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Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park Entry Ticket

Highlights
  • Discover the ancient traditions of the Tjapukai people at Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park in Cairns
  • Enjoy an authentic Australian cultural experience
  • Enjoy interactive crafts and activities, such as learning how to throw a spear and catch a boomerang
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Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park Entry Ticket
From USD 45.83
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Entry to Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park. Hotel pickup and drop off is not included
USD 45.83
From Cairns hotels
Entry to Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park. Includes pickup and drop-off from Cairns hotels
USD 66.53
From Northern Beaches hotels
Entry to Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park. Includes pickup and drop-off from Palm Cove and Northern Beaches hotels
USD 66.53
Overview
Discover the living history of Australia’s indigenous Tjapukai people with all-day admission to the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park near Cairns. Hear stories of the Dreamtime, watch a corroboree performance and take part in interactive actives such as boomerang throwing, didgeridoo playing and fire making. Immerse yourself in traditional Tjapukai culture during informative talks and storytelling. Hotel transport from Cairns, Palm Cove and Northern Beaches is optional.
What to Expect
Make your way to the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, located a 15-minute drive from Cairns or Palm Cove, or opt for round-trip hotel transport. On arrival, you can choose from a variety of cultural activities, performances and educational talks that immerse you in the traditions of this Aboriginal group as you interact with members of the Tjapukai community.
Learn how to throw a spear, catch a boomerang and make a fire; discover native plants and seeds used in traditional medicine; view murals depicting the Dreamtime,

Please see the Itinerary section below for a complete list of activities included with your admission ticket. Allow a minimum of three hours to fully enjoy the offerings at the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park.
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1 - 5 of 46 reviews

Reviewed 4 days ago
Excellent & informative

Came here first before doing the Skyrail trip into rainforest. Didn't know what to expect, but it was fabulous. The reprentatives of the Tjapukai were excellent hosts, providing good introduction to their culture, beliefs and customs. Demonstrations of didgeridoo, spear throwing, boomerang throwing, dance, food...More

Thank comingorgoing
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Disorganized

Our family really wanted to enjoy this visit. A very important part of our visit to Australia is learning more of the aboriginal culture, and we devoted half a day in Cairns to Tjapukai. Highlights would be the didgeridoo show and some of the dancing....More

1  Thank ToughRalph
Reviewed 11 July 2018
Fun visit for everyone

We toured with a group of 39 teens and adults. We had a fun time learning about their way of life. They taught us how to throw spears and boomerangs, and everyone had a chance to give it a try. No one was rushed through...More

Thank Brian Q
Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile
Very educational and fun

We visited with our teenagers aged 13 and 16. I thought it was very well done. We even got to try throwing spears and boomerangs, as well as taste testing some bush jams. Our guide was awesome and was happy to answer questions about her...More

Thank Cassie W
Reviewed 5 July 2018
Wonderful Cultural Experience

Our visit to the park was a wonderful education about the life and culture of the native peoples of Australia. We really enjoyed the presentations on native lore, music and dance, and had fun trying to throw boomerangs and spears properly. A really fun and...More

Thank glenn p
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