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Great Barrier Reef

Discover one of the seven natural wonders of the world. We have trips to suit all people whether you are a first time snorkeler, experienced diver or just wanting to sit on a stunning sand cay.

Kuranda Train & Skyrail

Travel on board the world famous Skyrail Rainforest Cableway and Kuranda Scenic Railway to explore the Kuranda Heritage markets where you can find unique Australian treasures.

Daintree National Park

Considered to be the world’s oldest continually evolving rainforest, The Daintree National Park or Cape Tribulation is home to some of the rarest and most endangered animal or plant life anywhere on the planet.

Atherton Tablelands

Swim in pristine waterfalls, visit 600+ year old trees or maybe go for a trek around an extinct volcano. These are a few of the activities available on these trips to the beautiful Atherton Tablelands.

Adventure Activities

Calling all adrenalin junkies, Skydive on to stunning beaches, feel the rush of rafting grade 4 rapids, bungy off of Australia’s only Bungy Tower, just a few of the adventure activities to check out while in Cairns.

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Silverswift Outer Barrier Reef

Silverswift Outer Barrier Reef

It was a beautiful day; we checked in at the Reef Fleet Terminal at the Great Adventures counter around 8am then made our way to the boat. Tea and coffee and breads were served as guests boarded.  The trip out to the first reef site took about 90 minutes. When we arrived we got ourselves ready and snorkelled from the back of the boat.

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Quicksilver Great Barrier

Quicksilver Great Barrier

This pontoon is a stable platform that sits on Agincourt Reef on a section of reef called Ribbon Reef, right out on the Continental shelf (the drop off!). The awesome thing with this day trip is it leaves at 10am… woo hoo! Sleep in! There wasn’t really a sleep in for me and for anyone else getting the shuttle service buses from Cairns which depart around 8am. This makes this an ideal reef option for anyone staying in Port Douglas, well in holiday mode and can’t deal with early mornings.

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