Skyrail News

Skyrail celebrates World Environment Day

"Skyrail is pleased to support the competition and work with the Wet Tropics Management Authority and Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority on this World Environment Day initiative," he said. "Skyrail looks forward to hosting the winning class on a return experience in... read more

Skyrail surveillance for pest bees

Skyrail Rainforest Cableway is assisting eradication efforts against the Asian honeybee, by having feeding stations installed at its stations and terminals in April. Biosecurity Queensland Surveillance Manager for the Asian honeybee, Mr Wim De Jong, said the feeding... read more

Skyrail: Australian Champions

Skyrail Rainforest Cableway is Australia's most sustainable tourism attraction, as recognised at the 2008 Australian Tourism Awards on Friday 27th February. Skyrail Managing Director Dr Ken Chapman, said: "Skyrail is excited and honoured to receive the inaugural Qantas... read more

Skyrail Ranger Saves Agile Wallaby

Skyrail Ranger Mel Tortike saved a young Agile Wallaby from drowning yesterday, in the flood waters at Skyrail's Smithfield Terminal. Agile Wallabies (Macropus agilis) are found throughout tropical Australia, favouring open forests and grasslands close to rivers and... read more

Celebrating 20 years of World Heritage listing in the Wet Tropics in 2008

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