QuickCoast by Myroo Adventures

Dunk Island Day Tour from Cairns

Embark on the perfect day trip for adventure enthusiasts to Mission Beach and Dunk Island. Your journey on our comfortable fast-cat ferry, featuring plush seating and a licensed bar, is just the beginning.

Enjoy nearly six hours on Dunk Island, the crown jewel of Far North Queensland, where you can hike, explore, or simply relax. Top off your adventure with a beautiful sunset dinner at Mission Beach before returning to Cairns.

A magical day on the Cassowary Coast awaits you!


What's included:

  • Hand Luggage – 1 piece, max 5kg per person
  • Scrumptious 2-Course BBQ Picnic Lunch
  • Priority Boarding arriving at Ferry-X
  • Light breakfast of muffins, tropical fruits, juice or hot drink.

What's NOT included:

  • Checked Baggage, Eskys and/or other cargo
  • Any other incidentals, not included

What you need to know before you book:

  • Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap
  • Service animals allowed
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • See our full terms and conditions. Tickets are Non-refundable – change of date prior to departure incurs a $25 amendment fee

What you can expect:

Dunk Island
  • 8h 30m

Exploring Dunk Island offers a nature-filled adventure, with the island’s majority being a national park. Visitors can follow the beach from the jetty to discover hiking tracks leading to Muggy Muggy Beach and Mount Kootaloo. These hikes range from easy to moderate, catering to various fitness levels. Additionally, the island provides excellent swimming opportunities in Brammo Bay and snorkelling to explore marine life at Muggy Muggy Beach. The ferry ride to Dunk Island includes a light breakfast and around 5.5 hours on the island (9.30 am – 3.00 pm).

Djiru National Park
  • 4h

The trip to Djiru National Park near Mission Beach is a scenic journey from Cairns, taking under two hours. It offers vistas of Queensland’s tallest mountains, Mount Bartle Frere and Mount Bellenden Kerr, and passes through agricultural landscapes, including cane fields and banana farms. The route also goes through dense Djiru National Park, a habitat for the elusive cassowary. This journey is not just about the destination but also about the diverse landscapes and local lifestyle glimpses along the way.