Things to do on the Great Barrier Reef


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    Bubballz Soccer

    Bubble Soccer ‘Bubballz’ has arrived in Cairns. The latest craze in Europe has hit The Far North Tropics! Bubballz is at it’s absolute best in a group booking (hiring a minimum of 8 Bubballz for one hour). When it comes to entertainment in Cairns, Bubballz is perfect fun for birthday celebrations, bucks and hen’s outings, 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

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    Normanby Island

    Looking for a unique experience out on the Great Barrier Reef? With so many islands, reefs and cays out in the stunning tropical waters of the Far North, there is one that is particularly unique. Normanby Island. As a part of the Frankland Islands located 30 km south-west of Cairns, Normanby Island is absolutely teeming Read More

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    Upolu Cay

    Head 40 kilometres north east of Cairns and you are well and truly out on the Great Barrier Reef. Pick a good day and the snorkelling, diving and scenery is stunning. Pick a really good day and you’re literally in heaven and Upolu Cay is one of those spots worthy of a visit. Standing as Read More

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    Green Island

    Green Island is a coral cay, 27 km off the shore of Cairns, Australia. Estimated to be 6000 years old, Green Island is located on the Great Barrier Reef, zoned in the protected Marine Park Heritage Area. Green Island is also a tourist favourite for those looking for things to do in Cairns out on Read More

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    Cairns Surfing Spots

    Surfing in Cairns is not really a hot topic, however the die hard surfers out there that move to Cairns often ask us where to go. There are plenty of spots out on the reef, such as Arlington Reef, however they can take a good hour to two hours to get to and more often Read More