropical paradise with a free schedule and an appetite to get out and about. Here’s how to make the most of your Sunday fun day in Cairns.

  • Babinda Boulders

    The Babinda Boulders is a popular tourist attraction and swimming hole surrounded by lush vibrant rainforest. The area is made [more…]

  • Josephine Falls, Wooroonooran National Park

    Josephine Falls is a scenic waterfall fed by rains falling on Queensland’s highest peak, Bartle Frere, which looms above this [more…]

  • Emerald Creek, Dinden West Forest Reserve

    The picturesque Emerald Creek Falls forms a series of cascades over smooth granite boulders and contrasts starkly with the surrounding [more…]