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Cape Tribulation, Mossman Gorge, and Daintree Rainforest Day Trip from Cairns or Port Douglas
$133.07 per adult
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Full Day Daintree Rainforest and Mossman Gorge Tour
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3-Day Best of Cairns Combo: The Daintree Rainforest, Great Barrier Reef, and Kuranda
$475.86 per adult
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Cape Tribulation, Mossman Gorge, and Daintree Rainforest Premium Day Tour
$188.98 per adult
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Full Day Tour in the Daintree
$185.04 per adult
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Aboriginal Cultural Daintree Rainforest Tour from Cairns or Port Douglas
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Morning Half Day Tour
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Morning Half Day Tour

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We are the only company that can get you out to the stunning Cassowary Falls. It is only accessible through private property, keeping it nice and quiet for us.
$96.85 per adult
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curls2015 wrote a review Apr 16
Sydney, Australia27 contributions21 helpful votes
The gorge itself is lovely and you can swim there (but be careful as very strong currents!!) The cafe was poor and had no gluten free options so I went hungry. Not great before a 2.5km trek. Eat before you go. They only seem to have plenty of damper.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Shannen l wrote a review Apr 14
Melbourne, Australia5 contributions
Mossman Gorge is very beautiful and well worth experiencing the walking track. You can swim there but we didn't have time. Allow at least 2-3 for the walking trail so you can take your time plus however long you would like to go swimming there for. Most of the staff are traditional owners and they were very friendly. We were on the last shuttle bus and the driver made sure everyone who wanted a ride made it to the bus in time.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Emma wrote a review Apr 3
Cairns, Australia39 contributions10 helpful votes
The boardwalks/bushwalks can only be accessed by taking a shuttle from the Centre to the start of the walks. Centre staff were pleasant and helpful, and could be seen cleaning/sanitising surfaces when not serving customers. The shuttle runs very regularly and there was only a short wait at one end and no wait at the other. The walks are mostly easily accessible and only a moderate level of fitness is required. The rainforest is picture book gorgeous, just what I had expected/hoped it would be.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Davidjamo wrote a review Mar 2021
Melbourne, Australia12 contributions4 helpful votes
Bushwalking at it’s best. An amazingly beautiful place. Loved walking the trails and seeing all the glory of this place. It is low cost and easy to access.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Paul S wrote a review Mar 2021
Healesville, Australia153 contributions15 helpful votes
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One of the sites to visit in FNQ is Mossman Gorge. The experience begins at the visitor centre with cafe, which is fairly new and is used as training facility for First Nations people in tourism and hospitality. Good gift shop selling a range of indigenous arts. The bus trip up to the gorge is suitable for people with disabilities as is the walk along the gradual raised boardwalk to and along the gorge. Beautiful scenery and if you are game to go into the water for a swim it is quite refreshing but heed the signs. Cost of entry includes bush trip
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Date of experience: March 2021
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