Cooktown Tours from Cairns and Port Douglas
Operating since 2004
Cooktown is one of Australia’s most exciting new destinations and truly one of Australia’s great last frontiers between “outback” and modern Australia.
North Queensland and in particular the Cooktown region is home to one of the most diverse, historic and scenic landscapes in Australia. From pristine world heritage rainforest to the greatest coral reef in the world along with a rich tapestry of Indigenous culture and fascinating European history.
Locally owned and operated, Adventure North Australia operate 1,2 and 3 4WD Cooktown tours from Cairns and Port Douglas.
If you enjoy history, botany, adventure, getting off the beaten track, seeing the rainforest and the outback, or 4 wheel driving then this is the trip for you.
Our Cooktown tours offer diverse scenery as you travel on one of Australia’s most scenic coastal drives from Cairns and Port Douglas along the Daintree-Cape Tribulation coast where the Great Barrier Reef meets the rainforest, the only place on the planet where two World Heritage areas exist side by side. You will learn about the intricacies of this fragile eco-system as you travel through this remote and beautiful environment.
Our experienced, professional and friendly driver-guides have incredible enthusiasm and extensive knowledge of the north Queensland region around Cape Tribulation and Cooktown.
With a variety of Cooktown tour options Adventure North Australia has something for everyone. A tour with Adventure North Australia will be a journey of discovery.
Adventure North is part of the “The Bama Way”, Aboriginal Journey’s The Bama Way is an innovative partnership which brings together three highly acclaimed Aboriginal-owned and operated tours with Aboriginal tour specialist Adventure North Australia, to offer a series of flexible tour options from Cairns and Port Douglas. Hunt and gather along the mangroves…Hear the messages in the rock paintings… Experience the magic of special cultural places… Come and see this beautiful corner of Tropical North Queensland with the people who have been its custodians for thousands of years.