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Kuranda Riverboat Cruise

45 minute River Cruise in Kuranda
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  • See Freshwater Crocodiles
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Kuranda Riverboat Cruise:  "The best kept secret in Kuranda"  Just a short walk from the Kuranda Train and Skyrail Stations are the calm waters of the beautiful upland Barron River.  This 45 minute Riverboat cruise provides great photographic opportunities whilst your local guides share their vast knowledge of this unique area.  The river is home to a host of wildlife including freshwater crocodiles, turtles, snakes, water dragons and fish together with over 100 species of tropical birds...more info

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The Gulf Savannah region has one of the most unique landscapes in the world, comprising of golden grasslands, native Aussie wildlife, mining heritage, great rivers and stunning outback landscapes. The Undara lava tube system is one of the longest in the world, attracting a whole variety of wildlife. Without a doubt, the best time to experience native Australian wildlife at Undara is during the summer months. Whilst it can be warmer and more humid at this time of year, if you’re an animal enthusiast, it is definately the time for you to visit with the best times for viewing at dawn and dusk.

Each evening between December and March, a fascinating event takes place at Undara... Undara’s population of microbats – estimated at around 250,000 in total – fly out from deep within the lava tubes to search the volcanic landscape for insects. As they emerge, snakes hanging in trees at the entrance to the tubes strike out to capture the bats as they fly past. Visitors can choose to go right to the entrance and get up close to the action!

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Undara Wildlife at Sunset Tour

 

Tarzali Lakes is the home to the Australian Platypus Park, where you will find a thriving platypus population. This is the best place to spot platypus with sightings on a regular basis. Platypus are solitary animals that only come together to mate. They are shy and wary, usually venturing out only in the early morning and evening. The platypus is one of only two Mammals which lay eggs and is probably the most ancient and unusual mammal on earth.

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Tropical Horizons Wildlife & Paronella Park

 

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