Cooktown Wanderer + Aboriginal Rock Art Tour - Cairns


Day 1:
You will be collected from your accommodation by our travel partner Billy Tea Bush Safaris.Travel north along the scenic route to the majestic Daintree River for a one hour river cruise. We ascend the Alexandra Range and pause for a panoramic view of World Heritage Tropical Rainforest. Experience the rainforest on our elevated National Park Boardwalk. A delicious barbecue lunch is served while you have the opportunity to hand feed a kangaroo. We travel to pristine Emmagen Creek and time for a refreshing rainforest stream swim. Enjoy tropical fruit, a complimentary glass of wine and a cup of traditional Billy Tea. Overnight Cape Tribulation

Day 2
You will be collected from your accommodation at 10.30am by Adventure North Australia.
Your experienced guide will enlighten your journey with stories and history as you continue by 4WD on the Bloomfield Track. This will take you through some of the most incredible scenery in the country as you cross rivers and climb mountain ranges.
Our lunch stop is at the famous Lion's Den Hotel. Continue to the unique geological oddity of Black Mountain, surrounded in mystery and ancient Aboriginal legend, before arriving at Cooktown. Enjoy spectacular panoramic views from Grassy Hill of the Coral Sea, Cooktown and the Endeavour River. Overnight Cooktown

Day 3:This morning you will be collected by Nual-warra Elder Willie Gordon of Guurrbi Tours. Willie takes guests to his ancestral rock art sites. Here he shares the stories behind the art and explains how the paintings speak of the essence of life and lores of his people. The Rainbow Serpent Rock Art Tour takes you through a dramtic landscape to six rock art sites, including the Rainbow Serpent Cave and an ancestral Birth Site.
Return to Cooktown for some free time before departing via the Mulligan Highway as we follow the Great Dividing Range through cattle country and the Outback of Far North Queensland.
Arriving late eveing to your accommodation. Cooktown Wanderer + Aboriginal Rock Art Tour