Cultural and Indigenous for Kids


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    Kuranda Riverboat

    Looking for affordable tours in Kuranda? Operating since 1982, Kuranda Riverboat cruises have gained a solid reputation for offering educational and informative rainforest waterway tours for countless visitors to Kuranda. Conveniently located just a couple of minutes stroll from the Kuranda Railway and Skyrail Stations on the shores of the Barron River, Kuranda Riverboat is Read More

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    Tarzali Lakes Aquaculture Centre

    When it comes to things to do in Cairns the Atherton Tablelands are a top choice for natural beauty and the region is home to many special locations and surprises. One of these gems… Tarzali Lakes Aquaculture Centre. If it’s activities you’re after, Tarzali Lakes is certainly able to accommodate! Visitors have a broad selection Read More

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    Yungaburra

    After a traditional Australian country town with that old world charm? Located on the Atherton tablelands, Yungaburra is a fantastic location for those looking for things to do in Cairns and surrounding regions with an Australian historical or cultural appeal. Remember the days when things were simpler? No mobile phones, no Internet, no fast paced Read More

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    Paronella Park

    Castles are probably not on ones mind when looking for things to do in Cairns, yet Paronella Park is more than just a castle. It’s the remnants of an old love story and of one man that dared to dream. José Paronella arrived on Australia’s shores from Catalonia Spain with a romantic vision. To build Read More

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    Yungaburra Markets

    After some old fashioned Australian markets? Maybe looking for slow paced things to do in Cairns or the Atherton Tablelands? If so, Yungaburra Markets is a good day out for all! Located in the beautiful Atherton Tablelands about an hour South West of Cairns, Yungaburra Markets are what many would consider a classical country town Read More

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    Cairns Night Zoo

    Just because it’s night doesn’t mean the only things to do in Cairns are pubs and restaurants. For a majority of the wildlife in the the area, things are just about to kick off! Watch the night come alive and discover Cairns on a whole new level at Cairns Night Zoo! Operating between 7 pm Read More

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    Rainforestation Nature Park

    Out for cultural and adventurous things to do in Cairns? Rainforestation Nature Park ticks all the boxes for an all round good time if you’re on the hunt for that real deal experience! Located 5 minutes out of Kuranda Village and sitting on a whopping 100 acres of lush tropical rainforest, Rainforestation Nature Park is Read More

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    Kuranda Village

    Living in Cairns has many benefits, however one of our favourites would have to be Kuranda. Kuranda is a little rainforest village, 25 km northwest of Cairns. Surrounded by world heritage rainforest, Kuranda is a sleepy little village that attracts residents of the alternative lifestyle persuasion. Kuranda Village has markets running 7 days a week with plenty 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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    Skyrail

    With so many tours and such a huge selection of things to do in Cairns, there is one experience that has been constantly popular with visitors. Skyrail. Located 15 minutes drive out of town at Caravonica (right next door to the equally famous Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park), Skyrail is considered one of “the” premium activities for tourists looking Read More