Cairns, the tropical city of North Queensland lies between the Coral Sea and the Great Dividing Range on the east shoreline of Cape York Peninsula. The city enjoys close proximity by road with Brisbane and Sydney and was named after the famous personality William Wellington Cairns. Cairns is a home to some of the best natural sites of the world and lies in close proximity of two world heritage site- the Great Barrier Reef and the wet Tropical Rainforests of the Daintree. There are endless National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries in the city which have several grounds for recreating the natural habitat and environment for the host of wild species to live in, showcasing the rich diversity in the flora and fauna to the international tourist. Apart from the exciting wildlife, the city has soaring hills, numerous sandy beaches, freshwater lakes, bays, estuaries, wetlands, the tropical Atherton Tablelands, and the amazing gorges of the Gulf Savannah. You will be extremely delighted to see the place and would wish to visit the city frequently. In the end, after exploring the all around beauty, enjoy fun packed moments at the various amusement parks located in the city. Overall the city is the ideal getaway for recreation and leisure.
the total area is 488.1 km.
|Population||:||The total population is 158,653.|
|Currency||:||Cairns currency name is Australian Dollar (AUD).|
|Geographic Coordination||:||16°55'32"S 145°46'31"E.|