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  •  Cairns Kuranda Rainforestation Nature Park Package (Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience, Army Duck Tour and Koala & Wildlife Park) and Butterfly Sanctuary Entry Ticket

Cairns Kuranda Rainforestation Nature Park Package (Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience, Army Duck Tour and Koala & Wildlife Park) and Butterfly Sanctuary Entry Ticket

  • Cairns
  • English
  • 7 hours (approx.)
  • Free Cancellation
  • 24 Working Hours Confirmation

Standard Inclusions

  • 1. Rainforestation Nature Park Entry Ticket
  • 2. Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience
  • 3. Army Duck Tour
  • 4. Koala & Wildlife Park
  • 5. Ausrtalian Butterfly Sanctuary Entry Ticket with Guided Aviary & Laboratory Tour
From AUD

1 Key Facts


  • 1. Rainforestation Nature Park Entry Ticket
  • 2. Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience
  • 3. Army Duck Tour
  • 4. Koala & Wildlife Park
  • 5. Ausrtalian Butterfly Sanctuary Entry Ticket with Guided Aviary & Laboratory Tour

Not included

  • 1. Transport from/to selected hotels
  • 2. Food & beverages not listed as Inclusions
  • 3. Souvenirs
  • 4. Travel Insurance
Destination Cairns
Depature point ● Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience - Dreamtime Walk^

● Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience - Dance Show^

● Army Duck Tour^

^Reference Only. Subject to change without notice. Please refer to your booking confirmation email for details.
Address Kennedy Highway, Kuranda, QLD 4881, Australia
How to get there ● By Car
- Rainforestation Nature Park (Address: 1030 Kennedy Hwy, Kuranda QLD 4881)
- Australian Butterfly Sanctuary (Address: 8 Rob Veivers Drive QLD 4881)

● By Coach
If you are travelling without a car, it is recommended to booking one of the following day tours that include Rainforestation Nature Park on the itinerary
Operating hours
Rainforestation Nature Park (Daily*) 09:00 - 16:00 Last Tour at 15:00
Australian Butterfly Sanctuary (Daily*) 09:45 - 16:00 Last Tour at 15:15
Australian Butterfly Sanctuary (Anzac Day 25 April) 13:00 - 16:00 Last tour at 15:15
*Christmas Day (25 December) Closed
What to bring/wear ● Appropriate clothing for all weather conditions, eg. jacket for cooler months.
● Comfortable enclosed walking shoes
● Protective clothing, hat, sunscreen lotion, and sunglasses
● Water bottle, Snacks
● Umbrella / raincoat if rains
● Insect repellent
● Camera
● Money / credit card for optional purchases
Other info 【Important Post-Covid Service Information】
- Opening times are subject to change
- Due to COVID-19 restrictions all tours and presentations will be altered.
- Please head to for updated times for Rainforestation Nature Park.

● Ticket Validity
Tickets are valid for 6 months from date of exchange. Guests have to visit all attractions within 6 months from date of exchange. Only single admission to each park.

● No refunds will be given for unused attractions after first visit.

● Rainforestation Nature Park
It is not allowed to bring your own lunch into the park as Rainforestation offers a variety of dinning options in the licensed restaurants.

● Australian Butterfly Sanctuary
It is not allowed to have food or sugary drinks into the aviary as it attracts ants and other predators that may harm the butterflies.

2 Overview

Rainforestation Nature Park is eco-friendly and hosts Army Duck Rainforest Tours (which includes the Tropical Fruit Orchard), Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience and Kuranda’s largest Koala & Wildlife Park. The amphitheatre’s natural setting provides a beautiful backdrop for the Pamagirri Corroboree; a traditional dance performance depicting aspects of indigenous culture including animals, food gathering and hunting. The rainforest serves as the theatre walls whilst sounds of wildlife provide accompaniment to the haunting sounds of the didgeridoo and clapsticks.

The Australian Butterfly Sanctuary is the largest butterfly flight aviary and exhibit in the Southern Hemisphere. Located in the heart of Kuranda, only a short walk from Skyrail and the Kuranda Scenic Railway station, our sanctuary is home to over 1500 butterflies from a variety of species.

Cairns Kuranda Rainforestation Nature Park Package (Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience, Army Duck Tour and Koala & Wildlife Park) and Butterfly Sanctuary Entry Ticket


Rainforestation Nature Park (RFS)

Rainforestation Nature Park is located in Far North Queensland, amidst the Kuranda rainforest. This is an all-weather attraction, home to the Army Duck Rainforest tours on land and water, the Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience and the iconic Australian animals in the Koala & Wildlife Park.

  • Guided Wildlife Park Tour (30 mins)
  • Pamagirri Dreamtime Walk (30 mins)
  • Pamagirri Dance Show (30 mins)
  • Army Duck Tours (45 mins) 


Army Duck Rainforest Tours

Experience the tropical rainforest from a totally unique perspective aboard an amphibious World War II Army Duck or DUKW (colloquially known as Duck).

Rainforestation has twelve of these historical vehicles which hold up to 30 passengers and uses a 6 wheel drive, propeller and rudder. During this 45 minute rainforest tour, the knowledgeable Duck Captain will identify and explain fascinating plants and wildlife as pass by before splashing into the lake for a cruise with more wildlife to be seen.

During the tour, will visit the tropical fruit orchard which features over 60 different species of exotic tropical fruit trees and visitors will learn about fruits of the region and the world.


Koala & Wildlife Park

The Koala and Wildlife Park allows visitors to experience another facet of Australia.

Wander at leisure or join a guided group with experienced Wildlife Keepers. A series of elevated boardwalks provide close-up uninterrupted views of various Australian animals and reptiles.

Handfeed the free roaming kangaroos and wallabies in the landscaped gardens, observe the endangered cassowary, see wombats and lace monitors, and view local snakes and other reptiles.

The star attraction of the Wildlife Park is "Jack the Ripper", a 5 metre saltwater crocodile weighing at 650kgs with a reputation of killing 12 of his girlfriends in times gone by. Jack is kept in his own enclosure with an elevated platform perfect for visitors' safe and close-up viewing.

On the other side of Jack is the fresh water enclosure where a bask of juvenile crocodiles, turtles and lizards sun themselves and casually swim around.


Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience

Australia's Indigenous culture is one of the oldest surviving cultures in the world and Rainforestation Nature Park recognises the importance of preserving and sharing this unique culture.

Local indigenous Pamagirri guides welcome visitors to join them on a journey to discover the Dreamtime and learn about the fascinating customs and ancient traditions that are kept alive in the rainforest of Kuranda, in Tropical North Queensland.

The Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience takes approximately 1 hour which includes both the Pamagirri Aboriginal Dance Show held in the Rainforest Amphitheatre and the Dreamtime Walk conducted either before or after the show.


Dreamtime Walk

This half-hour guided tour along an all-weather walk-way modelled on the Rainbow Serpent gives further insight into aboriginal traditions and beliefs and how several ancient implements were used.

Enter the Pamagirri Cultural Centre at Rainforestation and experience Tropical North Queensland through the eyes of the people who have been its custodians for tens of thousands of years.

Try your hand at boomerang throwing and after a demonstration and a few lessons, you'll be ready to test your skills. The area is specially netted for your safety, as boomerangs do come back!

When observing the spear-throwing, you'll be amazed at the distance the Pamagirri guides can throw spears using a Woomera.  One of the Guides, Jauwa, is listed in the Guinness Book of Records with a distance of 147.75 metres which equates to one and a half football fields!

Discover how the spear was used for hunting (imagine having to catch your own dinner for every meal!) and to uphold traditional law in tribal communities. Thankfully, punishments endured in the past bare no resemblance to those used today.

Indigenous Australians are born entertainers as music and dance are an integral part of this culture and used to pass on customs and traditions.  In the midst of traditional aboriginal dwellings, the guide will explain how didgeridoos are made and used in ceremonies, and then reveal the techniques used to play this haunting ancient instrument by imitating the noises of Australian animals. Listen carefully for sounds imitating Kangaroos or the Kookaburra. It's easier said than done and you'll have a chance to try this yourself after the lesson.


Australian Butterfly Sanctuary (ABS)

Australian Butterfly Sanctuary is the largest butterfly flight aviary and exhibit in Australia - an all-weather experience in the heart of Kuranda. Home to over 2,000 magnificent tropical butterflies, visitors will be enchanted by the aerial dynamics of these elusive wonders of nature as wander through the aviary's rainforest gardens.

All butterflies are local rainforest species, including the electric blue Ulysses and the majestic green and yellow Cairns Birdwing butterflies.

Guided aviary tours detailing a butterfly's life cycle and behaviour are available at no extra cost throughout the day. Be sure to wear something bright (recommend red, white or hot pink) and let these beautiful and colourful creatures flutter all over you as you wander through!

After walking through the aviary, the guide will take you to the breeding laboratory, which houses up to 4,000 caterpillars. This interesting and educational experience provides an opportunity to view at first hand the breeding laboratory through special viewing windows, where you will see the caterpillars in their varying stages of development.


Recommended Schedules


  • Visit ABS in the morning, 12:00 Pamagirri Dance Show, 12:30 Dreamtime Walk, 13:00 Army Duck
  • Visit ABS in the morning, 12:30 Dreamtime Walk, 13:00 Army Duck, 14:00 Pamagirri Dance Show
  • Visit ABS in the morning, 14:00 Pamagirri Dance Show, 14:30 Dreamtime Walk, 15:00 Army Duck Tours


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Cancellation Policy

● If you cancel at least 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. ● If you cancel between 0 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee. ● If no show, no refund.


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