Restaurants and Cafes for Kids


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    Emmagen Creek

    For those that are feeling a little adventurous, Emmagen Creek near Cape Tribulation is certainly worth a visit. With numerous swimming holes ranging from deep pools to shallow trickling water, Emmagen Creek is a swimming location that is popular with tourists and locals alike. Located 7km north of Cape Tribulation, Emmagen Creek is the first Read More

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    Mungalli Creek Dairy Farm

    Picture lush rolling hills, stunning landscapes, amazing fresh food and and small town hospitality and you’ll probably find yourself at Mungalli Creek Dairy Farm. Established in 1920, Mungalli Creek Dairy is a must do if you’re out and about in the Atherton Tablelands, not only giving visitors the opportunity to explore a fully functional farm Read More

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    The Peanut Place

    Looking for things to do in the Atherton Tablelands by car? Why not pop by The Peanut Place at Tolga for some scrumptious treats along the way? People just go “nuts” for their delicious products! Located in Tolga out on the Atherton Tablelands, The Peanut Place is a must do when passing through the region. Read More

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    Big Barramundi Garden

    When you’re heading up to Cape Tribulation or the Daintree Rainforest there are plenty of little stops along the way that are worthy of a visit and the Big Barramundi is certainly one to check out. Located in the Daintree Village, the Big Barramundi is an al fresco style diner serving some seriously delicious meals Read More

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    Yungaburra Hotel

    Built in 1910 and located in the heart of Yungaburra in the Atherton Tablelands, Yungaburra Hotel (also known as Lake Eacham Hotel) boasts federation style architecture and classic historical charm, making it a popular location for both visitors and locals alike. A great deal has changed over the past 100 years, not only in Australia Read More

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    Kuranda Hotel

    Set in the scenic rainforest village of Kuranda, the Kuranda Hotel is must must do for anyone looking for things to do in Cairns that provide unique appeal, a big pub meal or a historical feel! Are you a fan of traditional Australian pubs? Looking for an old school pub in Cairns or Kuranda? If Read More

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    German Tucker

    After a different dining experience in Kuranda, or on the hunt for things to do in Cairns with a quirky meal appeal? If so, German Tucker could be your best bet for a lunch with real character. Located in Kuranda Village, German Tucker is certainly not your average run of the mill eatery and you Read More

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    Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park

    Seeking things to do in Cairns with an indigenous appeal? Well then you need to definitely get to Tjapukai. As veterans of Tjapukai, we can say that there is only one other indigenous experience that we have had in Cairns that compares. That was Flames of the Forest. Both are considered fantastic choices as Cairns attractions… but we’re getting Read More

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    Yorkeys Knob Boating Club

    Located on the waterfront of Yorkeys Knob, Yorkeys Knob Boating Club is a restaurant/club boasting amazing views and a top location for that day or night out with family and friends. Located on the waterfront of Yorkeys Knob, the Boat Club is a popular location to grab a reasonably priced bite to eat and look Read More

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    Kewarra Beach Resort Pizza Night

    Looking for things to do in Cairns with kids in the evening? The Beach Shack at Kewarra Beach Resort could well be your ticket to keep those little rascals entertained and fed, plus you get a nice evening out in a beautiful tropical beach setting. Located at Kewarra Beach Resort, The Beach Shack runs Pizza Read More