It’s all happening at Cairns Night Zoo when the sun goes down! You’ll feast on a typical Australian barbecue, spot wildlife by torchlight, do some stargazing under the southern skies, then enjoy live music and entertainment around the campfire.
- Popular choice with kids
- Excellent value for money
- All-inclusive tour
- BBQ dinner included
- Free drinks included – Unlimited beer, wine and soft drinks
- Family friendly
- Live entertainment
- Guided spot-lighting tour
- Hotel pickup and drop off (if option selected)
- GST (Goods and Services Tax)
- Conducted in English
This thoroughly “Aussie” night begins with a hearty barbecue dinner of steak, chicken, fish, prawns and salads, plus complimentary beers, wines and soft drinks.
After feasting on dinner, you’ll join your intrepid guide to see what some Australians get up to after dark! Supplied with your own flashlight, you’ll be led into the darkness to meet Australia’s creatures of the night. You’ll see crocodile eyes glow in the torchlight, learn how owls hunt, touch a possum and pat a koala. On clear nights the guides will take you star gazing to see the Southern Cross, Big Dipper and other well-known constellations.
You’ll also join the Zoo’s resident swagman and tame kangaroos for traditional billy tea and bush damper around the campfire, and enjoy great Aussie live entertainment. This fabulous fun night out is one to remember!
Departure Point: Tour departs from your centrally located Cairns, Palm Cove or Port Douglas hotel. Self Drive option commences at Cairns Tropical Zoo.
Departure Time: 7:00pm
Hotel pickups commence prior to this time, exact pickup time will be advised on reconfirmation.
Return Details: The evening concludes at the Zoo at 10:00pm. You will be transferred back to your Cairns, Palm Cove or Port Douglas hotel if option selected at time of booking.
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The food was plentiful and fabulous, the drinks were free flowing, and the zoo keepers were fabulous. This was the last event on our trip and was well worth every cent. So so so many animals, all in the nighttime, koalas and kangaroos as well as crocodiles and snakes. Oh my. It was all fabulous.
Reviewed by: Yvonne C, United States of America