Tully is a small town located between Townsville and Cairns, in the Cassowary Coast region of Queensland.  It’s known for its sugarcane and banana crops as well as being one of the wettest towns in Australia.

We arrive into Tully around lunchtime, grab our bags off the train and head to the picturesque spot ‘Alligator’s Nest’ (no alligators thankfully). Enjoy a dip in this amazing swimming hole surrounded by tropical rainforest. We head deep into the World Heritage listed Tully Gorge National Park where we set up camp. We have a BBQ dinner, check out some of amazing wildlife and tell stories around the campfire.

We rise early for breakfast and then head out for an interpretative work with an indigenous guide to learn about how the traditional use of the land and forest.  You then have the option to join in on the incredible Tully Rafting trip with Raging Thunder or head back into Tully to jump on the train up to Cairns.

This special Rainforest Experience is only $120 for camping, dinner, breakfast, expert guide, swim in scenic swimming hole, wildlife spotting,  and interpretative walk with an indigenous guide to learn about the traditional use of the land. Opportunity to join in on a rafting trip in the morning before departure. There is also an accommodation only option at Mt Tyson hotel for $35 per person.

 Camp in tents

 Interpretative Walk

 Swimming at ‘Alligator’s Nest’

 Wildlife spotting

grid  Off the grid experience.



MICK Sydney to Cairns
STU  Brisbane to Cairns
KAT Byron Bay to Cairns