Cairns Waterfall Wanderers Tour

Cairns Waterfalls Tour. Seriously Beautiful Waterfalls. A fun filled day exploring some of Australia’s most famous waterfalls and the beautiful rainforest of the Atherton Tablelands. Travel from Cairns on our comfortable coaches, pack your towels and your cameras, this is the perfect way to celebrate natural beauty and immerse yourself – literally – in rainforest waters and crater lakes. Travelling south to Wooroonooran National Park, part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, you’ll explore a landscape that represents Australia’s natural origins. Lush green rainforests and an abundance of cascading waterfalls. This Cairns waterfalls tour and the Wet Tropics Rainforest, delivers spectacular scenic vistas, a landscape of rugged mountains, steep ravines, winding rivers, ancient trees and not to mention the 2 highest mountains in Queensland.

A must do for anyone wanting to experience pristine rainforest, cascading waterfalls, crater lakes and stunning panoramas of Queensland’s highest peaks.

Priced from ~ $149
Duration ~ Full Day
Minimum Age ~ N/A
Fitness Level ~ Low



For the Traditional Owners, the Yidinji tribe, this is a place of legends and love stories. A hauntingly beautiful destination and popular swimming spot, at the foothill of Queensland’s highest mountain.


Can you ride the natural rock slide? Yes you can! Walk through the rainforest to discover a beautiful cool pool of fresh rainforest water which flows down from above, over smooth boulders.


Wooroonooran National Park is a diverse landscape dominated by towering mountains, cloaked in thick rainforest. It conceals many rivers and ravines, but you get a glimpse of them at Crawfords Lookout.


Contender for prettiest rainforest waterfall in Australia. Framed by tree ferns, Millaa Millaa cascades over a rock ledge, tumbles past basalt columns and splashes down to a swimming pool below.


Stop in for lunch and a cool beverage at The Top Rail restaurant and bistro in Malanda. This great little local venue has fresh and tasty meals and there’s even a mechanical bull, if you’re keen to try some skills. (Bull is extra cost).


Hidden amongst endangered mabi forest near Yungaburra, the Curtain Fig Tree stands pride of place, as it has for over 500 years. This impressive rainforest giant has roots that drop 15m to the forest floor.


Beautiful crater lake that embodies a peacefulness at odds with its ancient volcanic origins. No water flows in or out of Lake Eacham, which is a natural catchment for rainwater. Refresh your spirit with a swim.


Peterson Creek in Yungaburra on the Atherton Tablelands is home to a healthy population of platypus. Jump off the coach and head to the viewing platform to hopefully be rewarded with a glimpse.

Waterfall Wanderers Tour Rates and Information

Lunch & morning tea are provided. Dietary requirements must be advised at the time of booking. Travel is on a comfortable air-conditioned coach. Optional stops are time dependant and at the discretion of the driver on the day. All times and activities are intended as a guide only and are approximate and subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control (i.e. weather/water). Infants and children are welcome – please see additional information regarding ages below – anyone under 18 years of age must travel with a responsible guardian or adult. If you have any medical conditions you are worried about, please talk to our friendly team.

Rates and Tour Duration

  • Adult
  • Child [2-11 Years]
  • Family [2 Adults 2 Children]
  • Tour Duration
    10 Hours
  • Rates are Valid to

Additional Information

  • Infants & Children
    Please note: Infants can sit on parents' lap (no meals included). Children from 2 - 11 years must have their own seat.
  • Includes
    Comfortable Coach Transfers, Interactive Commentary, Morning & Afternoon Tea & Lunch.
  • Don't Forget
    A sense of adventure and a warm jacket, it can get cold up in the mountains.

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