Wottaview tours operate day tours of Tropical North Queensland’s World Heritage from Wallaman Falls north to Josephine Falls and west to the Atherton Tablelands. They take you to the places the other tours don’t via the back roads and are the only tour company operating to the stunning Blencoe Falls.
Wottaview Tours also operate camping tours to the Gulf Savannah, taking the back roads whenever possible. From April to October, they operate their three and four-day Gorges and Lava Tubes tour visiting the amazing Cobbold Gorge, Copperfield Gorge and Undara Lava Tubes. Wottaview Tours also conduct a two-day tour to the Chillagoe Caves all year round, weather depending. All inland tours leave from the coast and travel through the world heritage rainforest with unforgettable stops along the way – with great scenic photographic opportunities and chances to swim at some waterfalls. They offer cheaper tours using their deluxe dome swags. However air-conditioned cabins can be booked on these tours. Two-day swag only tours are also offered for Blencoe Falls, Wallaman Falls, Cochable Creek, Murray Falls, South Johnstone Creek, with four and five day Porcupine Gorge and Wairuna National Park tours. Tours leave from Tully, Mission Beach, Cardwell and also out of Cairns.
Service TypesAdventure and Outdoors Tours Nature and wildlife
MembershipRegional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre
From $110 to $155
We travel inland through the green paddocks of the coast and start to climb the Palmerston Highway which runs through Wooroonoonan National Park. Turning off the highway we travel the gravel K Tree road with overhanging rainforest and trees. A swimming opportunity at the South Jonhstone river crossing before we loop back through the enclosed road to the highway. Climbing the range to the Atherton Tablelands. We have too many locations to visit in one day but this helps us deal with the weather changes and keeps it fresh by changing locations.
The tour includes –
– Waterfall viewing and swimming,
– Crater Lakes,
– Rainforest walking tracks and boardwalks
– Fig trees – Cathedal or Curtain Fig tree
– Spectacular lookouts
Meals are not provided but we stop at Platypus Park Cafe for lunch.
What to bring –
Sturdy footwear for walking
Hat, sunscreen or sun protective clothing
Apply insect repellent of your choice before the tour.
Water or non alcoholic drinks.
Swimming wear, towel and dry clothes.
A raincoat if it looks like it may be a wet day.
Meals are not provided but can be purchased at Australian Platypus Park cafe.
Disabled AccessFamily Friendly