The Targa Great Barrier Reef is coming to Kuranda! Race to Rainforestation this Father’s Day for Targa, tropical wildlife and tasty breakfast treats!
Start Dad’s Day off with a buffet breakfast at Rainforestation’s and enjoy Aussie classics including gourmet pork sausages, eggs and seasonal fruit platters.
Enjoy the first ever Targa event in Queensland from our prime viewing spot! Watch as hundreds of exotic supercars race up the range and zoom past Rainforestation at over 100km
Finish this Father’s Day extravaganza with a visit to our Koala and Wildlife park, where you can meet and interact with a number of Australian animals. Hand-feed a kangaroo, meet our dingoes Ned & Kelly or take a peek at the endangered Tasmanian Devil.
Best of all, you can get all this for jut $40 per adult and $20 per child!
See The Targa Great Barrier Reef
Photo via facebook.com/TargaGreatBarrierReef
Targa Great Barrier Reef is the first ever Targa Event to be held in Tropical North Queensland! Get a prime view from our spectator area at Rainforestation.
Watch in awe as hundreds of unique and exotic vehicles race round the top of the Kuranda Range and past Rainforestation. With cars varying from historic sports cars to modern supercars, it’s sure to be a spectacle to delight car and racing fanatics of all ages.
Enjoy A Hot Buffet Breakfast
Whilst the cars fuel up and start ascending the Kuranda range, you too can fuel up with a hot buffet breakfast. Our buffet features culinary delights such as gourmet pork sausages and tropical fruit platters and is served in our Colonial Restaurant. The epitome of old school charm, the restaurant offers stunning views of our lake. The buffet breakfast is the perfect way to start Father’s Day!
Free Entry To The Koala & Wildlife Park
Meet our newest resident Jimmy the Lumholtz’s Tree Kangaroo!
Finish your Father’s Day morning with a visit to Rainforestation’s Koala & Wildlife Park. See endangered Australian wildlife such as the Southern Cassowary and Tasmanian Devils. Hand feed free roaming wallabies and kangaroos. Enjoy elevated boardwalks over our 5 metre Estaurine crocodile Jack the Ripper. Meet our cheeky dingoes Ned and Kelly. Or enjoy interrupted views of a number of snakes and lizards in our reptile house.
You can even meet our newest resident Jimmy. This Lumholtz’s Tree Kangaroo recently arrived at Rainforestation from rescue organisation Tree Roo Rescue.
Book Targa Great Barrier Reef: Rally In The Rainforest
Tickets are limited so we recommend booking early to avoid disappointment.
***Bookings are essential to view Targa from Rainforestation. No walk ins***Rainforestation check in is open from 6:30am- 7:00am.
The Kuranda Range will be closed from 6.45am NO EXCEPTIONS. No refunds or cancellations if you are too late to make it up the range.
Limited tickets available. 4 park passes are not eligible for free entry between 6.30am and 9:00am on this day.