Top 5 Reasons to Visit Cairns

Cairns is a major city in Tropical North Queensland that has become a tourist hotspot for very good reasons. Its location provides easy access to some of the most beautiful parts of the Great Barrier Reef, as well as the Atherton Tablelands, and the Daintree Rainforest, amongst many other natural and man-made attractions.

Historically, Cairns was once a sleepy sugar-milling town, but over the years it has grown to become one of the go-to destinations for sailing, diving, snorkelling, hiking, rafting, skydiving, or just exploring.

During the summer months, as the temperatures soar, thousands of tourists pour into the already populous town to sample the many activities available and beautiful scenery of the surrounding beaches and forests.  READ MORE...


5 of the Best Coffee hubs in Cairns

13/03/2018 – Sophia Roche

Coffee is a necessity while on holiday. Wait. Scrap that – coffee is a necessity every day!

We know the disappointing feeling of not finding the perfect coffee while on holiday, so we’ll let you know the sweet spots for getting your morning fix.  

Here’s a list of the best coffee shops in Cairns to keep you sane during your much-needed break. READ MORE...

White Water Rafting in Far North QLD

31/03/18 – Cailen Mulligan

 So you sailed out to the Great Barrier Reef, rode the train up to Kuranda, and now you have a free day in Cairns. Looking for something to do? Consider checking out the incredible white water of North Queensland. No previous rafting experience necessary; all you need is a set of swimmers and an understanding you are about to get wet.

Cairns is fortunate to have two world class rivers only a short bus ride away. The area is one of very few on the planet with enough rainfall to keep rafts afloat year round with the highest water levels occurring during the wet season between December and April. READ MORE...