Rainforestation Nature Park

  • Address

    2 Kennedy Highway
    Kuranda, 4881, Australia

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Rainforestation Nature Park

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Capacity:  20 to 2000 people

Set amongst pristine World Heritage Rainforest, Rainforestation is a major Tropical North Queensland tourist attraction combining an iconic Australian wildlife park, authentic Indigenous cultural performances with the Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience and rainforest viewing from an authentic World War II Army Duck. The Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience offers an authentic insight into Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture – a traditional dance performance depicting aspects of Indigenous culture including animals, food gathering and hunting. Try your hand at boomerang throwing, observe spear throwing and hear your Pamagirri Guide play the didgeridoo, an ancient instrument.


Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities can also be incorporated across the park including:

Wildlife rest area maintenance – Clear, and refurbish safe park wildlife refuge areas
Rainforest Habitat regeneration – Planting, mulching, weeding, plant guard construction and install
Nesting box builds for native birds/bats
Building Maintenance for art centre for indigenous youth
Beehive building for native bee colonies

Reach out and see how they can combine CSR activities with other experiences.


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Rainforestation Nature Park

2 Kennedy Highway
4881, Australia

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  • Carpark

  • Wifi

  • Outdoor furniture

  • Public toilet

  • Facilities bar

  • Non smoking

  • Family friendly

  • Coach parking

  • Picnic area

  • Cafe

  • Kiosk

  • Shop

  • Outdoor dining area

  • Alfresco-outdoor dining