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Looking for things to do in Cairns these school holidays or any other day of the week? Don't forget to check out the list of exclusive member only benefit discounts and show your card and save on these great experiences!
A foundation record!
2017 saw a Skyrail Rainforest Foundation record, with the highest number of student applications received since the Foundations inception back in 2005! To date over $440,252.13 has been provided by the foundation to research projects.

Tropical Tree Day
Tropical Tree Day is set to return again in December and it promises to be bigger and better than before! From the proposed new location at Kamerunga Environmental Park to the 1000 saplings that are earmarked for planting, it is sure to be a great day out and something that all the family can enjoy and participate in. With the date and other finer details in the process of being finalised, stay tuned for further information on how you can be involved. Check out what happened when Adventure Mumma attended in 2016...
Lend a hand to the Earth
Every day is Clean Up Australia Day, but here in Tropical North Queensland we hold the annual Great Northern Clean up in September or October to better suit our tropical climate. Be inspired to help by watching the video or register your interest to join an event in your local area.
New Eco Car Charging Station
Plans have been unveiled for Australia‚Äôs first electric super highway. A string of charging stations for electric cars will be set up between Cairns and the Gold Coast to encourage the use of the green vehicles. The first official station was installed on the Cairns Esplanade last month and is currently free to use.
Red-Bellied Black Snake Spotted!
The Red-bellied Black Snake is a very common snake found along Australia's East Coast and a frequent visitor to Skyrail's Red Peak Station. They are often seen trying to find what little sunlight is available under the dense rainforest canopy. Read the full story and learn more Australian rainforest facts in Nature Diary on the Skyrail blog.