Monsoonal Rains & Wildflowers November to March

Undara Experience commences our Green Season operational change over as of the 1st November each year. Please note that the weather changes the way we operate. The tours and accommodation you can book during the Green Season are below for easy reference.

2016 Green Season Tours

All tours are subject to availability & weather conditions. Please call our reservations team on 1800 990 992 to reserve your seats on these tours.

2016 Green Season Accommodation

Meals available with bookings only and are extremely limited:

  • Dinner with an extremely limited menu: 5pm – 6pm
  • Breakfast and lunch is not available.


Guests will need to self-cater using our camp kitchen facilities.

Bookings for all tours, accommodation & meals are essential! Packages are not available during this period due to limitations on meals. Please note that we are closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

Green Season for 2016/17:
1st November 2016 – 31st March 2017
Undara Experience commences our Green Season operational change over as of the 1st November each year. It’s called the Green Season because it’s the time of year when we receive our annual monsoon rains. As we receive only 700mm of rain per year, our climate is considerably drier then what you experience on the North Qld coastline.

Another unique highlight about Undara is we’re 700 metres above sea level so we experience less humidity with a drier climate during the day and much cooler evenings. The annual rains trigger an explosion of colour as the country is transformed from its usual brown and dry environment to one of a sea of green.

This is the time of year to experience our incredible native wildlife at its best as they take advantage of the sudden abundance of food and water. Please note that some accommodation and meal options will not be available during this period. Please ask our reservation team for details.

Please note: In seasons of extreme monsoonal rains (once every 20 years), the lava tubes at Undara can fill with water and create a phenomenal natural underwater environment.