Join the ONLY TOUR BOAT permitted in the Cape Tribulation Section of Daintree National Park on a mangrove discovery tour in search of the ESTUARINE CROCODILE.
Wind your way from Cooper Creek’s Coral Sea mouth towards the panorama of Queensland’s third highest mountain, Thornton Peak, on a leisurely & informative cruise into this unique world of mangroves.
Home to reputedly the most biodiverse mangrove system in Australia, Cooper Creek’s significance has been internationally recognized and rewarded by Queensland Park’s & Wildlife Service, which has afforded absolute protection to the creek’s flora and fauna.
Devoid of tourist infrastructure, freehold subdivision and agriculture, Cooper Creek is, as it was, unspoiled by development, a perfect picture of prehistoric times.
A wild environment, crocodile sightings are not guaranteed but participate in the hunt and enjoy EXCLUSIVE ACCESS to 9 square kilometres of WORLD HERITAGE LISTED WILDERNESS.
This rate is inclusive of GST and NATIONAL PARK FEE (paid per head).
Please Note: Night charters require a minimum of 8 adult passengers.
Bookings are essential. We look forward to hearing from you!!
Cooper Creek Wilderness Experience
The biodiversity of the Daintree Rainforest shown at its best:
A one hour cruise through Australia’s richest mangrove system in search of saltwater crocodiles with Cape Tribulation Wilderness Cruises is combined with a 2 hour guided interpreted walk through breathtaking old growth forest dominated by fan palms of exceptional magnificence with Cooper Creek Wilderness.
Then relax in verdant splendour with a delicious meal in a rainforest setting and swim in the incredible clear blue water of Cooper Creek (weather permitting).
This 6 HOUR advanced eco-tourism accredited package brings together three local products with local expertise to support conservation of the World’s oldest rainforest.
Departs 9:00am and 11:15am
Please Note: Self drive to Cooper Creek Wilderness. Transfers may be available to and from local resorts on request at $10 per person.