Daintree Rainforest

Introducing our full-day Daintree Dreaming – Aboriginal Art & Culture and Daintree Dreaming – Traditional Aboriginal Fishing tours, both offering travellers a glimpse into the unique lives of the Kuku Yalanji people, the Indigenous people of Mossman country in Queensland’s tropical north. Departing from Cairns and Cairns beaches, each tour provides the opportunity to explore the World Heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest on a dreamtime journey, discovering Ngadiku (Nar-di-gul) as well as how bush soaps are made, how to identify bush-tucker and how native plants have been traditionally used. Uncover art and culture with a visit to the Yiki people’s protected Janbal Aboriginal Art Gallery, or grab a spear and hunt for mud crabs and periwinkles at the Kuku Yalanji traditional fishing grounds on Cooya Beach as part of the Aboriginal Fishing tour.

Daintree Dreaming – Traditional Aboriginal Fishing


SEIT Tours offers the Daintree Dreaming fishing tour, immersing participants in Aboriginal culture. The tour includes traditional fishing, rainforest walks, lunch, and insights into the Kuku Yalanji people’s heritage. It operates from Cairns and Port Douglas, catering to ages 4 and above, with prices starting at $388.

Daintree Dreaming – Aboriginal Art & Culture


Daintree Dreaming offers a full-day Aboriginal art and culture tour, led by Kuku Yalanji guides. Explore the Daintree Rainforest, enjoy lunch at Mayi Café, and create art at Janbal Aboriginal Art Gallery. Tours operate in Cairns and Port Douglas, featuring indigenous storytelling and cultural experiences.

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