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Holidays To Cairns

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Cairns is a small city in the far north of the state of Queensland in Australia. Widely known as the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and Far North Queensland, Cairns is one of the most popular destinations among adventure travellers. Holidays to Cairns are about visiting the world’s largest Reef system and the 70 national parks in the Far North Queensland area. The tropical climate of the city adds to its allure as a tourist destination. The great Australian tradition of barbecue on the waterfront is well and truly alive in Cairns, and it has the climate to support it. Cairns is a city with a rich history, having being founded in 1876 as a port to ship gold to the west. The city gained a prominent position as a military base during the Second World War, when it was used as an important staging base for Allied operations in the Pacific region. Travel Center offers all inclusive holidays to Cairns, and makes sure yours is a memorable one. Get in touch with one of our experts today, and leave everything to us. Book holidays to Cairns with us and experience this Australian gateway city at its very best.


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Time Zone

UTC/GMT +10:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Cathay Pacific, British Airways, Japan Airlines



Best Time to Travel

February to October

Modes of Transport

Bus, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 2.04 AUD

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Great Barrier Reef

The largest coral reef system in the world, the Great Barrier Reef comprises 2400 individual reefs and 900 islands stretching across an expanse of 2300 km. Famously known as the world’s biggest single structure made by living organisms, the Great Barrier Reef includes many endangered species. This World Heritage Site showcases the wide diversity of life.

Daintree Rainforest

An exotic tropical rainforest, Daintree is the largest continuous area of tropical rainforest in Australia. Daintree features a complex eco-system that has resulted in the development of some of the most rarest and primitive species. Daintree showcases stunning scenery, magnificent mountain ranges, exotically flowing streams, elegantly cascading waterfalls and lush greenery.

Skyrail Rainforest

A mesmerizing tourist attraction, the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway is a 7.5 km scenic cableway running above the Barron National Park and the Wet Tropics. The cableway comprises six person gondola cabins that travel above tree tops. The award winning attraction stops at two rainforest stations presenting tourists with a wonderful opportunity to explore nature.

Palm Cove

A popular tourist attraction, Palm Cove features a pristine beach flanked by palm trees. The exotic shores of this Beach is home to many resorts and hotels. Swimming and fishing at the Palm Cove jetty are some of the water activities available for tourists. The beautifully-lined pathways of this Beach are popular among joggers, walkers and cyclists.

Cairns Tropical Zoo

An exquisite zoo spread across an expanse of 6 hectares, the Cairns Zoo is home to a collection of native and introduced species. The main attraction of this Zoo is the opportunity to interact with animals, feed, hold and capture pictures with them. The Zoo also features a Dinner opportunity in the presence of nocturnal animals.

Barron Falls

A stunning waterfall and famous landmark of Cairns, Barron Falls cascades down a steep-tier of 158 m. A hiking destination, the Barron falls features an exotic pathway carved through the amazing rainforests presenting visitors the opportunity to explore the fauna and flora. Spectacular views of the surroundings can be experienced from the summit of the waterfall.

Fitzory Island

An exquisite continental island, Fitzory Island spreads across an expanse of 339 hectares. The Fitzory Island comprises of a unique habitat that is home to non-venomous reptiles like pythons, skinks and monitor lizards. The Fitzory Island is home to an elegant resort, significant lighthouse structures and a day visitor center.

Paronella Park

Nestled amongst heritage gardens on the banks of the Mena Creek, the Paronella Park prominently features the ruins of the Spanish castle. The Paronella Park features 5 hectares of land, 2 cascading waterfalls, majestic trees, rainforests, winding paths and bridges. Explorations of the castle ruins and a walk through the mesmerizing surroundings are some of the activities available here.

Cairns Convention Center

An iconic entertainment complex, the Cairns Convention Center is known as the world’s best congress center. This Convention Center features 5 halls, 9 meeting rooms, 6 conference rooms, a media room and state-of-the-art audio and visual facilities. The Cairns Convention Center hosts political meetings, international conferences, business conferences and ceremonies.

Tinaroo Dam

A well-designed dam that was built for irrigation purposes, the Tinaroo Dam creates an impromptu reservoir - the elegant Lake Tinaroo. Lake Tinaroo is a famous tourist attraction that features calm waters protected from the wind, making it suitable for water sports like sailing, water skiing, house boating, fishing, and swimming.