Romantic things to do in Cairns


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    Food Trail Tours

    Explore North Queensland’s World Heritage Wet Tropics Rainforest, while discovering what Regional Food and Wine Producers have to offer. Travel off the beaten track, savour exotic tastes and visit plantations, while hearing the stories behind the foods, from Paddock to Plate. Excite your taste buds, with the flavours of regional foods including tropical fruit wines, Read More

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    Rainforest Gems Gallery & Studio

    The gallery features a stunning selection of Jewellery, Glassware, Artwork and Wood made by the regions top artisans…. The beautiful jewellery features Australian Gemstones and Argentium Silver and is made by our Jeweller/Silversmith, in her workshop located in the gallery.

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    Trinity Beach

    Located on the northern beaches 15-20 minutes drive from Cairns lays Trinity Beach, a popular location for both tourists and locals alike. Trinity Beach is nestled between two headlands, hence it provides an ideal location for swimming and water activities. Providing an esplanade that spans along most of the beaches shoreline, Trinity Beach is popular Read More

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    Goldsborough Valley

    Looking for a top camping spot around Cairns or maybe a day out with family and friend for swimming, water activities and a nice picnic? Located just over an hours south of Cairns, Goldsborough Valley is certainly worth a visit. The Goldsborough Valley is among the most lush locations within the Cairns region. It happens Read More

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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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    Bloomfield Falls

    Looking for a great waterfall in the Cape Tribulation region? If you have a 4WD we highly recommend you stop by the indigenous community of Wujal Wujal and visit the Bloomfield Falls, a sacred site of the local Kuku Yalanji clan. Cascading over 40 metres from the hills above, Bloomfield Falls offer visitors spectacular photo Read More

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    Nandroya Falls

    Spanning at over 50 metres high, Nandroya Falls are quite the visual spectacle. Located in Wooroonooran National Park (20 kilometres west of Innisfail), the falls present an excellent photo opportunity for both the large drop off and the smaller fall further down. The main fall is a picturesque drop with huge cliff faces on either Read More

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    Tchupala Falls

    Head 20 kilometres west of Innisfail and you come across Wooroonooran National Park which features not only some stunning walking tracks but also a waterfall of amazing beauty. Tchupala Falls. One of the feature waterfalls in Wooroonooran Nation Park, Tchupala Falls is located around 600 metres from the parking area. There are tracks that you Read More

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    Murray Falls

    Unknown to most, Murray Falls is a spectacular location for swimming and discovery if you are passing through the Cassowary Coast. Grab a towel and select from a range of swimming holes to cool off, spanning over hundred of meters through the bush. Pool range from deep waterholes to shallow trickling streams, so Murray Falls Read More

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    Emmagen Creek

    For those that are feeling a little adventurous, Emmagen Creek near Cape Tribulation is certainly worth a visit. With numerous swimming holes ranging from deep pools to shallow trickling water, Emmagen Creek is a swimming location that is popular with tourists and locals alike. Located 7km north of Cape Tribulation, Emmagen Creek is the first Read More