Skyrail News


Funding opportunities for Tropical Rainforest Researchers

Students, researchers and educators have the opportunity to access up to $25,000, per project, for short-term tropical rainforest research and education projects, as part of a new Skyrail Rainforest Foundation initiative. Max Shepherd, a Skyrail Rainforest Foundation... read more


Skyrail Rainforest Foundation supports Cyclone Larry Research

The Skyrail Rainforest Foundation is pleased to announce a $50,000 commitment towards the funding of several research initiatives, to be collectively known as the Skyrail Rainforest Foundation Cyclone Larry Project. The research is focused on the impacts of Severe Tropical... read more


Skyrail Rainforest Foundation officially launched

The Skyrail Rainforest Foundation was officially launched on Thursday 29th September 2005 by the Hon Fran Bailey MP, Federal Minister for Small Business and Tourism, and Dr Ken Chapman, Chief Executive Officer of Skyrail-ITM. Entered on the Australian Government's Register... read more


Skyrail Attains International Environmental Certification

Skyrail Rainforest Cableway is pleased to announce its attainment of the prestigious GREEN GLOBE 21 Certified status for the third consecutive year. GREEN GLOBE 21 is the global Benchmarking, Certification and improvement system designed to assist and monitor the... read more


Rare Tree Kangaroo Seen On Skyrail

Skyrail's visitors were treated to an extra special sight last week when a young cassowary and a rare Lumholtz tree kangaroo were spotted at Skyrail's Barron Falls Station. The Lumholtz, a rare tree climbing kangaroo native to Australia's World Heritage listed Tropical... read more