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How would you like to go on a crocodile safari and see the crocodiles in their natural habitat. Cruising up the Proserpine River is a relaxing way to see them and you are safe in the boat with good viewing. Nature is amazing when you are looking for something in particular. It just blends in with the habitat and you need to identify whether it is a log or a crocodile. I learnt so much about crocodiles that I know you will not be disappointed. Winter are the better months as the crocodiles come out on the river banks to sun themselves.
Segways – take a tour through the rainforest or along the boardwalk in the afternoon with a stop for tapas. Segways are the new way to get around rather than be on foot. Learn about the rainforest near Cedar Creek falls and enjoy morning tea with scrumptious cakes cooked by a local. The afternoon will be a journey along the boardwalk and foreshore area from Airlie Beach to Cannonvale and return. Work up a thirst to be soothed with a drink and tapas, and if you want to stay longer to enjoy some more beverages, it is not problem because the stafff will return to collect the segway.
Skydiving – calling all thrill seekers! First timers can start at 6,000ft, those that are a little more daring can try 8,000ft and for those that are daredevils 14,000ft. Complimentary transfers from your accommodation to the jump zone are on offer. What a great way to see Airlie Beach.
There is also a 1 hour reef and island scenic flight to see the Great Barrier Reef from above, the Heart Reef and Whitehaven Beach. You won’t get your feet wet here.
The Proserpine Museum is a short drive out to Proserpine to learn about the history of the area. Great artifacts and the volunteers do a great job explaining the history and telling a few stories.