Group Tours Example Itinerary

Rainforests + Waterfalls + Wildlife + Outback + Indigenous Culture + Beaches

3 day / 2 night Guided Tour – Cape Tribulation and the Atherton Tablelands

Day 1 – Cairns – Cape Tribulation

Depart Cairns
Port Douglas… Here we’ll stop for a walk and swim at the famous 4 mile beach
Crocs… next you have the option to go looking for the famous and scary saltwater crocodiles in the wild!
Then we cross over the Daintree river on the ferry and drive through the oldest rainforests in the world while looking for Cassowaries along the way.
Emmagen Creek swim and Rainforest Walk … enjoy an informative rainforest walk and swim in a freshwater tropical stream!!!
Overnight – Cape Tribulation Beach House

Day 2 – Cape Tribulation – Atherton Tablelands (B)

Free time to enjoy the beautiful beaches or join an optional activity like Jungle Surfing or Horseback riding
Late morning you will journey from Ancient Rainforests through savannah country to visit Granite Gorge, where you will hand feed a colony of wild rock wallabies and walk around the wondrous rock landscapes and boulders on the edge of the Outback
Indigenous Welcome to Country & Smoking Ceremony –Interact and learn from a local Indigenous group and partake in a traditional smoking ceremony
Platypus spotting… go looking for this very cute Australian creature.
Overnight – On the Wallaby Eco Lodge – Yungaburra

Day 3 – Atherton Tablelands – Cairns (B)

A value packed day exploring Highland Rainforest, Giant Fig Trees, Volcanic Crater Lakes and swimming at spectacular Waterfalls of the cool Tropical Tablelands. Be on alert to spot the unique wildlife that inhabit this region!
Tour finishes in Cairns late afternoon

What you get

  • Informative guides
  • Daintree Rainforest walks
  • Port Douglas and 4 Mile Beach
  • Swimming in rainforest creeks, volcanic crater lakes and waterfalls
  • Beautiful lookouts and beaches
  • Granite Gorge & Rock Wallabies
  • Indigenous Welcome to Country and smoking ceremony
  • Platypus spotting
  • All park fees
  • 2 nights accommodation (multi-share)
  • 2 breakfasts

Cost (per person)

10+ people $527
15+ people $383
*Includes 2 nights accommodation (multi share), 2 breakfasts, transport and activities as indicated.
*Allow additional local payment of $75 for lunches and dinners

Optional Extras (per person)

Crocodile Cruise $27
Jungle Surfing $105
Cape Tribulation Horse Riding $110
Night Wildlife Canoeing Tour $40
Cape Tribulation Reef Trip $145
Cairns Accommodation $28/ night
Cairns Reef Trip $174


This tour can be run in reverse or tailored made to suit your groups particular needs. It can be educational and fun! Just let us know what you need and we’ll arrange it for you!

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“MacKillop College has been using the ecotourism services of On the Wallaby Adventures for four years. We use this business to provide our HSC students with invaluable firsthand experiences in Far North QLD as part of our senior geography program. Using On the Wallaby is so easy. All aspects of the tour from accommodation, food, transport and education are provided as part of the package. The tour is specifically tailored to our educational requirements, and all staff provide an exceptional level of service starting from administration through to the tour guides. The educational information and experiences provided throughout the tour are exceptional and provides our students with invaluable information that cannot be gained elsewhere. As part of our tour we use “On the Wallaby Lodge”. This venue is highly suited to student groups, providing comfortable accommodation and excellent meals at a very affordable price. The design of the facility ensures a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and encourages cohesiveness amongst the students. We highly recommend On the Wallaby as a tour and accommodation provider and will continue to use their services for many years to come.” Katrina Hayes -Senior Geography Teacher – MacKillop College Port Macquarie NSW