Daintree Rainforest - Cooper Creek Wilderness

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Daintree Rainforest - Cooper Creek Wilderness

Daintree Rainforest - Cooper Creek Wilderness
5
Nature & Wildlife Areas • Forests
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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2 or 4-hour Guided And Interpreted Walking Tours Through The Centrepiece Of The Oldest Rainforest In The World.
Suggested duration
More than 3 hours
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Sam X
4 contributions
Dec. 2021 • Couples
Wow, wow ,wow !!

I have been to Cape tribulation 4 times and this is the best tour bar none.

This adventure through the rainforest is Amazing.
The beauty was breathtaking, but more importantly I left feeling challenged and a changed person. I now feel that I have a responsibility to help insure the future of our ecosystems.
Only once in a lifetime will you meet someone like Neil. I waited on every word he said.
His knowledge surpasses anybody I have ever met.
We did the 4 hour walk and time literally flew. My partner and I had such a good time.
The walk wasn't that strenuous and would be suited to people of all ages.

Thank you Neil.

You have changed my life !!!! 🙂
Written 30 December 2021
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Michael
Rockhampton, Australia1 contribution
Dec. 2021 • Couples
A special walk with Angie around her wilderness. It was wet underfoot but that didn’t matter. Close and personal views of their resident Cassowary Tiger and his chicks. The chance to follow a trail with all its unexpected discoveries. The knowledge of the ecosystems was a very pleasant and educational experience. I would recommend this over the other local tours we have taken.
Written 30 December 2021
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Murray H
Brisbane, Australia168 contributions
Sep. 2021
We enjoyed a fantastic two hour walk in pristine ancient rainforest with Angie as our guide. Her knowledge, enthusiasm and love of the area was very evident and we learnt so much during our walk. Angie was able to point out birds, insects, trees and fruits that we would never have spotted on our own and provided a lot of interesting information on everything we saw. We were also very lucky to spot 3 cassowaries which was very exciting and a real thrill to see these majestic birds in the wild.

The whole family (including the 3 teens) loved this experience. The walk was one of the highlights of our 2 week trip and gave us a real insight into the rainforest and local area. Highly recommended - a must do!
Written 10 October 2021
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John D
Carrara, Australia22 contributions
Oct. 2021 • Family
We did the 4 hour walking tour with our 13 & 8 yr olds. Neil's knowledge of the habitat and the local traditions was exceptional. The way he presented this to us on the tour was second to none and made the information not only easy to understand but gave us a whole new understanding of the rainforest and the ways in which we interact (or should) with this time honoured landscape. You can clearly see his passion for the area and the first land owners. This is one tour you should do when here.
Written 6 October 2021
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Peter R
Buderim, Australia2,158 contributions
Sep. 2021
We initially went on the walk but my wife got a bit overheated so we went back to the hotel. On our way back we saw a 2 meter tall cassowary up close so it was a fabulous walk after all.
Written 30 September 2021
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Rachael B
8 contributions
Sep. 2021 • Friends
We visited for a 2 hour walk and enjoyed every minute. Neil presented the rainforest in a remarkable way that enabled our understanding to expand immensely. Neil’s knowledge of the rainforest, indigenous culture and active conservation is mind blowing.
Written 28 September 2021
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Sue
Victoria, Australia1 contribution
Jul. 2021 • Couples
A deep immersion into the oldest rainforest in the world - a truly special experience. We usually don't do guided activities, preferring to wander in nature ourselves. However, we did the 4-hour guided walk with Neil and it was the best thing we did up here in the Daintree. Neil's knowledge of local ecology and the interface between this and traditional indigenous owners and his heart felt communications were second to none.
Written 29 July 2021
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Sinead H
1 contribution
Jul. 2021 • Couples
This tour was without a doubt the highlight of our stay in Cape Tribulation. Neil’s knowledge of and love for the rainforest is unrivalled. We learnt so much about the ecology and the ways in which the Kukuk Yalangi people were (and still are) integral to the systems of this ancient rainforest. A must do for those who want an authentic and non-commercial Daintree experience!
Written 14 July 2021
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Ben S
1 contribution
Jul. 2021 • Couples
We spent 5 nights in Cape Tribulation and this was the clear highlight. Neil has such incredible knowledge of both the rainforest and its species - we also saw two cassowaries.

He has many great insights and stories of how species work together in mind boggling ways to ensure the health of the forest. He also similarly has a deep insight and respect for the indigenous history and their role in managing the landscape which now missing, is in many ways contributing to the degradation of the rainforest.

We left with a strong appreciation for the forest and a clear (non preachy and demonstrable) sense that current Australian laws fall short of ensuring the future of this incredible natural wonder.

The tour did not feel commercial and instead was a real chance to experience and learn about the rainforest in a genuine way with a small group.
Written 13 July 2021
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Virginia H
Brisbane, Australia5 contributions
Jul. 2021 • Couples
This is a terrific walk. The person guiding the walk is exceptionally knowledgeable. We really enjoyed it.
Written 10 July 2021
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