Of course we are willing to show you some of the highlights of Cairns.
These highlights are part of our history so they are part of our lives.
However, Cairns Greeters also want to show the things that you will not find in a guidebook or are hard to discover if you are just wandering about.
Kuranda Scenic Railway
For a great day out you need to visit Kuranda. Hidden in the rain forest you will find an abundance of arts & crafts in a relaxed village atmosphere.
Take the Kuranda Scenic Railway and perhaps come back on the Sky Rail cable car…
Cairns Fine Food and Restaurants
Cairns has a wide range of culinary delights for you to pick from.
From world renowned restaurants at the beaches to award winning bars, Cairns has it all.
Fresh seafood and fresh produce from the Tablelands together with our friendly service make for a great stay…
Cairns Rain Forrest
Located in the wet tropics, Cairns and surrounding areas offers a great opportunity to explore the rainforest. From the Daintree Cape Tribulation Rainforest to Babinda Boulders, the forest will astound you…
Cairns is famous for its beaches.
Ranging from secluded beaches such as Half Moon Bay to the commercial Palm Cove, there is a beach to suit any location.
Cairns Crocodile Adventures
Cairns and surrounding areas are popular for crocodile watching.
There are 3 ways too experience the crocs.
- visit a crocodile farm,
- join a crocodile safari, or
- swim in the inlet (better not!)
Cairns Bungy Jumping
For fun and for the brave, why not venture out and take the jump.
Bungy jumping and much more all at Cairns’ doorstep…
Cairns- Marina Yacht Club
The Cairns Marina offers a haven to both local boats as well as the large international “super yachts”.
Why not have a sail on Wednesday and join the WAGS…
Cairns Minjin Swing
Minjin Swing and much more all at Cairns’ doorstep…
Cairns Sky Rail
Visit Kuranda by jumping on the Sky Rail.
The Barren river offers a great opportunity to seek some thrills.
Paddle your way through the rapids until Lake Placid will provide serenity once more…
Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park
Cairns has a strong bond with the indigenous community.
Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park offers a great show and dinner whilst cultures come together…
Cairns the Great Barrier Reef
Don’t leave Cairns without visiting the Great Barrier Reef.
Swim with turtles and see an abundance of coral and wildlife.
There are boats departing daily so jump on one and experience this life changing spectacle of colour…
Cairns Wet Tropics
FNQ is unique in the sense that the rain forest runs from the inland regions all the way to the ocean.
The wet tropics supports wildlife including the Cassowary…