QUINKAN TO KUKU YALANJI 4WD ROAD TRIP
Immerse yourself in the rich history of the world’s oldest living culture. From Outback to Rainforest, this 5-day journey will explore incredibly preserved prehistoric rock art and journey to the stunning natural beauty of ancient rainforests. Take the time to connect with the true spirituality of Far North Queensland.
Starting your trip with a visit to Tjapukai Cultural Centre is the perfect way to gain a deeper understanding of Australia’s diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. Stay the night at Mt Carbine Caravan Park. If required – caravans can be left in storage here for the 4WD ahead.
Discover the Unesco World Heritage Quinkan Rock Art Site, outstanding both in variety, quantity and quality and included as the top 10 of its type in the world. In the Laura River Valley taste coffee brewed from local plantations.
Explore Cooktown! Meet Nugal-warra Elder, Willie Gordon for a half day Guurrbi Tour. Conquer the spectacular and challenging the Bloomfield Track as you make your way to Cape Tribulation. Along the way marvel at the mysterious Black Mountains; meet the locals at the Wujal Wujal Arts & Cultural Centre; refresh at the Wujal Wujal Falls. Check in and relax at Cape Trib Beach House with a Bonfire on the Beach that night to top off an awesome day.
You can do as little or as much as you want at Cape Trib, we recommend a journey along the mangroves in search of the estuarine crocodile in the morning and ending your day with a Guided Rainforest Walk through the breathtaking Cape Tribulation rainforest in the afternoon.
Return to Cairns travelling through the magical Mossman Gorge in the Daintree National Park. The Janbal Indigenous Art Gallery in Mossman is well worth a visit.
Complete your road trip with a stop off at Cooya Beach for a Kuku Yalanji Cultural Habitat Tour: An experience not to be missed and a beautiful way to end this incredible journey.