Experience Far North Queensland

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Far North Queensland is a tropical paradise!

On the doorstep of the World Heritage Listed Daintree Rainforest, you will find kilometres of pristine white sandy beaches. Just beyond the shore is the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park with its colourful display of corals, turtles and fish. The Cairns region is a must-see for innovations in coastal aquaculture and sustainable development. It has also been home to the colourful and friendly Djabugay people for over 40,000 years! Whether you’d prefer a sightseeing adventure or an immersive experience of Aboriginal Australian culture, Second Nature offers a variety of tour options for Special Interest Groups.

What we provide

  • Award-winning facilitators
  • Itineraries and Flyers
  • Transportation options (we arrange flights where necessary and provide options for ground and water transport)
  • Accommodation options (we provide quotes to utilise the most affordable and most appropriate accommodation to suit your needs)
  • Catering options (all food is covered through our fantastic range of reliable third-party providers)
  • Images from the trip

Far North Queensland Tours for Special Interest Groups

Our Special Interest programs are designed for groups of any size who are looking for a unique and tailored travel experience. The experiences are designed to capture a group’s niche interests and can be made to suit all budgets. Some examples of niche categories that our Special Interest Tours to Far North Queensland have catered to previously include:

  • Food Tours
  • Beer/Wine/Cider Tours
  • Adventure Tours
  • Bird Watching
  • Sports Tours
  • Arts Tours
  • Indigenous Australian Cultural Tours

Destination Highlights

  • Participate in the Coral Watch citizen science project on the Great Barrier Reef
  • Swim amongst coral bommies with turtles and schools of tropical fish
  • Visit Cape Tribulation, where the Daintree meets the Reef
  • Fly over the canopy of the Daintree Rainforest in a gondola
  • Visit the Sciacca’s ecoganic banana farm and learn about their unique approach to sustainable farming
  • Live amongst an Australian Indigenous community just outside of Cairns
  • Spend a day at Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park
  • Visit the “green” region of Smithfield to investigate sustainable development
  • Enjoy day tours and overnight expeditions to Fitzroy and Green Island

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Example Itinerary: Rainforest to Reef Tour

Below is an example itinerary with a focus on environment and culture in Australia

Day 1 Arrive in Cairns. Art galleries and Night Market
Day 2 Butterfly Sanctuary, Kuranda Markets, Army Duck Tour, Pamagirri Experience and Skyrail
Day 3 Glass-bottomed boat and snorkeling on Great Barrier Reef
Day 4 Lake Barrine, Lake Eacham, Cathedral Fig, Curtain Fig, Millaa Millaa Falls, Paronella Park
Day 5 Cape Tribulation, Kuki Boardwalk, Mossman Gorge, Daintree River Cruise
Day 6 Jungle Surfing, Alexandra Range Lookout, Myall Beach, Port Douglas and return to Cairns
Day 7 Cairns lagoon and shopping precinct