Cairns Attractions start with our Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest. Nowhere else in the World do two World Heritage sites sit side by side.
Did you know that the Wet Tropic Region is the oldest tropical rainforest in the World?
While the Great Barrier Reef is the largest living thing stretching over 2000 kilometres along the Queensland coast of Australia.
Did you also know that Quinkan Rock Art is over 35,000 years old and in Laura North of Cairns?
Head West of Cairns to Chillagoe, which was once a coral reef and now has over 600 limestone caves.
Take a shower under a magnificent waterfall in Millaa Millaa. Next, wake up early to float over the Atherton Tablelands in a hot air balloon.
Treat yourself to a day in the rich and famous life for a day trip to multi-award-winning Lizard Island.
Stay on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. When it is dark, head up to the sundeck of our floating hotel to see the Southern Cross and the Milky Way.
Go South to experience Paronella Park and the Mamu Tropical Skywalk.
Next, head up the mountain to spend some time at the Kuranda Markets, Butterfly Sanctuary and Rainforestation.
Then cuddle a koala at Rainforestation or be amazed at the leaping crocodiles at Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures.
Take a historical train ride including 15 tunnels and 37 bridges, or float across the rainforest canopy in a gondola.
There are so many unique Cairns attractions to explore.
Heading North see leaping crocodiles or spend a day relaxing on a beautiful Beach.
Jump on a boat to Green Island or the Outer Great Barrier Reef.
Head West to explore over 700 caves at Chillagoe or take a scenic flight to Cape York.
See how much fun you can have on a quad bike or take a horse ride through the rainforest.
The beautiful Cairns Botanical Gardens and Munro Martin Parklands are close to Cairns city, ideal for an afternoon stroll.
North Queensland has so much to offer you may never want to leave.