A 5-day outback expedition to 70,000 acres of remote, breath-taking land, flooded with diverse animal and plant life, waiting for you to explore.Find out More
Broadly each day is broken into 4 parts, guests are welcome to any or all of the activities.
Guided and self guided walks/hikes, trips to distant locations, take a mountain bike for a ride, meet the locals, explore the wetlands, take a helicopter to the crater and national park or lava tubes, observing some of the 60 different bird species that inhabit the area.
A long lunch, generally followed by a siesta, time to rest and reset at main camp, find a hammock, retreat to tent and private deck, sit on the lake’s edge observing the rich bio-diversity, or learn how to make chutney from local produce or the perfect anzac biscuit.
As per the AM, but add swimming, 4WDing, fishing, visits to 80-year-old homestead, a rustic bush orchard, a 100ft waterfall, Kayaking, meeting the workers out on the run, see how the kids do school, animal life galore, both native and domesticated.
Back at camp, an endlessly hot open fire donkey boiler shower washes away the day, before nibbles, dinner, drinks and conversation ensue around the dining table and camp fire. A few steps out from camp and the Milky Way reaches for you from the clear fresh night air. Many hours can be spent just staring out into the universe.
Kinrara National Park is an oasis in an unsuspecting landscape. The ecosystem supports exceptional biodiversity and history, from an extinct Volcano flow and resulting ancient rainforest, unlimited water supply, Indigenous and European Agricultural Settlement to modern day rural life. A rich tapestry of life unfolds, ensuring an immersive and transformative experience for all.Read More
Up to 12 guests will make the 4-hour drive, leaving Cairns, we first up travel up through the World Heritage Listed Rainforest to the west, traversing the Atherton Tablelands down past the once thriving tin and agricultural service town of Mount Garnet, arriving a further 130kms south to Kinrara Station.Contact Us