Flames of the Forest Aboriginal Cultural Experience

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An unforgettable experience that will be a topic of conversation for years to come

Your experience of the Tropical North remains incomplete until you've gained some insight into its Indigenous culture and heritage. Enjoy a spiritual and mystical rainforest dining adventure as you join the Flames of the Forest Aboriginal Cultural Experience with two Kuku Yalanji brothers.

Our guide to Flames of the Forest Aboriginal Cultural Experience

A Flames of the Forest vehicle will pick you up from your hotel to commence an evening Aboriginal Cultural Experience. Just ten minutes from Port Douglas, Flames of the Forest is a world away from the everyday.

Emerging from the heart of the Daintree Rainforest, the Kuku Yalanji people have thrived in symbiosis with their rainforest and reef surroundings for more than 50,000 years. At the core of the Kuku Yalanji people's belief system, known as "rainforest 'bama," lies a deep reverence for nature and an intricate understanding of the natural rhythms woven by Mother Nature.

Showcasing a unique, tropics-inspired menu accompanied by a selection of quality beverages and set amidst the candle-lit rainforest under a black silk canopy with sparkling chandeliers, Flames of the Forest offers you a distinctly different dining experience entwined with Indigenous culture.

The Aboriginal Cultural Experience introduces two local Aboriginal brothers sharing their remarkable culture with you throughout the evening. Their performance, unique to Flames of the Forest and staged within the natural, authentic backdrop of this spiritual culture, features traditional storytelling, didgeridoo and incredible song.

Join fellow adventurous travelers at a communal table where you'll savor a Tropicfeast, a culinary journey inspired by the region's bountiful land and locally sourced ingredients. Sample Menu (subject to change without notice)

To Begin Your Journey...

  • Freshly baked bread, traditional butter with olive oil and balsamic 

Sharing the journey with your table friends

  • Sesame noodle with a crisp vegetable salad 
  • Tableland salad of mesclun, roast capsicum, cherry tomatoes, fresh garlic croutons and Spanish onion finished with a honey mustard dressing
  • Lemon myrtle infused kangaroo loin on a bed of wild rocket & toasted macadamia nuts garnished with homemade fig chutney
  • Pan fried reef fish with lightly steamed seasonal greens and yellow curry sauce
  • Chicken with fresh date & fire roasted red pepper couscous topped with a pumpkin puree and salsa Verde 
  • Slow roasted Black Angus sirloin on a warm herb roasted chat potato & green bean salad accompanied by confit cherry tomatoes & finished with a red wine jus


  • Traditional Pavlova accompanied by seasonal tropical fruits, fragrant vanilla bean Chantilly cream & passion fruit coulis

Note – allergens including fish, shellfish, soy, nuts, eggs and sesame seeds maybe present in some dishes. Please advise us of any allergies prior to booking.

Your tour concludes at approximately 10:30pm, at which time hotel drop-offs will commence


Thursdays. This experience closes every year between December and April

Start times

This tour picks up from centrally located Port Douglas accommodations from 6.50pm. 


Around 3 hours.

Terms and conditions

Terms and conditions for Flames of the Forest Aboriginal Cultural Experience

  • You will receive a voucher for this experience. Please read it thoroughly.
  • Please note the menu is a sample only and is subject to change, dependent on the availability of local produce and season. 
  • Please advise at time of booking any special dietary requirements.
  • Please dress according to the weather for the day. Comfortable, flat shoes are recommended to walk through the forest, and a jacket during cooler months is advisable.
  • This tour requires a minimum of 10 passengers for it to operate. If minimum numbers are not achieved, tours may be cancelled at short notice.
  • Flames of the Forest practices the Responsible Service of Alcohol.
  • Please note, children 0-5 years inclusive are not catered for.
  • Please advise at time of booking any special dietary requirements.
  • *Cancellation Policy: Free cancellations for bookings cancelled prior to your holiday departure date. No refunds for bookings cancelled 24 hours or less prior to travel or in the event of a no-show.


Frequently Asked Questions for Flames of the Forest Aboriginal Cultural Experience

  • What should I bring?
    A jacket in cooler months, flat comfortable shoes, an open mind and a sense of fun.

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