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    Trinity Beach Water Sports

    Looking to hit the beach in Cairns? If you’re out on the hunt seeking things to do with kids, Trinity Beach Water Sports could well be the answer. Operating during the dry season (to avoid stingers), the crew at Trinity beach Water Sports provide a fantastic range of water activities for the kids (and the Read More

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    de Brueys Boutique Wines

    The region of Far North Queensland provides an ideal climate to grow a range of delicious tropical fruits, producing some of the finest tropical wines, port and liqueurs in Australia. Head out west of Cairns to Mareeba and you will come across the amazing tropical taste sensation of de Brueys Boutique Wines! Established in 2003 Read More

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    Party in Cairns

    If you’re looking to party in Cairns you certainly won’t be disappointed. The region is literally a hot spot for partying every night of the week and there is an absolutely huge selection of things to do in Cairns at night for both those seeking a top time out and Party In Cairns know how Read More

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    Cairns Convention Centre

    Built June 1997, the Cairns Convention Centre was designed to accommodate a range of events, including trade shows, sporting events, exhibitions and even large conferences that were to take place within the Cairns region. As Australia’s first international standard convention facility to not be located within a capital city, the centre is capable of a Read More

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    Port Douglas Moonlight Cinema

    Outdoor cinemas are a growing trend in Australia and Port Douglas Opel Moonlight Cinema is one of those that certainly warrant a visiting when looking for things to do in Cairns. Located at the 87 – 109 Port Douglas Rd at the QT Port Douglas Resort, the Port Douglas Opel Moonlight Cinema operates June through Read More

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    Jaques Coffee Plantation

    Located in the Atherton Tablelands, surrounded by lush countryside backdrops of the Great Diving Range lays Jaques Coffee Plantation. A working coffee plantation that has as much history as it does character. Currently home to 85,000 Arabica Coffee trees, Jacques Coffee are considered to be the international innovators, setting the standards for years to come. Read More

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    Barefoot Tours

    Looking for things to do in Cairns or a tour with a difference? Barefoot Tours owner Captain Matty takes you on a guided tour around the Atherton Tablelands for a fun filled day jam packed with adventure, discovery and laughter. It’s very rare for us to come across a tour in the region that really Read More

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    Port Douglas

    Located 70 km North of Cairns, Port Douglas is a very popular location for those wanting a more slow spaced stay when in the Far North. Close to both the Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef, Port Douglas provides a notably balanced mix of sophistication and laid back friendliness boasting a large range of Read More

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    Kuranda Festival

    Cairns has always been big on festivals and with tourists always on the lookout for fresh and fun things to do in Cairns, it’s not a mystery why. One yearly festival should be a fantastic weekend for all… Kuranda Festival. Historically running over two days in October every year, Kuranda Festival is a weekend jam Read More