ATTRACTIONS
Tropical North Queensland is rich with attractions, both of the natural and the cultural kind. On this page, we've compiled something of a 'best of the best'... our top votes from all the great things that visitors come here to see. From the obvious natural attractions of the Great Barrier reef, the Wet Tropics Rainforest and the stunning islands and beaches of this tropical region to the award winning tourist attractions like Skyrail, the Kuranda Scenic Railway and the many wildlife parks, there's something here for every age and every taste.
YOU CAN ROLL YOUR MOUSE OVER 'EXPRESS MENU' -TO THE LEFT- TO GO DIRECTLY TO YOUR SPECIFIC DESTINATION, OR BROWSE THE DIFFERENT ATTRACTIONS IN THE BOXES BELOW.
Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park has become one of the most visited attractions in Tropical North Queensland, and is now the largest employer of indigenous Australians in the country. After winning eight state level and seven national tourism awards, Tjapukai was inducted into the Queensland Tourism Awards Tourism Hall of Fame in 2000.
Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park
Kuranda Scenic Railway.

Rusty's Market has, over 30 years, developed into one of the largest, most successful and best known markets in Australia and overseas.

Inviting rock pool, perfect to cool off from the heat of Tropical North Queensland.