Slide ENQUIRE INCLUSIONS Olkola country is a living cultural landscape. From the sandstone escarpments to the floodplains of the major rivers there are rock art paintings, scar trees, burial sites, bora grounds and sacred sites. 3 full days exploring Olkola country
Informative Local Cultural Guide
Rinyirru (Lakefield )National Park
Small personalised group
Cooktown town tour
Bloomfield Track

6 Days

Cairns & Port Douglas

June to October

6 Day 4WD Olkola Country

Departing from Cairns & Port Douglas

Journey to the heart of Queensland’s Cape York Peninsula as guests of the Olkola people – the Traditional Owners of over one million hectares of bio-diverse Savannah woodlands, river systems, lagoons and rocky escarpments northwest of Laura.



Day 1

Day 1 meals (L,D)

Olkola people would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land in which we travel through and our partnership with Eastern Kuku Yalanji and Rinyirru Traditional Owners.

Departing Cairns this cultural journey begins with a dramatic change of scenery from tropical rainforest to the woodland savannah of Cape York. Visit the historic town of Laura and learn about its colourful history during the gold rush years. Travel along some remote bush tracks to begin your journey in to Olkola country.
Olkola country is a living cultural landscape. From the sandstone escarpments to the floodplains of the major rivers there are rock art paintings, scar trees, burial sites, bora grounds and sacred sites.

Killarney Station will be your home for the next 4 nights with plenty of time to share stories around the campfire.

Day 2

Day 2 meals (B,L,D)

A former cattle station, Killarney Station is the ideal base to experience the highlights of Olkola country which spans over I million biodiverse hectares.
After a welcome to country by the Traditional Owners, Olkola guides will host you out on country.
Visit Maryanne Yard an abandoned stock yard to understand the connection the Olkola people have with the cattle industry. Travel through rugged bush tracks and discover , savannah woodland, billabongs and rocky outcrops that make up the diverse landscape of this ancient land. The Olkola guides will share a unique interpretation of this vast country including bush food and medicine.

Day 3

Day 3 meals (B,L,D)

Today explore the habitat of the Golden Shouldered Parrot and learn how the Olkola Land Managers are connecting with country.
Termite mounds are an integral part of the savannah landscape. They are the nesting sites for the parrots and also make for some interesting photography. Alwal is the Olkola name for the Golden Shouldered Parrot, an endangered bird species that calls Olkola country home. Olkola Rangers are actively involved in the preservation of this beautiful rare bird. Significant habitat lies in every direction for many species of plants and animals in this fragile landscape.

Discover the connection the Traditional Owners have with the land and learn how traditional culture is connected with the natural environment.

Day 4

Day 4 meals (B,L,D)

Today you will travel to the sandy Kimba Plateau with its tall forests and crystal clear water. This is the headwaters of some major river systems of Cape York and consists of many soaks and freshwater springs.
Enjoy a refreshing swim in the natural springs and visit a rock art site to gain a true connection to the country . Olkola guides will give you an understanding of traditional survival practices and how current management policies are necessary to prevent feral animal damage

Day 5

Day 5 meals (B,L,D)

Departing Olkola country through some outback tracks you will travel to Musgrave Station an important post for the overland telegraph line. Enjoy a short break before continuing on to Rinyirru (Lakefield )National Park which has an array of birdlife and a vast landscape consisting of savannah woodlands and floodplains.
With plenty of photographic opportunities journey along Battlecamp Road to the historic town of Cooktown. This charming frontier town was the place where Captain Cook was shipwrecked. Learn about the connection Cook had with the Aboriginal people.

Day 6
Day 6 meals (B,L) Explore Cooktown with its amazing museum and scenic waterfront area. Travel a short distance to the famous Lions Den Hotel, a living relic of the gold rush days. Journey along the rugged and mountainous Bloomfield Track through the lush tropical rainforest. Entering the Daintree National Park walk under the rainforest canopy of this World Heritage area for an awe inspiring experience. A ferry crossing over the Daintree River and a scenic coastal drive is the ideal way to end your cultural adventure.


Price on application.


What’s included

  • 3 full days exploring Olkola country
  • Accommodation (4 nights camping 1 night guest house)
  • Rinyirru (Lakefield )National Park
  • Cooktown town tour
  • Bloomfield Track
  • Cape Tribulation
  • 4WD Bloomfield Track
  • Daintree Rainforest
  • Small personalised group (Maximum 10)
  • Informative Cultural Guide/Luxury 4WD
  • Meals as advised

Physical Rating
Approx. 2 kilometres

What to Bring

What to Bring

  • Water Bottle
  • Sunscreen
  • Towel/Hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Small soft sided bag (12 kg)
  • Torch (flashlight)
  • Sleeping bag
  • Suitable walking shoes
  • Swimwear
  • Camera
Tour Code

Quote tour code CCOL6TC




0.0 rating
0 out of 5 stars (based on 0 reviews)
Very good0%

There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write one.

Write a review



We welcome your interest on any of our suggested charters or we can tailor any of destinations to your specific requirements.
Please feel free to contact us by the email form below.


Fields marked with * are required