Romantic things to do in Cairns


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    Hutchinson Creek

    Looking for a freshwater swimming hole in the Daintree? Hutchinson Creek offers safe swimming and is easily accessible with a gentle flow of water (most of the year). It provides an excellent opportunity to cool off and refresh while travelling through the region. Hutchinson Creek is accessible from Cape Tribulation Road. Park beside the main Read More

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    Mason's Waterhole

    One of the most popular swimming holes in Cape Tribulation is accessible from Mason’s Store and Café, on Myall Creek. Mason’s Waterhole is the nearest swimming hole to Cape Tribulation’s accommodation and has a popular rope swing. It is also one of the best spots to see a variety of fish and turtles. Mason’s waterhole Read More

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    Emerald Creek

    Waterfalls! There are so many to choose from in the region, but if you’re out and about and wanting a cool place to chill, Emerald Creek is a great location out on the Atherton Tablelands. Similar in terrain to Davies Creek, this is a crystal clear fresh water creek with waterfalls gushing over granite rock. 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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    Cairns City Explorer

    Looking to explore Cairns at your own pace but don’t plan on hiring a car? If so, Cairns City Explorer may well be your ticket, providing an opportunity for visitors to the Cairns regions to discover the city and Northern Beaches in an open-top double decker bus. See all the main sights of the town Read More

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    Glacier Rock Lookout

    One of the hidden gems of Cairns is a series of walking tracks through Barron Gorge National Park with one in particular leading to an amazing lookout point, Glacier Rock Lookout. If you love walking through the rainforest, we can highly recommend making a start in this area where you’ll encounter some spectacular views of Read More

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    Crater Lakes National Park

    With its lovely blue watered lakes and epic scenery, it’s no surprise why Crater Lakes National Park is often on the agenda for people looking for things to do in Cairns. The lakes (Lake Barrine and Lake Eacham) were formed thousands of years ago from volcanic activity. Groundwater that was super heated by molten magma Read More

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    Cape Tribulation

    Whether you are backpacking around Far North Queensland, looking for romantic things to do in or around Cairns or looking for activities for kids, a visit to Cape Tribulation and the Daintree rainforest should definitely be on the to-do list. Cape Tribulation became a tourist destination in the mid-1980s when the first backpacker hostels were Read More

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    Daintree River Cruise Centre

    When it comes to exploring around Cairns and Far North Queensland the Daintree is often high on the agenda, yet many visitors don’t know that there are a range of ways to explore the Daintree. One of the best ways is by boat. Located smack bang on the Daintree River, Daintree River Cruise Centre provided Read More

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    Fitzroy Island

    Travel 45 minutes by ferry and you are out on the resplendent shores of one of the most popular islands off the Cairns coast. Your destination… Fitzroy Island, a national park diverse with landscapes of rainforests, mangroves, golden beaches and unspoilt coral systems. Sitting only 25 km east of Cairns, Fitzroy Island is absolutely brimming Read More