Experience Tropical Far North Queensland like never before on this unforgettable 3 day Girls Getaway adventure!

This ultimate Girls Getaway package will take you to the Great Barrier Reef, Kuranda Rainforest, Horseback Riding and finish off with Cairns Sunset Dinner Cruise.

Day 1: Great Barrier Reef – TOP DECK VIP Cruise

The Reef Cruise with “That Celebrity Feel!” Our Great Barrier Reef “Top Deck Club” VIP Day is just the thing for your girls getaway…

Enjoy a VIP reef trip with your own personal crew member to look after your party both in and out of the water! Begin your 90 minute journey in style in the exclusive Captain’s wheelhouse Top Deck Lounge while you voyage to your first of two pristine outer great barrier reef locations.

You will discover the natural wonders of the Great Barrier Reef with your own personalised snorkel tour and guided introductory or certified scuba dive*.

It is a minimum of 2 passengers for this Top Deck Club Great Barrier Reef VIP Tour

Top Deck Club Inclusions

  • Your own Personal Valet assigned to you for the day
  • Personalised snorkel guide
  • Personalised guided introductory or certified Scuba Dive *(subject to medical conditions)
  • Access to the exclusive Captain’s Wheelhouse
  • Top Deck Lounge breakfast served to your table
  • Lunch (Special Menu)
  • A glass of champagne, cheese and fruit plate on the return journey
  • Plunger coffee & tea
  • Unlimited snorkelling at 2 sensational locations
  • Up to 6 hours on the Great Barrier Reef
  • Glass Bottom boat tour (combined with other passengers)
  • Marine Biologist presentation (combined with other passengers)
  • All snorkelling and scuba diving equipment including wetsuits
  • Flotation devices
  • Return inner city bus transfers to marina
  • All Government Reef Levies and Taxes

What to Bring

  • Cash or Credit Card for additional purchases
  • Swimming Clothes
  • Towel
  • Sun Cream
  • Hat
  • Voucher if applicable
  • Proof of certification if you’re a Certified Diver

Day 2 – Kuranda Scenic Train – Skyrail Experience

Cairns Scenic Train and skyrail  journey to Kuranda is an exciting one.  Just 25km northwest of Cairns in far north Queensland (1180ft above sea level) and surrounded by world heritage rainforest is this picturesque mountain retreat.

Combining the Scenic Train journey with the world famous Skyrail Rainforest Cableway is a great way to experience this World Heritage listed tropical rainforest and Kuranda.

During the 90 minute journey,  you will learn about the pioneering history of the tropical north as the Kuranda train will climbs over 40 small bridges and through many hand made tunnels as it winds its way from Cairns to Kuranda.

Whilst Kuranda Scenic Train gives visitors an amazing view of the rainforest at ground level, Skyrail Rainforest Cableway provides an extraordinary birds-eye-view of the rainforest as it soars silently only meters above the rainforest canopy.

You’ll glide just metres above the rainforest canopy before descending through the canopy layers and deep into the heart of the rainforest at Skyrail’s two mid-stations stops to enjoy a walk through the rainforest,

Kuranda is not complete without a visit to Rainforest Station.  Set on 100 acres of World Heritage Rainforest this unique tourist attraction. You will experience the topical rainforest from a totally unique perspective. The Outback Restaurant is styled as a traditional Aussie Outback venue and is where you will enjoy your  delicious BBQ Buffet Lunch.

Kuranda Classic Inclusions

  • Kuranda Scenic Railway
  • Kuranda Village
  • Rainforestation Nature Park
  • Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience Army Duck Rainforest Tour
  • Koala & Wildlife Park
  • BBQ Buffet Lunch
  • Skyrail Rainforest Cableway
  • Return Transfers to and from Cairns City Accommodation

Kuranda Classic Itinerary

  • 8:30am Travel Kuranda Scenic Railway.
  • 10:30am Arrive Kuranda Railway Station.
  • 11:45am Please be at the bus stop outside the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary to transfer to Rainforestation Nature Park.
  • 3:45pm Transfer to Kuranda Skyrail Rainforest Cableway Terminal for 4pm boarding.
  •  5.15pm Your coach will be at the Caravonica Skyrail Terminal to transfer you to your accommodation.
  • BBQ Lunch. Enjoy a delicious hot buffet and a wide selection of salads, cheeses and fruits.
  • Army Duck Rainforest Tour with Tropical Fruit Orchard.
  • Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience.
  • learn to throw a boomerang and watch spear-throwing and didgeridoo playing.
  • Koala & Wildlife Park.
  • Join a guided tour, and see crocodiles, wombats, snakes, dingoes and a cassowary, and hand feed kangaroos and wallabies.
  • You’ll have the opportunity to have your photo taken cuddling a holding a small crocodile (Optional extra)

 Day 3 – Day – Horse Riding

Experience the joys of horse-riding through the Aussie bush, Rainforest, Sugar-cane fields and Wetlands all in one ride. Imagine having the chance to see a crocodile in the wild when you draw up on horseback alongside the Billabong!

This Cairns Horseriding tour is suitable for all ages and levels from beginners to the more experienced along with being a perfect family adventure.

The horses are of a friendly, mature nature and are hand-picked to match your skill level and ability.

After a safety and introductory riding lesson you will then be divided into groups to match your skill levels to ensure you have a safe and fun horse riding experience.

Horseriding Adventure Inclusions

  • Return City Transfers to and from your accommodation
  • All Safety Equipment
  • Morning or Afternoon Tea
  • Horseriding Guide

What to Bring

  • Long pants
  • Covered shoes (no thongs or trail sandals, runners are OK),
  • At least a T-Shirt (no Singlets or sleeveless shirts)
  • Optional items that may be helpful
  • Sunscreen
  • Bush hat or truckers hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Socks



  • 845   Pickup at Your Accommodation
  • 915   Arrive at Blazing Saddles and be greeted with Morning Tea
  • 945   Helmets fitted and horses assigned, safety lessons, Tour Commences
  • 1115  Return to base
  • 1200  Return to your Accommodation


  • 1045  Pickup at Your Accommodation
  • 1115  Arrive at Blazing Saddles and be greeted with Morning Tea
  • 1145  Helmets fitted and horses assigned, safety lessons, Tour Commences
  • 1315  Return to base
  • 1400  Return to Accommodation


  • 1245  Pickup at Your Accommodation
  • 1315  Arrive at Blazing Saddles and be greeted with Morning Tea
  • 1345  Helmets fitted and horses assigned, safety lessons, Tour Commences
  • 1515  Return to base
  • 1600 Return to Accommodation

Safety Standards and Protocols

  • No experience is necessary and we have a range of horses suitable for all levels of experience.
  • We have a short training and familiarisation course which everyone must complete before beginning the trail ride.
  • At Blazing Saddles we only use the highest standard of equipment and we recently invested in the best stirrup in existence to reduce the risk of getting caught in the stirrup iron, that is the ‘Saferider’ safety stirrup which has a highly engineered quick release mechanism used by professionals and recreation riders alike.
  • We believe the soundest method to reduce risk of accident is to employ suitably experienced staff and to train them to our own high standards of safety.
  • We know each of our horses well and being able to match horse and rider is part of our “workplace horse and safety programme”.
  • In our time of running tourist trail adventures Blazing Saddles has maintained an excellent safety record and enough experience to realise that the best way to avoid accidents is preparation and training.
  • “The horses are in excellent condition, as good as any individually owned and cared for horse.” Veterinary Surgeon – Marlin Coast Veterinary Clinic Blazing Saddles has received certificates in the highest safety standards set for the industry to date in Australia.
  • These 2 certificates are extremely difficult to achieve, and require the highest standards in safety and training for horse-riding operators.
  • Some of the main points operators are required to have for these new certificates include: Safety Clogs –
  • These new safety ‘shoes’ attach to the stirrup and prevent any rider from having their foot caught in the stirrup in case of a fall. Walking Guide -One guide must be walking with the riders to assist at any stage of the ride.
  • Public-Access Roads – At no stage must a horse riding trail cross a road used by cars.
  • This prevents the horse from panicking and becoming unpredictable.
  • Horse Selection – Horses must be chosen for beginner rides with a suitable temperament.
  • Ex-racehorses must never be used for tourist trail rides. Staff Training
  • All Lead guides should be First Aid certified and highly experienced horse riders.
  • Japanese (or other international) staff should be also trained to a high level in their own language to ensure they are confident and capable around the guests and horses.
  • Group Size – One group of horse riders should be no larger than 12 people per one riding guide plus one walking guide.
  • Blazing Saddles uses a ratio of one guide to every 4 customers, including the walking guide.
  • 2-Point contact on Saddles – All saddles should have at least one main girth (underbelly) strap and one back-up safety attachment.
  • Lesson and Ability of Riders – All customers should have a comprehensive safety lesson and be questioned to their ability and how much prior experience they have had.
  • This should be recorded in writing and forms part of the AHIC Waiver form.
  • Emergency Procedures – Emergency procedures should be clearly displayed on the property and regular practices held. In addition suitable facilities should be located nearby, e.g ambulance station. Insurance –
  • All horse riding operators should maintain both Public Liability and Personal Accident Cover to Australian Government standards. This certificate should be regularly checked by agents.

Day 3 – Evening – Dinner Cruise

Experience Cairns like never before on the Ultimate Dinner Cruise.

A Cairns Dinner Cruise is the perfect way, to end a perfect 3 days in paradise. Boarding our sailing catamaran at the Marlin Marina, you’ll enjoy an evening of calm water cruising on Trinity Inlet, taking in the sights and sounds of this tropical port city and its surrounding mangroves, as they transition from day to night.

Every night begins with wine, as all good dinner cruises should. With your glasses charged, stroll the interior or exterior decks and admire the view as the sky transforms from blue to red to orange and finally a silky black, filled with thousands of sparkling stars.

Your journey takes you deep into the heart of Trinity Inlet and across the waterfront precinct of Cairns, from the Cruise Liner Terminal to the Esplanade. The water is calm, the weather mild and the night is yours to enjoy, with entertainment and a delicious buffet featuring some of the region’s best produce, including seafood. This is the ultimate in waterside dining.


Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday Check-in 6.00 pm at Cairns’ Marlin Marina Departs 6.30 pm Returns 9.00 pm Price Adults $95 | Children $50 (Age 4 – 14 inclusive) Note: Minimum age for children to travel on Spirit of Cairns is 4 years old. Children must be under parental supervision at all times Non-smoking boat

What's Included

A 2.5 hour calm water sunset / evening cruise Luxurious air-conditioned vessel Large outdoor decks Complimentary glass of sparkling wine, beer or soft drink on arrival Delicious hot and cold buffet, featuring fresh seafood and local produce Entertainment

What To Bring

Tropical cocktail attire is suggested, with a light jacket for the winter months. Footwear is mandatory, with suitable shoes for boating recommended. Although it’s a calm water cruise, you will find it more comfortable moving around the boat in flat rubber soled shoes. Don’t forget to bring a little cash, EFTPOS or credit card for your bar purchases.


Cold Selection: Chilled Cooked Local Prawns – served with lemon wedges and cocktail sauce (GF) Plump Pacific Natural Oysters – served with lemon wedges and cocktail sauce (GF) Antipasto Platter – selection of chilled savory roasted vegetables and olives (V/GF) Charcuterie Board – a range of tasty cured and smoked meats and pate (GF) Traditional Greek Salad (GF) Creamy Potato Salad (V/GF) Peppery Rocket, Apple and Parmesan Salad (V/GF) Hot Selection: Lightly Seasoned Grilled local Fish with zesty Garlic & Caper Butter (GF) Pan fried Seafood Medley with chili and fragrant Lemongrass Japanese style Teriyaki Chicken (GF) Tender, slow cooked Hungarian Beef Goulash Stir fried seasonal vegetables (V/GF) Masala glazed vegetables (V/GF) Steamed Jasmine Rice (V/GF) Dessert: Tropical Fruit Platter (V/GF) Chef’s homemade classic Baked Cheesecake (V) Gluten free Chocolate Brownie with Chantilly Cream (V/GF) Gourmet Cheese platter – a mix of fresh, aged, soft and hard cheeses and assorted crackers Key Gluten Free (GF) Vegetarian (V) All menu items are subject to change without notice.


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Kuranda Scenic Train, Rainforestation and Skyrail Experience – CKB

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Combining the Scenic Train journey with the world famous Skyrail Rainforest Cableway and Rainforestation including lunch is a great way to experience this World Heritage listed tropical rainforest and Kuranda.


Cairns Ultimate Dinner Cruise

Cairns Dinner Cruise

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