Experience the peace and serenity along the Clohesy River Fig Tree Boardwalk
Travel through three Wet Tropics of Queensland, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Witness the scenic Barron Falls surrounded by rugged peaks and steep gorges
Journey through rainforest creeks in an air-conditioned, late model 4WD vehicle
See large, hidden trees in the rainforest including the giant strangler fig tree
After pickup from your accommodation, begin your journey. Drive up the Kuranda Range, passing through the small village of Kuranda. Enjoy a short driving tour of the village, before continuing to the World Heritage-listed Barron Gorge National Park.
Witness the majesty of Barron Falls, which makes for a great photo opportunity at the stunning Wrights lookout. Heading further west, detour off the bitumen and head onto the Clohesy River Road to begin a four-wheel drive journey.
Wind through the rainforest and over some of the mountains of the Great Dividing Range. View ancient King Ferns before stopping at Clohesy Boardwalk, where your guide will interpret the rainforest surroundings and introduce you to the giant strangler fig tree, which is hundreds of years old.
After leaving the Clohesy River area, make a stop at Davies Creek, where you can go for a swim in the crystal-clear waters. Then, stop to try some local ice cream. Finally, head back toward Cairns via the Wet Tropics World Heritage drive on the Kuranda Range.
Make one last stop at the breathtaking Henry Ross lookout, before returning to your accommodation in Cairns.
Off-roading in a 4WD vehicle
Tropical ice creams
All relevant fees and permits
If you wish to swim at Davies Creek (subject to conditions on the day), bring swimwear and a towel
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund