Work is well underway on the construction of the new Cobbold Gorge glass bridge. The 11 metre bridge will span the width of the gorge, allowing visitors to walk over the sandstone cliffs and peer into the water below. It’s official opening will occur in 2020.

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Cobbold Gorge’s crocodiles are freshwater crocodiles, called Johnstone River Crocodiles Crocodylus johnstoni. Gorge tour guests sometimes see them, when standing on the escarpment above and looking down into the gorge.

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Cobbold Gorge scenic helicopter tours provide our guests with the amazing opportunity to view not only the gorge, but the spectacular savannah landscape from above. So, what are they like? We’re pleased to provide this review from a recent customer on our 15-minute Sandstone Discovery tour.

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Cobbold Gorge has two distinct seasons, the wet and the dry. The dry season is from April to October, which is when we’re open for business. Glorious ‘winter’ weather, with day time temperatures between 28.1 and 32.9 degrees Celsius.

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Driving to Cobbold Gorge from Cairns takes about 6 hours and can be completed by most conventional vehicles. Here’s a review by one of our recent guests.

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Scientists from the Australian National University have discovered two new species of gecko at the Cobbold Gorge Nature Refuge.

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What do you do during the closed season? This question is a fairly common one throughout the year. The answer? What don’t we do?

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Gulf savannah family tours at Cobbold Gorge Tours and Village, provide the perfect place to connect with nature and each other. Child and family friendly destination, welcoming people of all ages.

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