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Daintree Rainforest - Cooper Creek Wilderness

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2 Or 4-hour Guided And Interpreted Walking Tours Through The Centrepiece Of The Oldest Rainforest In The World.
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
2333 Cape Tribulation Rd, Cape Tribulation, Queensland 4873, Australia
+61 7 4098 9126
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We did the four hour rainforest walk and one hour crocodile boat trip after. There were only four of us on the walk with the very knowledgeable guide. It seemed everything around was prickly, toxic or both. A fairly flat route with only a few...More

Thank Langley49
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Incredibly knowledgeable guide to the rain forest and the interconnection of all the forms of life and the balance that holds it all together. The walk is gentle, just wear sensible shoes - trainers rather than flip flops. Talk a water bottle ( they will...More

Thank HowardB49
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The tour was very informative. We saw a lot of things we would not have seen without our guide. We also learned a lot about the indigenous people. Arrival is easy. Bring water, some repellent and good shoes. Just personally the tour could have last...More

1  Thank MTTHH
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Wow, just wow. You could stand and stare in one place for ages such is the breathtaking beauty of this place. Im not the worlds biggest nature lover but it took my breath away. As Nike say... just do it

1  Thank chrisforryan
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Words fail me to describe the 4 hour daintree rainforest tour led by Neil today. He is extremely knowledgeable, scientifically accurate, incredibly eloquent in his descriptions, and very passionate about the rainforest, his "private" property, a World Heritage site, and his home for the last...More

1  Thank Sabbasolo
Reviewed October 13, 2018 via mobile

We went on the guided walk with our 2 children aged 6 and 8 and we all loved it. The guide had a lot of knowledge on the trees and the rainforest and we could have listened to him for a full day, so fascinating....More

1  Thank Willemijnv507
Reviewed October 1, 2018

Not the best website to use but I contacted them directly and spent a couple of hours meandering through the stunning world heritage listed Daintree rainforest. We did the Fan Palm Gallery Tour. Our guide was informative and the scenery was breathtaking. I would recommend...More

1  Thank Bev H
Reviewed September 21, 2018

I did the two hour Fan Palm Gallery walking tour through old growth rainforest and it was very interesting and informative. Initially had difficulty establishing communication with them through email and the online form on the Copper Creek Wilderness website, but later called on phone...More

1  Thank paddy999999
Reviewed September 17, 2018

An excellent drive through the forest and see wildlife. a very different forest then need to be there to feel it.More

1  Thank BobBobGolden
DaintreeRainforest, Owner at Daintree Rainforest - Cooper Creek Wilderness, responded to this reviewResponded September 18, 2018

It is an excellent drive through the forest and certainly some are lucky enough to sight a cassowary or any other of a multitude of different inhabitants. As you you have said, you really need to be there to feel it. However, getting out of...More

Reviewed September 16, 2018

easy access to rainforest good way to see some of the natural environment without being hard to access

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June 7, 2018|
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Response from DaintreeRainforest | Property representative |
Hi Justin, DR1 2-hour Grand Fan palm Gallery tour is best with a 1 year old. We can fit you on at 10.00am on Tuesday 31 July. Please confirm your booking through our web site.
Kate S
November 4, 2017|
Response from DaintreeRainforest | Property representative |
As an inhabitant, I prefer this time of the year, particularly if there is heavy rain. Monsoonal rains have historically arrived mid-November, but not for the past six-years. Of course, the temperatures are higher, but in... More
January 9, 2017|
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Response from DaintreeRainforest | Property representative |
It is possible. You would need to specify the date, so that availability can be considered and the tour preference: Either a 2 OR 4-hour guided, interpreted walking tour. As for shoes, flip-flops & stilettos are out. I... More