Guide to Cairns

Australia’s tropical wonderland, Cairns is famous for its spectacular sun, sand, and sea. But what else is it famous for? With so many sights to see, it’s hard to narrow down which sights and activities have transformed this city into one of the most visited locations in the country.

Cairns City

Although day trips are Cairn’s biggest appeal, its city is just as brilliant to see. With a bucket load of activities and attractions on offer, discovering all that Cairns, as to offer before trekking to the outer areas, is defiantly recommended. With seafood restaurants, outdoor bars, and an endless amount of beach fun, Cairns laid back atmosphere can rub off on you, leaving you a chilled beachgoer for the rest of your holiday.

Here is Why You Should Visit Cairns:

  • Atherton Tablelands

    Atherton Tablelands

    Adventure into a magical world, brimming with rainforests, waterfalls, and volcanic crater lakes. Trek through the jungle and spot the splendid wildlife on your journey. Visit the famous Millaa Millaa Falls, and swim at the renowned craters Lake Barrine and Lake Eacham. Make sure you bring your camera as Atherton Tablelands is full of picturesque sights!

  • The Gateway to the Great Barrier Reef

    Great Barrier Reef

    Millions of travellers come to Australia just for the famous Great Barrier Reef. Although the area can be reached from a number of coastal areas, Cairns is by far the closest and easiest. Majority of reef tours start and finish in Cairns, with tours even picking guests up straight from their hotels. Spend your entire day out in the deep ocean, snorkelling, scuba diving, or simply cruising around is an unforgettable journey and the easiest option from Cairn’s marina.

  • The Neighbour to the Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation

    Daintree Rainforest

    The only place in the entire world where two world heritage sights sit side by side. Australia’s Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation are an unforgettable sight to see. As luck would have it, this eclectic showcase of spectacular scenery sits right next door to the popular Cairns. With only a short drive in-between to reach the sites. The slice of paradise offers guests a dreamy day away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

  • Palm Cove

    Palm Cove

    The only job you will have at Palm Cove is to relax. A tropical paradise at this quiet village, with pristine beaches, ancient paperback trees, and luxury golf courses. Enjoy lunch at the coast side restaurants to enjoy a spectacular view with your meal.

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