Cairns Adventure Group Destinations
Our nine unique companies each offer different experiences in nature. We’ll transport you deep into the rainforest, where hidden treasures are waiting to be explored, and into the saltwater of Trinity Inlet. Our places, your adventures.
Daintree Rainforest – A place unlike anywhere else on earth. Two natural World Heritage sites, side by side, and home to the world’s oldest living culture. You’ll see it all, including Mossman Gorge and Cape Tribulation.
National Parks – Queensland’s highest mountains, world class white-water rafting, pristine waterfalls, crater lakes, rainforest rivers and creeks. Cairns Adventure Group offers an array of outdoor adventure activities and tours, in nature.
Trinity Inlet – It’s the port for Cairns city, it’s our waterfront destination and the playground for our marine tours. Spin and slide on jet boat rides, hire a boat for a fishing adventure or take a cruise for a spot of wildlife watching.
Atherton Tablelands – High in the hills above and behind Cairns lies the Tablelands, a landscape shaped by volcanic activity. A tapestry of farmlands, crater lakes, waterfalls and rainforest, home to ancient trees and unique creatures.
Rainforest Rivers. Volcanic Landscapes. Crater Lakes. Oceanic Inlet. Mangrove Forests. Wilderness Areas. Cairns Adventure Group. Adventures for Everyone.
Trinity InletView More
Mossman GorgeView More
Cape TribulationView More
Cairns WaterfrontView More
Lake EachamView More
Millaa Millaa WaterfallView More
Atherton TablelandsView More
Tully GorgeView More
Josephine FallsView More
Behana GorgeView More
Barron GorgeView More
Russell RiverView More
WHY CHOOSE Cairns Adventure Group
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY
At Cairns Adventure Group, we provide adventures for everyone in the stunning natural and cultural landscape of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. We are committed to preserving and protecting the pristine environments we’re privileged to showcase to visitors. We acknowledge Rainforest Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the Wet Tropics and recognise their connection to this cultural landscape. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and future.