This is quite possibly the best tour you will do ALL DAY. We swim in waterfalls, slide down natural rock slides, jump into a crystal clear lake, take loads of photos and basically just take it easy for the day

Barefoot Tour (valid Apr 01 - Mar 31 2016)

Adult: $100.00
Child: $100.00
Family: $0.00

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No optional extras available

We are not limited to any sort of time frame so we go at your guys speed (so long as we are out of the water before the sun goes down and the monsters come out, it's a safety thing) and my guides are fun, our aim is to go out and have a FUN day.

Our guides are all first aid trained, and are all excellent swimmers with experience in water safety, so if you tend to impersonate a rock while swimming, don’t worry, you’re in pretty good hands.


- 7:00am- 8:00am pick ups and head out of town leaving the big smoke of Cairns behind us
- Most of our day will be spent up on the Tablelands (the mountain range behind cairns). It's about 1000 meters high so the humidity is a lot lower up there making it a much more comfortable environment compared to the Daintree and other coastal forests in the Far Northern QLD. While up there we'll visit a whole bunch of places some World Heritage Listed and some not, all spectacular.
- We don't have a time limit and because of the nature of the Tablelands we can stop off along the way for photo opportunities at various different lookouts so if you're a photographer make sure you pack extra memory cards.
- We do have up to 4 different swimming spots, 3 of which are in waterfalls, there even a natural water slide below one of them, the 4th is a crystal clear volcanic creator lake so make sure you pack your swimmers and an extra towel.
- 7.00-8-00pm - Normally arrive back in Cairns


Included in rate


  • Morning tea and its good man, I mean really gooood. Not just tasty, were talking loads of fruit, Paw Paw, Bananananas, Pine Apple, Watermelon, Rock Melon, Passion Fruit, Dragon Fruit, sometimes Jack Fruit (it tends to stink the bus out so i try to avoid that one) pretty much whatever is in season up here in the tropics, we try to buy local produce as much as possible (yes to support the local industry but mainly because it just taste better than imported fruit)
  • also muffins or little cup cakes things locally grown tea (i can show you the paddock and introduce you to the farmer it's so local) and
  • REAL coffee, (once again local, but I don't personally know that farmer, supposed to be a nice bloke I just haven't met him yet) and by real I mean we PLUNGE it while your away swimming
  • A stop along the way so you can grab some takeaway from one of the local cafe's or BYO lunch
  • Afternoon tea is right at the end of the day, chocolate cake, Tim Tams, Lamingtons, biscuits etc. of course tea and coffee not a massive feed but enough to hold you over till we get you back to cairns again


  • Lunch & drinks
  • Souvenirs


  • Togs, swimmers, bathers, bikini, boardies, (whatever you like to call them!!). If you’d rather go naked, that’s fine if that’s what floats your boat!!
  • Towel
  • A dry change of clothes (maybe something warm in winter)
  • Sunscreen- watch out for that good ol’ Aussie sun. A hat’s not a bad idea either.
  • Footwear- whatever you’re comfortable with (no high heels please ladies!). Easy tracks, so thongs are fine
  • Lunch, if you wish to bring your own, or there’s always the pub stop for some good Aussie pub grub!
  • Don’t forget to chuck a smile in your pocket too.


* Not suitable for children under 13

* All rates are valid 01 Apr 2015 - 31 Mar 2016

*All tours are subject to operators own Terms and Conditions