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Undara Tours

Explore the Undara Lava Tubes and Cobbold Gorge on an all-inclusive One or two Day 4WD tour of outback Queensland and discover the beauty of this unique landscape. Travel in a small group on our one or two-day Undara Tours, which include a unique style railway carriage and an insight into the history and unique Queensland outback. Have a group of friends and family? ask us about a private charter option! This is a unique travel opportunity in Cairns, Far North Queensland, Australia.

Private 1 Day Undara Tour

$ 1,065.00 AUD

Explore the natural landscapes of rolling savannah plains with the award-winning Undara Lava Tubes. Walk around the Kalkani Volcano Crater and see amazing views of the Undara lava Tube line in the Gulf Savahhna Country. Adventure through Undara volcanic national park and let our Far North Escapes guides show you one of Australia's geological wonders.

Undara Lava Tubes Tours

These strange lava tube formations beneath the land are now acclaimed as one of the longest lava tube systems known in the world today. As guests of the Undara lava tube experience, you will be able to explore the remains of the earth's longest flow of lava that originated from a single volcano. The eruption caused lava to flow over 90kms north and 160kms northwest. With different tour options catering to all levels of fitness and physical abilities, Undara Lava Tubes truly is an experience you will never forget.

Undara Cave Tours

The lava tubes at Undara are a rare sight. They were created during a volcanic eruption many thousands of years ago when a major volcano erupted, its molten lava flowing down a rocky river bed. As the top layer quickly cooled and crusted, the fiery magma below continued to flow through the tubes taking it further and further from the volcano and thus creating the present-day Undara lava tubes.

Undara Experience Tours

If you're looking for a great way to see the country, there's no better option than the Savannah Way. You'll be able to fit it all in and arrive at Undara by mid morning after a few interesting stops on the way. The further inland you travel, the sparser both the landscape and the population become so be sure to travel prepared with a full tank of petrol, extra water, and a good map. Some fun and notable places to stop along the way including the Henry Ross lookout on the way to Kuranda, the Peanut Place for some yummy samples, and the Herberton Historical Village where you will feel as if you have stepped back in time.

Undara Resort

The Undara Experience has five different styles of overnight accommodation available. The most unique style is the beautifully restored turn of the century railway carriages. There is a stunning little swimming pool that is the perfect place to cool down and refresh after your long journey to the outback Undara Lava Tubes.

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