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Looking to start living in Cairns? Maybe playing with the notion of moving to Cairns for a new sea change and/or tree change? The tropics are a truly amazing place to reside, however there are some pros and cons that come with the lifestyle.

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    Cairns Says Hello!

    Looking to move to Cairns to live? Well we have found the perfect video that really depicts what it’s like to live in this magical place that many of us call home! Many people are deterred from moving to the Far North. It’s too hot. There’s crocodiles! It’s too far away from everything! Let us Read More

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    Suburbs in Cairns affected by flooding

    Moving to Cairns and finding the right suburb can be an arduous task, yet it is important to know which suburbs and houses in Cairns are prone to flooding. When it comes to the wet season, Cairns is nothing short of spectacular. The mountains mist up, green tree frogs can be found all over and Read More

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    Living in Cairns with Tropical Ear Infections

    When you are living in Cairns, swimming is often a big part of your lifestyle and with it, you will be faced with new challenges. One of the most constant issues that people face when living in the region is a painful one indeed! We’re talking about tropical ear. Tropical ear (also known as swimmers Read More

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    Living in Cairns with Wait-a-While

    Rainforest walks are amongst some of the most popular things to do in Cairns, yet there are a handful of plants that can make your day of exploration a very painful one. One of note is the wait-a-while plant. Picture yourself on a lovely relaxing walk through a rainforest track. Bird calls are echoing throughout Read More

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    Moving to Cairns - Finding a rental property

    Thinking of moving to Cairns? You’re going to be faced with many challenges, yet one of the biggest tasks is finding a property in Cairns to live in. Let’s face it. Cairns is far away from… well… everything. The city is located in the Far North of Queensland. If you’ve checked a map of Australia, Read More

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    Living in Cairns with Curlews

    Playing with the notion of moving to Cairns or recently started living in Cairns? You’re going to find that night time at first can be scary. Why? Curlews! The Bush Stone Curlew bird is found everywhere in Cairns. In the bush, running around in the streets, local parks and even near the beaches. Yet, the Read More

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    Living in Cairns with Sensitive Weed

    If you are thinking of moving to Cairns or are already living in Cairns, you’re going to come across a weed that will make bindies look like a walk in the park. We’re talking about Sensitive Weed. Sensitive weed is one of those pests in the garden that you will have to deal with all Read More

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    Living in Cairns with Palm Trees

    If you’re thinking about moving to Cairns or about to be living in Cairns, there is a plant that is very common throughout the region and although often quite appealing, come with multiple issues. We’re talking about palm trees. Palm trees are everywhere in Cairns. Everywhere! Yes, they really bring that tropical feel to the Read More

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    Cairns Solar Eclipse 2012

    Residents living in Cairns and visitors were blessed with front row seats to see what was an an absolutely amazing solar eclipse, not only putting Cairns on the map for a whole new demographic but also in the spot light all across the world. Thousands of tourists, onlookers, scientist, members of media and curious onlookers Read More

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    Cairns Weather

    Cairns weather. Beautiful one day… perfect the next. That’s the best way to describe Cairns weather, although, Cairns also has a reputation for its humidity and heavy rainfalls. In fact when you ask people about what they know about Cairns weather and its climate, those are the first topics many will bring up. I can tell Read More