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Cairns Australia (pronounced "cans") is a laid-back, yet cosmopolitan-style escape, offering access to exotic tropical cuisine, shopping, a taste of Aboriginal culture, and a range of adventure touring options.


"Cairns & Surrounds" 

Cairns Beaches
Yorkeys Knob
Clifton Beach
Trinity Beach
Palm Cove
Port Douglas
Oak Beach
Diving / Snorkelling
Rainforest Tours
Hot air Balloons
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Festival Cairns
Cairns Ironman
Cairns Ukelele Festival
Cairns Blues Festival
Cairns Tropical Gardens
Chinese New Year
Queensland Events

Cairns palm tree-studded Esplanade overlooking Trinity Harbour simply buzzes. The choice and quality of restaurants and cafés is amazing.

You will find everything from coffee shops and ice creameries to bistros, wine bars, seafood restaurants and colourful night markets in Cairns.

Shoppers should head for the new Cairns Central complex and the Pier Marketplace - Cairns is a shopper's heaven providing a range of international and local wares.

Rusty's Market on Grafton Street is a blaze of colour and activity. You'll find tropical fruits like mangoes, jack fruit, black sapotes, rambutans and avocados as well as locally grown tea, coffee, and fresh herbs.

In Cairns the top of the list for culture enthusiasts should be Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park and Cairns Regional Art Gallery, arguably the country's finest regional gallery. There's always an exhibition of fine local art and often a major travelling exhibition on show.

Alongside Tjapukai is the environmentally stunning Skyrail, which glides silently just metres above dense rainforest to the quaint mountain village of Kuranda. From here you can board the famous Kuranda Rail for the trip back to Cairns over the spectacular Barron Gorge.

With hundreds of day tours operating out of Cairns each day, you will never be short of something to do. You can learn to snorkel, dive, go white water rafting, reef fishing, or take the bungee jump plunge.

Or you can indulge in more laid-back pleasures of Cairns like floating over the lush rainforest of the Atherton Tablelands in a hot air balloon or teeing off amid palm trees overlooking the Coral Sea.

Cairns offers 5 star resorts & hotels to choose from both in the city centre and along the famous Cairns Northern Beaches.

The holiday apartments are all conveniently self-contained with great locations throughout Cairns.

The Bed & Breakfast accommodation is a great way to enjoy the hospitality of the locals. Backpacker accommodation in Cairns is among the best and very plentiful. 

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