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Daintree Rainforest - Cooper Creek Wilderness

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2 Or 4-hour Guided And Interpreted Walking Tours Through The Centrepiece Of The Oldest Rainforest In The World.
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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2333 Cape Tribulation Rd, Cape Tribulation, Queensland 4873, Australia
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Reviewed 4 days ago

I did the two hour Fan Palm Gallery walking tour through old growth rainforest and it was very interesting and informative. Initially had difficulty establishing communication with them through email and the online form on the Copper Creek Wilderness website, but later called on phone...More

Thank Paddy M
Reviewed 1 week ago

An excellent drive through the forest and see wildlife. a very different forest then need to be there to feel it.More

Thank BobBobGolden
DaintreeRainforest, Owner at Daintree Rainforest - Cooper Creek Wilderness, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

It is an excellent drive through the forest and certainly some are lucky enough to sight a cassowary or any other of a multitude of different inhabitants. As you you have said, you really need to be there to feel it. However, getting out of...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

easy access to rainforest good way to see some of the natural environment without being hard to access

Thank 2012Deb
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Our tour was equally informative and entertaining. Highly recommended. We went on the short walk and it was truly awesome. It was exactly what my family wanted for a visit to such a special place - a tour guide that with deep knowledge and respect...More

Thank Anthony S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We took the 2 hour walk lead by the wife. So much knowledge was shared. We were also able to see a cassowary which is an endangered bird in that area. We learned about the history of the rainforest and the delicate balance required. I...More

Thank ABF67002
Reviewed 15 August 2018

Do it. It's a beautiful walk deep into the Daintree, and it doesn't take much walking to get into well established wilderness. The tourguide has deep knowledge, passion and humour and can capture the imagination with his stories. We had an environmental scientist on the...More

Thank Sonya S
Reviewed 7 August 2018

We enjoyed our small group tour with Wonder Tours and even went for a swim in Copper Creek after our lunch at the lodge. Our guide was extraordinary, knowledgeable and fun, too

Thank 5-25-kc
Reviewed 6 August 2018

Make sure you visit both the coastal rain forest and the inland rain forest. Saw a couple of wild wallabys, lots of wild birds with the highlight being a cassowary from about 20 feet away. The diversity of the rain forest is amazing, really enjoyed...More

Thank trekrider2300
Reviewed 3 August 2018

The characterful and jocular guide tooks us around his garden sort of for a stand around two hour travail. The trees in situ: decompositional. paleobotanical, descriptive but without vertebra or a trail-walk of duration or effect. However it was informative, intimate in effect, playful, creative,...More

Thank Bardangas
Reviewed 26 July 2018

Such a nice but deadly place to visit, croc tours were fantastic and the boat trip to the reef was so much funMore

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DaintreeRainforest, Owner at Daintree Rainforest - Cooper Creek Wilderness, responded to this reviewResponded 28 July 2018

Travellers encouraged to depart for the Daintree Rainforest after breakfast, from the dormitory centres of Cairns and Port Douglas, arrive at the Daintree Ferry crossing en-masse, causing congestion and queues that can extend for long periods (sometimes over 2-hours). Because the day has a common...More

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JustinWoj
7 June 2018|
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Response from DaintreeRainforest | Property representative |
Hi Justin, DR1 2-hour Grand Fan palm Gallery tour is best with a 1 year old. We can fit you on at 10.00am on Tuesday 31 July. Please confirm your booking through our web site.
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Kate S
4 November 2017|
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As an inhabitant, I prefer this time of the year, particularly if there is heavy rain. Monsoonal rains have historically arrived mid-November, but not for the past six-years. Of course, the temperatures are higher, but in... More
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cailinruadh
9 January 2017|
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It is possible. You would need to specify the date, so that availability can be considered and the tour preference: Either a 2 OR 4-hour guided, interpreted walking tour. As for shoes, flip-flops & stilettos are out. I... More
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