Rainforestation Nature Park- Reopening Saturday June 13th

We are thrilled to announce we will be reopening our park June 13th. During this time, the safety of our guests, team and the public is our priority. The numbers of daily visitors will be limited, and social distancing guidelines will be strictly enforced at all our attractions.

Pre-booking is recommended as there are limitations to how many people can be in the parks at any one time, bookings will open soon. Due to COVID-19 restrictions all tours and presentations will be altered. .

We are so excited to welcome all our CaPTA Group Annual Pass members and all other locals back into our attractions. Our whole team (including the wildlife) are looking forward to returning to the new “normal”.

Now, more than ever, we need the community to support us and we hope we can offer some much-needed adventures in your own backyard. To Check out our locals rates click here 

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Opening times are subject to change. To view our latest update click here.

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Rainforestation Nature Park

Rainforestation Nature Park is an award-winning attraction located in Far North Queensland, amidst the Kuranda rainforest.

We are 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.

In the Kuranda rainforest near Cairns, explore the rainforest on an authentic World War 2 Army Duck and learn about local rainforest flora and fauna. Splash into the lake and be mesmerised when this amphibious vehicle becomes a boat.

Discover the world’s oldest surviving culture with the Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience. Watch a traditional dance performance, spear presentation and be blown away by the didgeridoo. Test your boomerang playing skills! The Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience has recently won the 2019 Queensland Tourism Award in Gold for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Tourism.

Meet an abundance of iconic Australian animals in the Koala & Wildlife Park, including Koalas, Dingoes, Tasmanian Devils, Crocodiles and the endangered Cassowary and Lumholtz’s Tree Kangaroo. You can even hand-feed wallabies and kangaroos.

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Watch this video to learn more about Rainforestation and the famous Army Ducks!

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