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    Mossman Gorge

    Travel 77 km North of Cairns and you are going to come across Mossman Gorge, one of Cairns’ most popular swimming holes and things to do in Cairns for tourists. Mossman Gorge’s walking tracks provide easy access to a popular swimming hole with a stunning tropical rainforest backdrop. Located in World Heritage rainforest, Mossman Gorge 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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    Blazing Saddles

    Searching for fun things to do in Cairns that involve outdoor adventure? 10 minutes North of Cairns you can find Blazing Saddles, a horse riding and ATV (quad bike) tour company that caters for even the most fussiest of nature buffs. Locally owned and operated, Blazing Saddles is located on a massive property on a 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