Where To See Wallabies in Cairns

Looking to see wallabies in Cairns? These iconic Australian marsupials are a must see for locals and tourists alike! Whether you want to see wallabies in the wild, or hand-feed them in a park, heres where to see wallabies in Cairns. In The Wild Hop on (pun intended) to a Wooroonooran Safaris day tour and…

10 National Parks Near Cairns To Visit

With the Great Barrier Reef on one side and the World Heritage Rainforest on the other, there are many stunning national parks near Cairns to visit! Whether you are dreaming of crystal clear waterfalls, balmy islands, or a bird-watchers paradise, there is a Cairns National Park perfect for you! Get ready to discover the ultimate…

Wooroonooran National Park

Wooroonooran National Park is a Tropical North Queensland national park spanning a whopping 79,500 hectors of Wet Tropics Rainforest. Translating as “Black Rock” in Aboriginal, this Wet Tropics World Heritage area has an abundance of dreamy waterfalls, dense rainforest and the two highest mountains in Queensland. Visitors to this national park often find themselves in…

Estaurine Crocodiles- 15 Terrifyingly Awesome Facts

Estaurine crocodiles are pretty incredible animals! As the largest living reptiles on the planet, these apex predators are amazing and terrifying in equal part. Here’s 15 terrifyingly awesome facts about Estaurine Crocodiles that will have you asking “really?” They Can’t Sweat Although we may be sweating bucketloads when we spot one (after all it’s natural…

Wooroonooran Waterfalls: 8 Waterfalls To Chase

Wooroonooran National Park is 798 km² of pristine World Heritage Rainforest filled with enough stunning waterfalls to please even the most seasoned of waterfall chasers. The highlights? Triple cascades into bright blue pools, infinity pools with sweeping valley views and moss-covered coves. From stunning, popular waterfalls, to secret Cairns waterfalls off the beaten track, here’s the…

The Devils Pools Legend

The Devils Pools is a bright azure pool nestled in sculptural, smooth rock formations.  Although it may look beautiful, the sinister name of this pool equates to its sad and eerie history.  The Devils Pools may indeed be one of the most haunted places in Australia.  Since 1959, seventeen people have lost their lives here. Astoundingly,…