As you will discover, Cairns Far North Queensland Australia is the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and the tropical rainforest. Cairns and the surrounding region has splendor beaches, like At Palm Cove and Trinity Beach.
You will find that Cairns has a number of restaurants and cafes. The streets where dining will be found in Cairns would be Wharf Street, Abbott, Spence Street, Lake Street. Be sure to explore the wider region as there are a number of destination eateries dotted throughout.
Nightlife in Cairns
Nightlife in Cairns is relaxed and unpretentious, mostly featuring laid-back bars and neighborhood pubs. Clubs are legally permitted to serve alcohol until 3 a.m., but smaller places generally close around midnight. However, Gilligan’s is a favorite with the backpackers
There are many reasons to visit Cairns Far North Queensland Australia. Above all, the attractions like Skyrail Rainforest Cableway will take you on an amazing experience over Australia’s World Heritage listed Tropical Rainforest canopy. Scenic Kuranda Scenic Railay and lookout, Josphine Falls, dive or snorkel at Great Barrier Reef and more
For the family
Explore kid-friendly Esplanade Lagoon, Botanical Gardens, Cairns Aquarium and Muddy’s Playground. Spend a day at the The theme park style waterslide is great fun for families. This outer Great Barrier Reef pontoon experience includes a semi-submarine tour and underwater observatory as well as all standard inclusions such as snorkel gear and lunch.
Indigenous culture and history Two large interpretive display panels on the Cairns Esplanade tell the story of the Traditional Owners of the area today known as Cairns. The first panel describes the culture and history of the Yirrganydji people. The second panel is a welcome from the Yidinji people, and features information on Yidinji fighting shields, the King of Cairns, and the Cassowary (Gindaja).