Explore Tjapukai by day and experience the living history of the North Queensland rainforest people with over 16 engaging and interactive activities.
Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park welcomes you into a world dedicated to preserving and presenting authentic Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Island culture.
On this 25 acres of tribal land you will have the chance to take part in hands on experiences including:
Tjapukai by Day is a fun, educational and interactive Indigenous experience that you will not want to miss!
Price: $62 Adult $42 Child (4-14 years)
Children under 4 years of age go free
Optional extras when pre booking
Cultural Creations (Boomerang Painting & Weaving + Jewellery Making) and Indigenous Guided Bush Food Trail
Cultural Creations - Jewellery, Weaving and Boomerang Painting Time: 11.00am - $26 Adult, $16 Child
Take home three hand-made souvenirs. Our artists will teach you how to traditionally paint a returning boomerang and the intricate art of weaving, using plants and grasses. Create your own natural, rainforest style jewellery utilising crystals, seeds and wooden beads.
Indigenous Guided Bush Food Trail Times: 1pm $26 Adult, $16 Child
The trail will take you on a journey through the Tjapukai Parklands showing you bush foods, plants and trees that have culinary and medicinal significance. At the end of journey enjoy billy tea and damper with native fruit jams, as you relax lakeside and enjoy insightful talk with your guide.
Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park is located 15 minutes drive north of Cairns and south of Palm Cove. Ample car parking available. Coach transport available at additional cost from Cairns and the Northern Beaches (Yorkeys Knob, Trinity Beach, Clifton Beach & Palm Cove)
All prices are shown in AUD ($)
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