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Cairns is a regional city, encompassing smaller townships, in the far north of Queensland, Australia.

It’s one of the hottest beach destinations in all of Australia! Holiday travelers who enjoy scuba diving, reefs, rainforests, parachuting, and snorkeling will fall in love with all of the different attractions which Cairns has to offer. Along with its tropical weather climate, this popular tourist destination is also pretty distant from most other major capitals in the country. That makes it a popular choice even for the locals who are looking to get away for a while. Often called a “great place for adrenaline junkies,” Cairns can offer tons of different heart-pounding adventures to keep your mind off things at home. Enjoy a dip in the lagoon pool before hitting the town to unwind and enjoy some great music and drinks. Activities are never far away in this small town of just 130,000 residents. Expect to see friendly locals whom offer the kind of hospitality one would expect in a magical tropical paradise! Whether you’re here with family or friends, Cairns has great attractions available. Tons of great shopping centers are located throughout the city so visitors won’t have problems finding interesting souvenirs to take home with them. The Cairns International Airport makes it extremely easy for tourists to get in and out of this region, and we’ve listed some of the most popular attractions you may want to visit next time you’re here on holiday!

Cairns Natural Attractions
Great Barrier Reef
Daintree Rainforest
Fitzroy Island
Rainforestation Nature Park
Barron Falls
Daintree National Park
Gillies Range
Russell Island

Cairns Man-Made Attractions
Skyrail Rainforest Cableway
Cairns Tropical Zoo
Paronella Park
Shambala Animal Kingdom

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