KURANDA SCENIC RAILWAY 庫蘭達觀光小火車                                                   Admission

This famous railway winds its way on a journey from Cairns to Kuranda, the village in the rainforest, with Freshwater situated along the line with views of the surrounding mountains. Rising from sea level to 328m, the journey to Kuranda passes spectacular waterfalls and into the stunning Barron Gorge. The journey includes an English commentary and all passengers receive a commentary companion which includes information on the history of the railways construction, a trip map and a map of Kuranda.

HARLEY'S CROCODILE ADVENTURES 哈特利斯鳄鱼農場                                   Admission

Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures is simply the best place to see crocodiles and local wildlife in Tropical North Queensland. With over 2100 metres of timber boardwalks and pathways leading you on a journey of the five distinct zones of this innovative wildlife park. 

CAIRNS AQUARIUM 凯恩斯水族馆                                                                         Admission 

The Cairns Aquarium has been developed to provide a world class venue for seeing and interacting with the incredible plants, animals, and habitats found only in Australia’s Wet Tropics. There are around 15,000 animals from 10 different ecosystems and 71 habitats across Tropical North Queensland showing their ever-changing activities and behaviour.

GREAT BARRIER REEF ADVENTURE CRUISE 大堡礁遊船                                 Admission 

The Outer Great Barrier Reef - a stable reef activity platform is the perfect base for swimmers and non-swimmers to explore. Snorkel and/or Scuba dive, visit the underwater observatory, cruise in a semi-sub, or just relax on the sundeck with a delicious buffet lunch. Come to experience the breathtaking beauty of one of the natural wonders of the world.

TJAPUKAI ABORIGINAL CULTURAL PARK 查普凯土著文化公園                      Admission

Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park is now located in Smithfield at the base of the Skyrail cableway, showcases the 40,000-year-old Aboriginal culture through dance and song. It is both an entertaining spectacle, and an educational experience for everyone. The park is set on 25 acres and combines the latest in theatre and technology. There are interactive tours and activities with Aboriginal people who teach authentic traditional culture and customs.