Skyrail News


Be Cass-o-wary

Cassowaries will not, generally, attack without provocation, however you should not approach a Cassowary when it is nesting or with its chicks. They can jump and kick, which can result in nasty injury and/or death (although the only recorded fatality was in April 1926, near... read more


Blooming Beautiful

Orchid flowers are undoubtedly some of the most beautiful, elaborate and delicate flowers on earth. Varying in size, colour, scent and type, orchids represent approximately 10% of the world’s total flowering plant species. Australia boasts around 660 different species of... read more


Cadaghi: The Rainforest Eucalypt

The attractive flowers are followed by showers of urn-shaped black nuts, which begin to appear later in the year. The nuts are popular with native bees, who collect the resin to build their hives; they also assist with the dissemination of the nuts throughout the rainforest.... read more


Hello Possums...

The Wet Tropics supports the highest possum diversity in Australia, five species of which are found no where else in the world. These cute and cuddly critters are rainforest specialists, but due to habitat, they are mostly a restricted to the rainforest uplands, living in... read more


Ferns: A Link to the Past

Ferns are a reminder of the rainforest’s ancient origins, providing a virtual window on how the world once was, which is one of the contributing factors to the World Heritage listing of Australia’s Tropical Rainforests. Skyrail, a 7.5km cableway travelling through the... read more