From the Event Organizer:
Venture into the rainforest of the Atherton Tablelands with an expert guide to observe Australian native animals in the wild. From Cairns, travel into the World Heritage-listed Wet Tropics of Queensland to observe kangaroos, lizards, and possums by daylight, then continue after sundown to look for nocturnal critters like the elusive platypus and Lumholtz tree kangaroo. Enjoy afternoon tea at Lake Barrine and dinner at a country restaurant. This small-group tour is limited to 11 people, which ensures a more personalized experience with your guide.
Guided wildlife–spotting tour of Atherton Tablelands rainforest.
Follow interpretive rainforest walking trails to see native wildlife in their natural environment.
Look for animals such as the shy platypus, Lumholtz tree kangaroos, and tree frogs.
Enjoy afternoon tea at Lake Barrine, a natural volcanic crater lake.
Go platypus spotting at dusk.
Enjoy dinner at a country restaurant.
Small-group tour with a maximum of 11 participants provides a more intimate experience.
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