Tours and experiences are many and varied and your experience can be tailored to suit your wants and needs.
The adventurous may wish to enjoy eco-friendly day journeys which delve into the vast underground labyrinth of tunnels and caves, while nature lovers can relax and sip sparkling wine enjoying the setting sun over an incredible Australian landscape.
Check out the Undara Lodge for accommodation options. Exclusive restored Railway Train Carriages nestled amongst the bushland through to ‘Swags Tent Village’, the Wilderness Lodge, the Safari Shelter and an Outback Caravan Park and Campground, there is a range of accommodation options. Families, couples and groups will all find something perfect on their wilderness adventure.
Undara Volcanic National Park
Undara Volcanic National Park is a unique area of immense geological and ecological significance. Formed some 300 million years ago, when Australia was still a part of the supercontinent Gondwanaland. The Undara lava tubes are some of the longest in the world and provide a habitat for a unique collection of Australian plants and animals. Dry savanna woodland gives way to lush green rainforests around the lava caves.
Undara Volcanic National Park is home to kangaroos, wallabies, wallaroos, birds, frogs, snakes and more, but the incredible bat population which call the caves home seem to be an endless source of fascination.
Between December and March the bats leave the caves to feed as dusk settles across the landscape. A natural phenomenon occurs where the Brown Tree Snakes (also known as ‘Night Tigers’) snatch the bats from mid-air. An incredible sight to behold.
Undara Experience Tours
From casual sightseeing journeys, to bushwalks which showcase the native Australian flora and fauna, to day trips out to the caves to all day eco-adventures through the savannah wilderness.
Photography enthusiasts, birdwatchers, bushwalkers and nature lovers will all find something to love on an incredible adventure to Undara. Take tours to catch the wildlife at sunset, explore the Volcanic Valley, go on a Lost World Adventure, explore the fascinating Archways or enjoy evening entertainment and activities.
Dining in Undara
Enjoy fine and fresh regional produce, grown and grazed on the properties of the region. Experience a true Bush Breakfast of beautiful Billy Tea, bacon, eggs, grilled tomatoes and beans prepared on an open campfire at Ringers Camp, toast your own bread over the open flames. Lunch and dinner are similarly hearty and delicious, farm fresh food. As evening settles, enjoy delectable home cooked desserts, liqueurs and coffees around the campfire while roasting marshmallows and swapping tales of the day’s adventures.
Undara provides an incredible and memorable Northern Queensland holiday experience. For treasured memories and unbelievable photographs, enjoy the Undara Experience.
Image Credit (Top): By Jane Farquhar - http://pool.abc.net.au/media/undara-lava-tubes-qld, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=17689919
Image Credit (Middle): Bigstock 'Bushland im Undara Volcanic National Park, Australien.'
Image Credit (Bottom): 'Undara Sunset', uploaded by user Rob and Stephanie Levy to Flickr, licensed under CC BY 2.0