When I called to confirm the tour I was disappointed to find out that my details had not been passed on to the tour operator and also found out at the same time that the railway was going to be out for maintenance on the day that I had booked and paid for. The staff were very helpful in getting this tour switched with another I had booked with a different operator. The tour itself was good and the Cableway is definitely recommended to all travellers. Would have been nice to spend a little more time in Kuranda rather than rushing to catch the shuttle to the Rainforestation Park.
We took the scenic railway up with a couple of stops on the way to take photographs. We went into the wildlife bit which was very small but the lady who showed us around was very knowledgable. We had a buffet lunch which had lots of options. Then we went on the army duck which was extremely interesting. Tina our driver/guide was excellent and showed us some flora and fauna and some local wildlife. The aboriginal display was good. We didn't try the spear or boomerang throwing instead we went and held a baby crocodile and got to speak to the keepers for ten minutes, who were more than happy to answer all of our questions. We then went in the skyrail, again with a couple of stops on the way down to take even more photographs. It was a long day but very enjoyable.