EXPLORE FAR NORTH QUEENSLAND WITH US
Far North Queensland is a wildlife enthusiast’s paradise! Our small group tours explore the rainforest habitat, concentrating on the endemic wildlife found within. We have a firm belief that tourism is the key to the protection and conservation of this World Heritage Area. Our passionate and knowledgable guides are eager to share the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area with you. Allow us to take you on this unforgettable Journey!
Why FNQ Nature Tours?
Our group sizes are a minimum of two and a maximum of seven guests. This allows our guides the freedom to focus and cater to our guest’s personal interests. Our goal is to create the best visitor experience for our valued customers.
Our tours have a major focus on observing and photographing wildlife. We are proud to be active ambassadors for the wonderful creatures that call Far North Queensland home. It’s not uncommon for us to observe a Southern Cassowary, Tree Kangaroo and Platypus on a single tour!
Our level of service is incomparable to other operators because FNQ Nature Tours understands the priceless value of memorable experiences. Our unforgettable tours are captivating, genuine and authentic. Our team will go above and beyond to ensure that your journey is unsurpassed.
MORE TIME IN NATURE
The trails and boardwalks we access are the longest and most immersive compared with other commercial operators. In addition, many of our nature viewing locations are on private land or reserves for complete exclusivity. This increases the opportunities for our guests to observe wildlife in the wild.
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We had such a great day with Kelvin. His knowledge and hosting was exceptional and we loved his passion for his job! From the time we were picked up until... read more
A really enjoyable day! Our guide Matt was awesome. Very engaging, passionate and knowledgeable. Even our unenthusiastic 13 year old son had a great day. Saw heaps of crocs from... read more
My family were visiting my beautiful backyard of Cairns for the first time as a family so naturally, I wanted to give them the best experience possible! FNQ Nature... read more
James is an amazing tour guide! Right from the beginning he made us feel so welcomed and accommodated transportation for us. He is very knowledgeable and knows the rainforest as... read more
Wow we had an amazing trip with James. He is an extremely knowledgeable and upbeat tour guide and made our entire experience a time we will never forget. From seeing... read more
In summary, Matt was absolutely fantastic and we would highly recommend this tour for anyone visiting Daintree.
Wow, wow, wow - we enjoyed our tour SO much! We were... read more
During our 11-day Australia vacation we spent two days with FNQ Nature Tours, firstly in the Atherton tablelands and secondly in the Daintree rainforest. Both days our guides were... read more
When I am going to be 95, I am incredibly likely to list this day as one of my life's highlights.
We have witnessed the beauty of the rainforest... read more
No, seriously, 3 weeks of travelling and this tour is the highlight of the entire trip!
To be honest, when planning, it was the late departure that mainly sold the... read more
We can’t stop talking about this tour. Such a great experience! The guide was so talented, passionate and funny. We where so lucky with all the animals we got to... read more
The Backstory Matt and Andre embarked on their inaugural "Big Year" challenge in 2019. Their goal was to learn more about the birds of North Queensland, have fun and of course WIN!! The aim of the competition is to sight as many birds within Queensland as possible,...
Bush Medicine Have you ever had a small cut that didn’t heal as well as you remember it should?? “Why is this taking so long!” “Last time I had a cut, it was gone in a couple of days?” Often in the tropics we experience great diversity in healing length depending on...
At FNQ Nature Tours, we do our best to support local organisations such as FNQ Wildlife Rescue, to promote the health and wellbeing our our sick and injured natives!
People often mistake them for burls, bee hives or ants nest but in fact they are far more interesting. Of the many species of Termite in Australia, this variety choose to live primarily off grass. It would certainly be no benefit living in a tree while eating it too!...
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