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12 Day Cape York Tour April 21 – May 5 2017

$3,950.00$6,200.00

12 Day tour of Cape York

Semi-Catered Tag-Along
$3,950 per vehicle for 2 people.

Additional passengers can be included at the following rate:

  • Adult: $750 ea
  • Child: $550 ea

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Semi-Catered Tag-Along Tour

This is your opportunity to experience, arguably the most iconic areas on the Australian continent. We will assist you to drive safely and confidently through one of the last great wilderness areas of Australia. You will stand at the most northerly point of Australia and take the obligatory snapshot but the memories will last a life time.

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Tour Itinerary

Day 0

Tour check-in, workplace health and safety, (WHS) and administration day.

Welcome Dinner on the deck of the Granite Gorge Nature Park main building, will kick-off around 6:30pm which is being held .

Day 1

Mount Molloy to  Mount Carbine to  Palmer River Roadhouse  and set up camp at Lakeland Caravan Park.

A relaxing HAPPY HOUR and evening meal is a fitting end to the first and interesting day.

Day 2

Laura (Split Rock Aboriginal Rock Painting site) to Quinkan & Regional Cultural Centre to Hann River Roadhouse to Musgrave Roadhouse.

Our Camp tonight is in Coen behind the Coen Hotel with hot showers, toilets and great food and cold beer.

Day 3

Archer River Roadhouse to Weipa

Day 4

Rest day or a mine tour or a day fishing tour or you could just sit back and enjoy the spectacular sunset over the tranquil waters of Albatross Bay.

Day 5

Through Batavia Downs cattle station to Wenlock River and the Moreton Telegraph Station to Bramwell Junction Roadhouse.

We will camp at either Canal Creek or Bramwell Junction Roadhouse which has a licensed bar and a hearty meal for the hungry traveller.

Day 6

We will either start from Canal Creek or Bramwell Junction Roadhouse.

The real 4WD adventure of Cape York begins. There are a number of water crossings through creeks and rivers. We will visit and stop at Fruit Bat Falls, Twin Falls, Eliot Falls and Canal Creek.

“NO ONE IS TO ENTER THE WATER WITHOUT CONSULTING YOUR TOUR GUIDE FIRST”

Destination  is Punsand Bay Camping area. Remember to collect some firewood along the way.

“The TIP tomorrow”
“please let’s all arrive altogether as a group”

Day 7

Today we get the privilege to stand on the most northern ‘Tip’ of mainland Australia. This link, (http://www.cape-york-australia.com/bamaga.html), will take to a websites that provides detail for activities in the area.

Day 8

Another free day we suggest a fishing trip or ferry trip over to Thursday Island and Horn Island which can also include guided tours which include lunch.

Day 9

This is the longest day just over 400km from Punsand Bay to the Hann River Crossing. This is a great place to camp so don’t forget to pick up some firewood before coming into the park.

Day 10

Easy drive to Cooktown through the Rinyirru (Lakefield) National Park.

Our camp tonight is at the Cooktown Holiday Park very nice walking distance to town.

Day 11

Cooktown  to Archer Point  to Black Mountain to Helenvale  then along the Bloomfield Track  to Wujal Wujal and visit the Bana Yirriji Art Centres and Bloomfield waterfall.

Day 12

This is a day for the individual as there is so much to see and do.

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