Rainforestation has since expanded significantly to give visitors insight into indigenous culture, Australian native wildlife and World Heritage-listed rainforest.
Rainforestation has three main components:
Army Duck Rainforest Tour – Operating since the park opened in 1976, visitors tour the rainforest aboard an amphibious World War II Army Duck as a guide explains the array of local plants and wildlife. The tour continues on a lake, and passes through a tropical fruit orchard, with over 40 different species of exotic tropical fruit trees.
Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience – Opened in 1993, Pamagirri means "silent snake". The Experience includes a performance by the Pamagirri Aboriginal Dance Troupe in a rainforest amphitheatre, and a Dreamtime Walk where visitors can learn to throw a boomerang and play a didgeridoo.
Koala & Wildlife Park – Opened in 1996, visitors can walk along elevated boardwalks to view native Australian animals, including crocodiles, koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, dingoes, wombats, cassowaries, lizards and snakes.