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"An awe inspiring adventure"

Cobbold Gorge is unique and spectacular. We stayed for two nights. The resort staff are really... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
V9956MZvalh
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Cairns, Australia
Fantastic!

Spent two nights in a cabin on the explorers deal. The cabin was very clean and comfortable and the... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
MarjS
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Cooktown, Australia
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Reviewed 11 June 2021 via mobile

We booked into the 3 hour walk and boat trip - so much fun, so informative and so beautiful!
Don’t miss out - book in advance to avoid disappointment!
We had prebooked an afternoon tour. The bus took us to the parking area about 10 minutes away, then our group started on our Bush walk. Graham told us about everything from flora and fauna, Bush Tucker, the history of the property, the geology and formation of the gorge, to name a few topics. We had time to take lots of photos, and there were seats at a couple of places if the going was too tough. A moderate level of fitness is required to walk up the path to the top of the cliffs, and good balance and good grip on your shoes. Great views of the gorge from the cliffs!
The glass bottom bridge is a bit of a challenge for some. It’s an amazing piece of engineering in a remote area.
Our boat cruise was lovely. So many photo opportunities!
Absolutely worth the $98 each.

Date of experience: May 2021
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Reviewed 9 June 2021

A fantastic place to visit. Service was amazing, accommodation whilst modest great. We did the 30 minute chopper tour which was a "blow away". Boat trip on the gorge showed the history of the region. Also lucky enough to so a freshwater crocodile sunning itself.

Date of experience: June 2021
Thank Bruce7460
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Reviewed 8 June 2021

The Gorge Tour was very relaxing and informative. Excellent Tour guide and a most beautiful landscape and Gorge to visit .

Date of experience: May 2021
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Reviewed 4 June 2021 via mobile

We had a ensuite powered site, which was only a 3 min walk from the main hub cafe. The tour is a very well run fun informative tour that was just on 3 hr, there are toilets at the start of the walk section so 2 hr between toilets breaks. Meals at the bistro were a very standard, the mobile reception is average at best.besides the tour they also have 4wd trips, bushwalking, a pool, canoes and helicopter rides.

Date of experience: June 2021
Thank DubboMuzza
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Reviewed 24 May 2021

Recommend booking before heading out. The tour is broken up into groups of approx. 12. Taken by bus from the reception area, approx. 15 minutes drive with a guide. A short talk and then the tours begin. The boat tour is a magical experience in electric boats, so quite and serene, gently gliding down the narrow gorge with excellent commentory and lots of questions being answered. A young gorge with amazing slices of history and geological slabs. Great photo opportunities. Lots of wildlife seen and discussed. Then the walk which meanders through the bush talking about plants, history of the property, and amazing scenery. The walk is not to far from the glass bridge, it does go up a little but slowly and not to challenging. The bridge is a lovely clear struction in a rugged environment - breath taking. Amazing engineering feat. Well priced tour for 3 hours.

Date of experience: May 2021
Thank twyfordjones
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