Hey everyone,


We will be away from Wednesday 25th August to Sunday 12th September.
As we’ll have limited access to phone, email and social media we’ll be unable to assist you with tour bookings. Safe and happy travels and we look forward to hearing from you on our return


Thanks

Alicia, Josh and Ryder Masters

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Paluma Rainforest Tour

Paluma Rainforest Tour

Nature awaits you on this journey to Paluma and Little Crystal Creek, surrounded by Wet Tropics World Heritage Rainforest.  

Hear rich and diverse stories about what makes the mountain top village of Paluma so unique. 

Enjoy delicious locally sourced produce for morning tea and lunch. 

Experience a living time capsule; the oldest surviving rainforest on the planet.

Take a dip in the cool, clear waters under the picturesque, heritage-listed stone arch bridge, built by hand in the 1930s, still in service today.  

Small personalised tour in luxury 4wd, local Tour Guides. 

Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. 

Rainforest walks, waterfalls and lookouts.  

Sit back, relax and embrace the natural beauty of the North Queensland Rainforest!


Bookings essential.

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  • Product Code: Paluma Rainforest Tour
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Tour Information

Days Bookings available upon request 
Start Time 8.00am (0800)
End Time 2.30pm (1430)
Departs Townsville
Duration 6 Hours
Price Per Person $299
Inclusions • Complimentary cold water
• Morning tea 
• Lunch  

• Local tour guide 
• National Park entry fees 
What To Bring • Water bottle
• Closed in shoes
• Sun Smart clothing including Hat 
• Swimwear
• Jacket (10 degrees cooler in the rainforest)
• Purchases can be made at Paluma Pottery and Paluma Community Hall 
(if open)
• Snacks

Tags: Adventure, Site Seeing, History, Nature and Wildlife, Swimming, Rainforest, Relaxing, Arts and Culture, Bush Walking, Camping, Yoga

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