Tour ID: 10003693
Combining two unique views of the World Heritage area, via the Skyrail Cableway and the Kuranda Scenic Railway with entry to Tjakukai Cultural park to learn about the original custodians of the area.
Enjoy spectacular and breathtaking views from Skyrail Rainforest Cableway and immerse yourself in the Tropical Rainforest, discover the pioneering history of the Kuranda Scenic Railway and uncover 40,000 years of culture at Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park.
This tour is for passengers who require a coach to pick them up from their accommodation (in Cairns or Cairns Northern Beaches) and return them to their accommodation (in Cairns).
Skyrail and Kuranda Scenic railway operates in almost all weather rain or shine, and is the world's most beautiful rainforest experience.
Tour details are:
One-way Skyrail Rainforest Cableway
One-way Kuranda Scenic Railway
Entry to Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park
Return coach transfer from/to Cairns or Cairns Northern Beaches accommodation (excludes Yorkey's Knob, Holloways and Machans Beaches)
**** From June 2018 to January 2019 works are being undertaken to improve Barron Falls Rainforest Station. Some lookouts and displays will be off limits during this time but views of the Barron Falls will still be accessible. ****
Coach transfer from Cairns or Cairns Northern Beaches accommodation +
Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park Park Entry [Approximately 9:30AM]
One Way Skyrail Experience [Approximately 12:00PM]
Free time in Kuranda Village
One Way Kuranda Scenic Railway [3:30PM service from Kuranda]
Return coach transfer service from Freshwater Connection Railway Station to Cairns or Cairns Northern Beaches accommodation [5:00PM]
[Please click the Route MAP to enlarge]
Diamond View Gondola Skyrail Upgrade: You may like to upgrade your Skyrail journey to a Diamond View Gondola.
Gold Class Train Upgrade: You may like to upgrade from the standard Heritage Class Carriage to the Gold Class Carriage.
Afternoon Tea is included in Gold Class and feature a selection of Queensland and local Tablelands produce such as Gallo Dairyland Cheese, Skybury Coffee, Wondaree Macadamias, Mango to Go (100% pure mango treat), freshly baked muffins, Sirromet wines and Great Northern Brewing Company Super Crisp Lager. (note: Alcoholic beverages not served on Anzac Day 25 April)
Skyrail's gift shops are located at Smithfield and Kuranda Terminals, and stock a wide range of souvenirs, gifts, books, clothing and other merchandise.
At the award winning Tjapukai Gallery you can find authentic Aboriginal boomerangs, paintings, didgeridoos, and artifacts, as well as a huge range of books, Aboriginal CD's, jewellery, clothing, souvenirs, and much more.
The Kuranda Scenic Railway Gift Shop boasts a wide range of historical and Australian gifts including all your Kuranda Scenic Railway souvenirs.
8:30 AM Daily
Your Skyrail coach will collect your from your accommodation and transfer you to Skyrail's Smithfield Terminal for check-in, from here you will commence your day at Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park [located adjacent to Skyrail] followed by your Skyrail Experience to Kuranda and then return by Kuranda Scenic Railway later in the day to complete your experience. Your Skyrail coach transfer will return you to your accommodation from Freshwater Connection Railway Station.
Please advise us of your accommodation in the appropriate field on the booking form. To ensure tours are not delayed, please contact Skyrail (details on confirmation) at least 24hrs prior to travel to find out your relevant hotel pick up time.
Daypacks and fold-up baby strollers can be taken on the cableway. Luggage is not able to be carried on the cableway or coach transfer service.
Child Fares 4-14years.
Infants under 4 years are Free of Charge, however please include them in your booking request to ensure a boarding pass is issued.
Children must be accompanied by an adult while travelling on Skyrail Rainforest Cableway.
Compliment Skyrail Rainforest Cableway and the Kuranda Scenic Railway with a cultural experience at Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park. Located within walking distance of Skyrailï¿½s Smithfield terminal, Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park is a stunning theatrical interpretation of Aboriginal culture from the beginning of time into the future.
Tjapukai's seven separate arenas allow visitors to experience every facet of the rainforest people's culture - from the provocative History Theatre to the inspiring Creation Theatre, and the original Dance Theatre and the interactive Camp Village, where visitors can learn didgeridoo playing and boomerang throwing.
Kuranda Scenic Railway is the original scenic rail journey from Kuranda. This spectacular experience travels over bridges and through tunnels hand-made by North Queenslandï¿½s pioneers over 100 years ago. Traversing the World Heritage listed rainforest of the Barron Gorge National Park this is one of the worldï¿½s great railway journeys.
Skyrail is the Worldï¿½s Most Beautiful Rainforest Experience. A 7.5km cableway, Skyrail glides just metres over the canopy of Australiaï¿½s World Heritage listed Tropical Rainforests. Two mid-stations, Red Peak and Barron Falls, provide the perfect opportunity to explore and learn more about this ancient environment on boardwalks and at the Rainforest Interpretation Centre.
Upgrade to the Diamond View Gondola with glass floor on Skyrail. Subject to availability - we receommend booking at least 10 days prior to travel to avoid disappointment.
Adults: $20.00 | Children: $10.00 | Family: $60.00 | Pensioners: $20.00
Individual seating in lounge style chairs with a dedicated host service provided. Includes a range of refreshments with tasty appetisers and a gift pack. Subject to availability at time of booking - we recommend booking Gold Class at least 10 days before travel to avoid disappointment.
Adults: $49.00 | Children: $49.00 | Family: $196.00 | Pensioners: $49.00
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