4WD Eco Safari

Experience North Queensland from a different perspective. Have a great day on this eco-sensitive 4WD Eco Safari. We will take you away from the mass-marketed areas to one of the north’s last wilderness frontiers.

There are no “Touristy Crowds”. No other vehicles (we have exclusive access) and no sealed roads. Just pristine World Heritage Rainforest in Cairns. You will get to experience places not seen on other tours. Journey over the Great Dividing Range into the Australian bush. Explore the outback before heading back through ancient rainforest.

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Pickup from Cairns approx 8 am

Introductions are made so you’ll be travelling with a bunch of mates for the day. After a brief rundown, we head to our first location.

Stoney Creek

We introduce you to the tropical rainforest. Stoney Creek was originally Cairns’ drinking water source. You will be taken on an informative walk along the crystal clear stream. After this refreshing rainforest walk, we start to head up the Great Dividing Range.

City View Lookout

We climb the mountain range, leaving Cairns behind. Stopping in at a lookout, take in spectacular views of the region below right out to the Great Barrier Reef.

Lake Morris

Enjoy morning tea surrounded by this beautiful lake setting. This man-made lake is framed by Lambs Range. Just a small part of the massive Wet Tropics Heritage Listed region.

Dinden National Park

We have exclusive access to unlock the gate and travel into the secluded rainforest. Making our way through this 4WD terrain in the traditional homeland of the Tjapakai people.

Discover plants and animals that no longer exist anywhere else on the planet. The rare Cassowary, Musky Rat Kangaroo, Boyd’s Rainforest Dragon, and the Giant King Fern are found nowhere but here. We will ross over rivers in our 4WD vehicle before arriving at our lunch spot.


Enjoy buffet lunch in the middle of the rainforest. Sitting on the banks of the Clohsey River, it’s a stunning place for lunch you won’t soon forget.

Clohsey River Fig Tree

After lunch, we will take you on a spectacular boardwalk. With beautiful water features and the biggest tree, you will probably ever see! A 900-year-old strangler fig – a true giant of the rainforest.

Aussie Bush

After two river crossings on the 4WD Eco Safari, the rainforest gives way to the outback. The landscape will change dramatically. We are now in the Aussie Bush with gum trees, giant termite mounds and grassy plains. A surprising location to come across the Emerald Creek Ice Creamery. This is a great place to buy a locally made souvenir.

Davies Creek Falls

With another landscape change, we arrive at this amazing location. the waterfall itself is incredible, but you will love our secret natural rock pool at the top of the falls.

Barron Falls

Heading back to Cairns we stop off at the mighty Barron Falls. At 68 m high, it’s truly a magnificent sight.

Pretty Faced Wallabies

Our last stop takes you to a mob of Agile Wallabies. Spend some time for a great photo opportunity for this group of 200 + animals.

We arrive back into Cairns around 5 pm.




  • Informative personalized guided tour
  • No crowds or other vehicles
  • Award-winning tour guide
  • Access to “restricted areas”
  • Genuine 4WD tracks
  • World Heritage rainforest tracks
  • Giant strangler fig trees & cedar (The Red Gold Tree)
  • Real Australian Bush/Outback tracks
  • River crossings
  • Rainforest interpretation & walking trails
  • Wildlife spotting and interaction
  • Morning & afternoon tea
  • Delicious Ploughman’s lunch in unique rainforest surroundings
  • Beautiful rock pools and meandering mountain streams
  • Spectacular views and photo opportunities
  • Pick-up/drop-off from your place of accommodation
  • Full day (8 am – 5 pm) adventure

What to bring

  • Swimwear
  • Sunscreen
  • Sun hat
  • Water bottle
  • Camera
  • Light jacket recommended during the cooler months (June – September).


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