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    Babinda Boulders

    If you’re looking for something different and don’t mind a little bit of a drive (around an hour) you have to put Babinda Boulders on your “things to do in Cairns” list. On the drive you’ll be travelling through cane fields, past beautiful homesteads and see the largest mountains in Queensland. The scenery is beautiful, Read More

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    Cairns Botanic Gardens

    Cairns Botanic Gardens ticks all the boxes for a wonderful day out if you are looking for to things to do in Cairns. Better yet, admission is free, so if you’re also looking for a day out with the kids, you don’t have to spend a dime! Renowned for its reputation as having a superior exhibition of Read More

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    Palm Cove

    If you’re looking to live in Cairns or for things to do in Cairns, you are going to probably come across Palm Cove, a very popular tourist location. Primarily a tourist location, Palm Cove is very popular for its holiday accommodation, restaurants, cafes and activities. If you find your self hungry, you will certainly not 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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    Crystal Cascades

    Cairns is abundant with fresh water swimming holes and lagoons, they are literally everywhere. Yet if you’re after a beautiful swimming location that’s close to Cairns, we highly recommend Crystal Cascades. Located just 15 minutes West of Cairns next to the suburb of Brinsmead, Crystal Cascades is undoubtedly a local favourite when it comes to things to do in Cairns, Read More

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    Lake Tinaroo

    If you’re an outdoors person and are looking for things to do in Cairns, Lake Tinaroo may well just quench that outdoor thirst! Host to over 500,000 visitors a year,, lake Tinaroo (also known as Tinaroo Dam) is a popular recreation hot spot, due to boasting over 200 km of shoreline and bordering in both Read More

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    Cattana Wetlands

    From wasteland to nature conservation park, the Cattana Wetlands are a hidden gem, often overlooked by those looking for things to do in Cairns. Situated off Dunne Road in Smithfield, the Cattana Wetlands consists of over 80 hectares of wetlands, providing BBQ facilities, bird hides, plenty of open grass areas, walking tracks and massive board 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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    Stoney Creek

    On the hunt for things to do in Cairns and looking for that spectacular nature experience? If the answer is yes, Stoney Creek is sure to please. Located 15- 20 minutes North of Cairns at the end of Stoney Creek Rd, Kamerunga, Stoney Creek offers a large assortment of swimming holes and water falls surrounded Read More

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    Josephine Falls

    Swimming in fresh water holes is one of the most popular things to do in Cairns and there are plenty to choose from, yet Josephine Falls is often considered one of the most beautiful of the lot. Located 75 km South of Cairns, Josephine Falls is a very popular water hole for locals and those Read More