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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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    Travel Guide Video for Cairns

    Cairns receives over an estimated two million visitors every year that arrive for adventure, relaxation, partying and a general good time. To view a brief presentation about holidaying in Cairns, check out the video below. The video only runs for a few minutes, but it can give you a good insight into the activities and natural beauty 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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    Flames of the Forest

    Flames of the Forest has to be one of the best things to do in Cairns if you are after a truly unique and unforgettable dining experience. Having experienced the Flames of the Forest Cultural Evening, we arrived, midst a candle lit forest, foggy and mysterious. Served sparkling wine and proceeding to meet some of the other Read More

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    The Daintree Rainforest

    As a treasured World Heritage Site, it’s not hard to see why the Daintree Rainforest is considered one of the most popular things to do in Cairns, for both tourists and residents. Located 2 hours North of Cairns, the Daintree is an amazing experience that one must experience to truly appreciate. Not only as the largest 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

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    Tanks Markets

    Looking for relaxing things to do in Cairns? Are you a fan of markets? Love art? If you tick some or all boxes, make sure you make your way to Tanks Arts Centre. Held on the last Sunday of every month, Tanks is a showcase of local arts and craft, collectables, health products, vintage clothing, Read More

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    Kuranda Markets

    Markets are a great day out for all and amongst the most popular things to do in Cairns, especially if you are looking for a slow paced day of relaxation and exploring. One market of note is Kuranda Markets, a must do for anyone visiting Cairns or living in Cairns. Original Markets Founded in 1978 Read More