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Trip to Rainbow Serpent Aboriginal Rock Art in Cooktown 2D 1N ₹ 30356 4.0 star View Details
Cape Tribulation Stay Package 2D 1N ₹ 19371 4.0 star View Details
Cooktown Explorer Tour in Cairns 2D 1N ₹ 21529 3.0 star View Details
3 Day Trip to Cape Tribulation and Cooktown 3D 2N ₹ 39183 4.0 star View Details
Australia Honeymoon Tour: Create the Chapters of Love 11D 10N ₹ 62000 4.0 star View Details
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    About the Activity:Embark on a two day sightseeing tour in Cooktown at the stunning nature reserves of the rainforest and the Serpent Rock Art Gallery.Get picked up from Cairns around 06:30 AM, from Beaches around 07:00 AM and from Port Douglas 08:00 AM.Your tour will be...

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    Cape Tribulation
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    About the Activity Embark on this amazing two days tour of Cape Tribulation and get a chance to explore its beautiful locations in sufficient time.Start your trip from Cairns at around 7.30 AM and drive through the beautiful coastal roads in an air-conditioned coach, of...

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    Cairns
    d2 Days n1 Night

    About the Activity:Drive out to see the beautiful Cooktown, travel along the the Great Barrier Reef from Cairns to Cape Tribulation along spectacular coastline hugging two World Heritage areas, the Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics rainforest.Get picked up from ...

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    Cairns
    d3 Days n2 Nights

    About the Activity:A truly unique and offbeat travel destination, Cooktown offers some of the most fascinating nature escapes and sights to captivate your mind.You will be picked up from Cairns around 07:00 AM, from Beaches around 07:30 AM and from Port Douglas around 08...

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  • d11 Days n10 Nights

    About the Activity:Discover Australia in a different way now with your beloved while you indulge in an exhilarating package of 11 day tour.Along with sightseeing, the adventurous and fun activities will lift your trip up to an incomparable level of enjoyment.Mark your fo...

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Attractions

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Trinity Beach

This beach is the favourite beach of a true Cairns local. Trinity beach is an amazing beach known for its clear waters. The beach offers a beautiful ambience which never fails to impress anyone. Even more so than the other beaches, the locals and tourists mingle here to give it a much friendlier vibe. This beach is not far from the Cairns International Airport so it is a preferred destination and usually the first beach tourists end up going to.

The beach is cornered by two headlands which provides for an amazing Bay area for all popular activities to take place and thoroughly enjoy their varied pleasures. If you have come here with the sole intention of relaxing, the palm lined shores will just not fail to disappoint you. On the other hand, if adventure is what you seek, you should totally take up on the various tours on offer that leave from Trinity Beach at regular intervals.



Location: It is situated 20 km from the centre of Cairns.

Highlights: Various tours are organized to cater to different people and their budgets.

Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.
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Clifton Beach

Clifton is a serene local beach lined beautifully by swaying palm trees. This beach is great for children with its swimming net and playgrounds. There are facilities for BBQ so that you wouldn't have to go away looking to eat. You can enjoy all of your time under the big rain trees right here at Clifton. You can take a walk for kilometers on end enjoying the sunshine, with beach on one side and the Rainforest Mountain on the other.

You can walk right up to Palm cove and chow in its restaurants while laying around on a completely untouched natural environment that Clifton offers. Clifton rarely has tourists and is relatively undeveloped. Having no high risers, it is dotted with low lying beach front houses. This beach is great for family outings and privacy seeking lovebirds.



Location: Clifton is located 22 km north of Cairns.

Highlights: Local beach with less people and undeveloped areas. It is an ideal spot for having a little quiet time.

Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.
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Cairns Botanic Gardens

The Cairns botanical gardens officially known as Flecker botanical garden is a botanic reserve in Collins Avenue. It is named after Dr. Hugo Flecker who is known for his immense botanical contribution to this place. Commenced on the 2 of February 2007, it has since become a world heritage listed site. It is also known as Fitzalan's Botanical gardens and Edge hill nursery.

Having a special place in Cairns history this garden has its native sausage tree kigella pantana, hoop pines Araucaria cunninghamii and Cook pine Araucaria columnaris. Further down the Goodwin street are the damson plum and a blue quandong. There are rainforest understory plants along the creek with a paperbarks and a Leichhardt tree. Aroids and gingers are a part of the garden as well. The walking area is non slippery due to the use of exposed aggregate concrete.



Location: Collins Ave, Edge Hill QLD 4870, Australia

Highlight: The garden has its theme based on the botanical historical evolution of the new Queensland region.
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Machans Beach

Compared to other extravagant Cairns beaches, Machans is modest. Being closest to the city of Cairns it is easily accessible by most modes of transport. The kind of people that usually come here are those who are looking to get away from the madness of most Cairns' northern beaches. Machans offer a tranquil hippy style beach experience, much like the locals at the nearby Kuranda village.

The locals appreciate a quiet peaceful atmosphere as most of them are humble working class folks. They like the pristine natural beauty in their locality and have made great efforts to keep it that way. It also has a unique community centre which reflects the attitude if the locals that sets them apart from other communities at Cairns. You can enjoy the local salsa and mother /daughter nights held at Machans.



Location: It is a suburb in the city of Cairns.

Highlights: Come here for the hippy style beaches and the eclectic local fare.

Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.
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Kewarra Beach

A beautiful coastal suburb, Kewarra Beach is a quiet locality in Cairns. It is a great idea to go for a relaxing stroll on this beach, while you hear the exotic birds chirping nearby. Kewarra Beach has the Coral Sea to the east and Kundarra National Park on its west. There is a little shopping centre on Poolwood Road. Pelican Park, a foreshore reserve is just adjacent to Kewarra.

The swimming enclosure here keeps the marine stingers far in the north end. The others reserves here are Crocodile Park and Brolga Park. There are many luxurious resorts here for your pleasure including Kewarra Beach resort and Palm Beach country club. It is just 20 minutes from Cairns, if you take the Captain Cook highway. Sun bus has a bus service which you can take to reach the beach.



Location: Kewarra is a coastal suburb in Cairns city.

Highlights: Kewarra has a lot of places to go around including many animal reserves including Crocodile Park.

Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.
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Ellis Beach

Lying beside the Coral Sea, Ellis is a beach in Tropical north Queensland. It is a home to a surf life saving club which organizes regular events and competitions throughout the year. Ellis Beach is named after Dick Ellis who was a shot firer for the New Queensland department of main roads. When he lost his hand in an accident, the state government built him a house on this beach. He tended and created a mango garden which still exists.

One has to be careful of stingers here during the months of November to May, though there are patrols who make sure of safety standards. This beach was also featured in the fourth season of the amazing race. It is famous for its pumice stones which line the shore. Many revelers can be seen collecting them as it is a major hobby cultivated by the locals. The food available is said to be some of the best in Cairns.



Location: It is located 31 km North of Cairns

Highlights: The specialty of the Ellis Beach is the beautiful pumice stones found along the shore.

Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.
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Gallo DairyLand

On the Atherton Tablelands housed in the red volcanic soil between Malinda and Atherton stands the Gallo Dairyland. It was founded by Giovanni Gallo who came to Australia from Italy in the 1920's. The farm has since been in the family after opening up in 1937. In 2007 Gallo Dairyland was opened to the general public so they could see what happens behind the scenes.
You can go and sample various cheeses like Gallo Camembert, Gallo tillsit Swiss cheese, Gallo Zola, brie, Barron River French style Cheese, Gallo heritage cheese, Gallo yoghurt, Gallo silk Haloumi, Macadamia cheese and lots of lactose free products.

Further visit the Gallo café/restaurant to try the complete Range of Gallo products. Here you can witness how the award winning cheeses by Gallo are manufactured. Apart from this you can bird watch and witness micro bats and sweet flying foxes at the bat hospital. At Malinda you can go for guided walks by the Ngadjon-jii people.



Location: It is hour and a half hour drive away from Cairns located at the Malanda-Atherton Rd & E Barron Rd, East Barron QLD 4883, Australia

Highlight: Get an inside look at the manufacturing of award winning cheeses and chocolates.
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Ray White Cairns Beach

Ray White Cairns Beach is mostly known for property management and real estate business. But least people know about the beautiful sight of the beaches which inhibits the real beauty of Ray White Cairns Beach. You can have island tours, scuba diving, scenic flights and adventure tours in a short visit to Ray White Cairns Beach.

Highlights:

Ray White Cairns Beach is widely famous for its affordable prices for houses, but the main thing which attracts people there is its scenic beauty. It’s one of the only places in the world where reef & rainforest coincides. You can have beachfront accommodation in the Cairns Beach including spacious villas and beachside apartments.

Location: It is located within the Coastwatchers Shopping Centre on Trinity Beach Road. In fact, Ray White Cairns Beach is only 500 meters away from trinity beach.

Price: Ray White Cairns Beach have affordable, luxurious beachside apartments. 

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