Breakfast with the Birds

Breakfast with the Birds is a must do experience when staying in Port Douglas. It makes for a fabulous half day out where you can interact with the animals up close, and enjoy a leisurable wander around this lovely little park. The original Breakfast with the Birds has been a visitor must-do for over two decades. Start your morning with a delicious tropical buffet breakfast featuring a selection hot and cold foods including freshly cooked bacon, sausages, hashbrowns and eggs plus a variety of fresh juices, ice-water and tea & coffee. Lighter options include fresh tropical and exotic fruit platters, cereals and freshly baked breads and pastries. Breakfast takes place within the Wetlands Habitat where guests can encounter and make friends with the birdlife as they wander freely amongst the tables.

Following breakfast you are welcome to explore the variety of habitats. These immersion exhibits allow you to see all the wildlife in as close to their natural surroundings as possible. The elevated walkways are fantastic for viewing the birdlife up close, with something new around every corner. You can walk with all the kangaroos and wallabies and hand feed them, even the emu's are in on the action freely walking around with the park. Wildlife presentations take place throughout the day, and you can hold a koala and have your photo taken. The Wildlife Habitat Breakfast with the Birds is available from 8.00am – 10.30am every day.

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Breakfast with the Birds - Wildlife Habitat


Lunch with the Lorikeets

Similar to Breakfast with the Birds, Lunch with the Lorikeets is available at Wildlife Habitat from 12:00pm - 2:00pm everyday. The lunch includes a tasty selection of homemade soups with freshly baked breads, BBQ steak, sausages & pasta, smokey BBQ chicken, an assortment of delicious fresh salads, tropical fruits, and local herbal teas and coffee.

Admission to Lunch with the Lorikeets includes free guided tours of the three immersion environments - Grasslands, Wetlands and Rainforest. The Grasslands Habitat is home to Queensland’s largest range of kangaroos and wallabies, with the largest captive population of Northern Nailtail Wallabies in Australia. If you want to feed a kangaroo from the palm of your hand, this is your chance. Kangaroo food is available for purchase at Wildlife Cafe and reception.

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Lunch with the Lorikeets - Wildlife Habitat


Flames of the Forest

Flames of the Forest is a dining experience like no other. As you walk down a rainforest trail lined with flame lit torches, you will instantly feel as though you are walking into some mystical land. The trees lit up are incredible, emitting a magical prescence over this unique setting. There are two evenings you can choose from whether you are looking for romance and intimacy or an evening of cultural entertainment. Saturday night features a six course tropical tasting menu and quality Australian wines. Perfect for honeymooners, small wedding receptions and those seeking a unique dining experience. Dining is set in a spectacular rainforest clearing accompanied by a solo acoustic guitarist.

Tuesday and Thursday evenings involve Aboriginal performance, culture, story telling and song with a seven dish plattered banquet dinner served under a magnificent black silk lined marquee, highlighted by crystal chandeliers. Tables are shared in groups of ten so you can enjoy the company of other intrepid travellers. No matter which option you choose, the evening will certainly be a magical and memorable way to visit the world's oldest rainforest.

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Flames of the Forest - Romance & Intimacy
Flames of the Forest - An Ancient Culture