TOURS

Adels Grove

Some tours and activities are not always available, especially due to weather and COVID 19. 

Bookings for tours and activities are now only available at Adels Grove.

 

  


    

Not booking a stay at Adels Grove?  

You can still book tours and activities at Adels Grove.

 


Afternoon Adels Cruise

  • Lawn Hill Creek Cruise
  • Spot the Wildlife
  • Wine/Beer & Nibbles

3 Day Tours from Mount Isa

  • Spectacular Boodjamulla Lawn Hill Gorge National Park
  • Miyumba Riversleigh World Heritage Fossil Fields
  • Local history, geology, flora and fauna

Sunset on Harry’s Hill Tour

  • Local land marks, flora and fauna and history of the area
  • Watch the beautiful sunset in this unique country

Half Day Tour Of Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park

  • Experience the wonder of Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park.
  • Provide you with a better understanding of the unique flora and fauna of the area
  • Includes guided cruise through Lawn Hill Gorge

Riversleigh (Miyumba) Half Day Fossil Field Tour

  • Experience the richest fossil mammal site in the world
  • Learn the history of the local area and how fossils have formed over 25 million years
  • Morning tea provided by the beautiful Gregory River

Cruise Lawn Hill Gorge

  • Enjoy a guided cruise along tranquil Lawn Hill Creek
  • Experience some of the most breathtaking scenery in Boodjamulla National Park
  • Advance bookings are essential
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Riversleigh (Miyumba) Half Day Fossil Field Tour

This year World Heritage celebrates 25 years at Riversleigh. David Attenborough is quoted saying “Riversleigh is one of the four most important fossil deposits in the world” come and find out why. This area is part of The Australian Fossil Mammal Site (Riversleigh/Miyumba) World Heritage Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park. The World Heritage Area is in the south-eastern section of the park and covers 10,000ha. It is the richest fossil mammal site in the world. Riversleigh’s D Site is the only area open to the public. Join one of our experienced guides for an informative morning exploring the area. You will learn the history of the local area and how fossils have formed over 25 million years. Turtles, fish, snails, crocodiles, lizards, pythons and similar have been recovered from Site D.Morning tea will be provided by the beautiful Gregory River.The tour leaves from reception at 8am sharp and returns at 12.30pm.Bookings are essential and may be made with the staff at Reception (minimum numbers apply).

Cost: $267 (2A, 2C) per Family $99 per Adult $59 per Child