Nature Attractions Proserpine provides a comprehensive QLD Tourism profile for you to find your business in your local Proserpine 4800 area. The information presented is the most recent available and updated regularly.
Visit the Historical Proserpine Museum, where you can learn about the interesting history of this sugar cane and cattle town. The establishment of a permanent museum in the Whitsunday region was a major initiative with strong support throughout the whole community. The facility is a multi-purpose venue, which houses the museum collection, and offers the opportunity for genealogical and extensive local history research. It affords educational benefits to their youth and has been embraced as a cultural centre for their local arts and crafts and travelling exhibitions. The museum will 'Bridge the Decades since Federation' with historical thought-provoking displays which showcase the most significant achievements of this region during the last century.
Jungle Tours operates out of Cairns and specialises in day and extended tours to the World Heritage areas of Cape Tribulation and the Daintree Wilderness.
Small groups travel with their informative guides on air-conditioned Jungle Buses. The tours include a combination of the Wildlife Habitat, cruises on the Daintree River searching for crocodiles and wildlife and exploring Cape Tribulation Beach where the oldest rainforest in the world meets the Great Barrier Reef.
On the extended tours, various levels of accommodation are offered from backpacker dorms to deluxe retreats with plenty of options to party.
Activities available include reef trips, sea kayaking or if you prefer to keep your feet dry enjoy bush walking through the World Heritage rainforest, horse-riding, jungle surfing or mountain bike riding.
Enjoy a different Whitsunday experience and escape to the tropical refuge of the Conway Ranges in Conway National Park. This park contains lowland tropical rainforest remnants and picturesque rocky creeks. Stroll down an old logging road through tall, lush rainforest and notice seedlings fighting for light in small clearings. After veering left, you will reach a calm creek lined with Alexandra palms. You might catch a glimpse of a little kingfisher and hear the deep, resonating calls of wompoo fruit-doves. The Wompoo Walk is the start of the Whitsunday Great Walk.