Free cancellation option available for all tickets
About: Mamu Tropical Skywalk
Mamu Tropical Skywalk is an elevated walkway, cantilever, and observation tower located outside of Wooroonoon National Park near Innisfail, Australia. From the Mamu Tropical Skywalk, visitors can explore the flora and fauna of rainforest safely from the forest floor to the canopy, and be rewarded with sweeping vistas from the top of the skywalk.
José Paronella arrived in Australia from Catalonia in Spain in 1913. For the next 11 years, he worked, cutting sugar cane initially, then purchasing, improving, and reselling cane farms. In 1924 he returned to Spain and married Margarita in 1925. The trip back to Australia was their honeymoon. José first saw this 13 acres of virgin scrub along Mena Creek in 1914.
He eventually purchased it in 1929 for just £120 and started to build his gardens and reception centre for the enjoyment of the public. Visitors can now take several tours on the grounds and learn the history of this beautiful place in North Queensland, Australia.
Cairns Aquarium is a state-of-the-art public aquarium in Queensland, Australia. It's home to over 15,000 specimens of beautiful aquatic wildlife and reptiles which are spread across 10 diverse ecosystems. Among its amazing range of marine biodiversity are rare species such as the emerald tree monitor, Jardine River painted turtle, ribboned pipefish, and scalloped hammerhead shark.
Cairns ZOOM and Wildlife Dome is an adventure and wildlife park located in the Reef Hotel Casino in Cairns' city centre. Visitors can take part in high-octane activities like zip lining, while also seeing native Australian animals.
Skyrail Rainforest Cableway is located in Smithfield, Queensland – roughly a 15 minute drive from Cairns. The Cableway is a gondola that runs from Smithfield to Kuranda and passes over the Barron Gorge National Park.
Frankland Islands Reef Cruises is the only company permitted to visit Normanby Island, with visitors restricted to 100 per day, ensuring an air of exclusivity to your trip.
These exclusive day tours include snorkelling, lunch and guided island walks led by marine experts. Certified dive options are available, as well as semi-submersible and glass bottom boat tours, kayaks and stand-up paddleboards. Crossing to the island takes 30 minutes, the shortest travel time of all Cairns Great Barrier Reef trips.