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Cathedral Cave Tour
"These amazing tropical limestone caves offer a beauty different to that of deep underground caves. Daily tours are conducted by experienced guides through large well lit caverns with beautiful decorations rare ferns and massive tree roots and occasionally small bats. The huge domed Cathedral Cave is renowned for its acoustics and is a popular wedding venue. A fun option at the end of the tour is a walk through the pioneer passage on to a swinging suspende"""This Cathedral Cave tour has something for everyone! Showcasing the most spectacular caves this walk leaves you with lasting memories of ancient geological history early explorers the wonders of wildlife and special cave acoustics. Leaving the caves through the Zig Zag passage and suspension bridge
From AUD30.00
 
Town of 1770 Afternoon Cruise
"In the late afternoon light as the sun approaches the horizon signalling the end of another beautiful day the larc amphibious vehicle crosses Round Hill Creek and travels along the coastline of Eurimbula National Park allowing you to watch the sky and sea transform into pastel hues and experience the peaceful solitude and changing moods of our tropical paradise. You skipper will share the history of this fascinating area the birthplace of Queensland and points out some of the abundant wildlife that may be spotted along the way such as kangaroos
From AUD38.00
 
Town of 1770 Afternoon Cruise
"In the late afternoon light as the sun approaches the horizon signalling the end of another beautiful day the larc amphibious vehicle crosses Round Hill Creek and travels along the coastline of Eurimbula National Park allowing you to watch the sky and sea transform into pastel hues and experience the peaceful solitude and changing moods of our tropical paradise. You skipper will share the history of this fascinating area the birthplace of Queensland and points out some of the abundant wildlife that may be spotted along the way such as kangaroos
From AUD38.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Carnarvon National Park

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The crossings

If you are unsure on your feet, you should be warned that there are 21 creek crossing over rocks, not every one stable, and, guess what, there are 21 on the way back as well!This will tire your legs...
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FATAL FRUITS

When walking the trails, we saw heaps and heaps of beautiful Cycads growing, they were tremendous.. These are the ancient zamia cycad, Macrozamia Moorei, and they are EXTREMELY POISONOUS, AND CANCER...
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WALKING LEVELS

A lot of our Australian National Parks, give you numbers that refer to how hard a walk is. This is good, as only YOU know your level of fitness, so if you see a Level 4 walk that you wish to do, but...
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No Fuel on Site!!

There is no fuel at Carnarvon Gorge or locally - so make sure you have enough one way or another. Also - bring your own everything. There is only very expensive essentials on site at the camp ground....
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