Want to experience a unique viewing perspective? Then don’t miss the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway on your visit to Cairns. It is located at the World Heritage listed Barron Gorge National Park just a short drive from the city.
This unique and must-try experience is a 7.5km cableway journey where you will witness the beauty of the World Heritage Rainforest. The tour lasts about 1½ hours for a one way trip or 2-2½ hours for return trips. This includes a 20-minute spending time at each station.
If you are bringing the whole family, Skyrail Rainforest Cableway offers family rates on all packages. This includes the thrilling Diamond View experience. Prepare to be amazed as the Diamond View gives you a unique viewing through the Skyrail’s glass floor. Don’t be afraid to look down as you will surely adore the earth tones, coral sea, rainforest, and tropical landscape.
But if you prefer uninterrupted views, the Canopy Glider gives you just that. Accompanied by one Skyrail Ranger, you and three more riders can get in the open-air gondola which gives you a magnificent 360 degree view of the Tropical North Queensland.
For an even more breathtaking and exciting journey, why not combine your Skyrail experience with Kuranda Scenic Railway.
This historic train travels through the mountains between Cairns and Kuranda. Being the home to 1200 species of flowering plants and 800 rainforest trees, you will surely witness a spectacular variety of exotic plants as well as unique creatures.
And if you have time, you can combine your Skyrail Rainforest Cableway experience with other packages such as Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, Rainforestation Nature Park and Kuranda Wildlife Experience. These packages offers half and full day tours.
If you really want to experience all of those, you should book your Cairns City accommodation in advance. Koala Court provides a family accommodation in Cairns and is within easy reach from Skyrail Rainforest Cableway.
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