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Tourist Attractions in Cairns

    Location 110km north of Cairns, via the Cook Highway Welcome Kuku Yalanji, the traditional owners of Daintree National Park, welcome you and as...
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    Jardine River National Park and Heathlands Resources Reserve is a large Wilderness Park in the catchment of Queensland's largest perennial stream, the...
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    What's special?: Granite outcrops, open forest, boulder-strewn Davies Creek and Aboriginal rock art are the striking features of these parks. Pa...
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    Mission Beach is one of the popular beaches of Queensland. It is made up of a group of beaches which include Garners Beach, Bingil Bay, Wongaling beac...
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    Flying Fish Point is one of the richest estuaries of Queensland, situated on the coast of Innisfail, between Cairns and Townsville. It is a shady,...
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    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. Th...
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    Cairns has many attractions, man-made as well as natural. It is a haven for adventure seeker or a travel-lover. The golden sun kissed beaches with spa...
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    Located in the Wet Tropics, the region’s climate is hot and humid during summer months with mild, dry winters. The rainy season generally occurs dur...
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    Cairns is home to a number of Tibetan Buddhist temples as well as a large number of Christian places of worship.
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    In the Cairns region, Japanese is commonly spoken in the tourism industry and some shop signs are written in Japanese. Mandarin Chinese is also an ...
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    GMT + 10 (GMT + 11 from last Sunday in October to Saturday before last Sunday in March).
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    220-240 volts AC, 50Hz; flat three-pin plugs.
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    1,992mm (78.4 inches).
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    1 Australian Dollar (A$1) = £0.48; US$0.71; C$0.88; €0.53 Currency conversion rates as of April 2009
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    Cairns Tropical Garden Show, mid May, showcases the best of North Queensland's horticulture and garden design. The Cairns Show, mid Jul, is the lar...
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    Cairns’ main sightseeing attractions are the two World Heritage listed sites to its north and east. The Great Barrier Reef is one of the most divers...
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    There is no dearth of activities in this picturesque city of Australia. The city offers you a plethora of things (activities) to do and enjoy with you...
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    Amusement knows no realms. Apart from various amusement parks, you can spend valuable time with your family in the wildlife parks, aquatic parks etc. ...
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    Cairns is famous for its excellent food and numerous restaurants. The city ranks the best amongst all other cities of Australia when it comes to dinin...
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    Cairns is definitely a paradise for shoppers. One gets completely engrossed in the shopping presents and souvenirs for family and friends. All the ite...
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    Apart from sight-seeing, the city has endless list of activities for the tourists like : – Rafting – Bungee Jumping – ...
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    The transport used by the locals mostly is the bus. It is cheap and comfortable but sometimes crowded. You can hire a taxi or take a car on rent to to...
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    Cairns is well-connected by air, rail, road and sea to almost all major cities of Australia. There are several direct international flights from count...
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    Australia's most famous one day white water rafting experience! Up to 5 hours and 45 rapids of adventure, magnificent waterfalls, World Heritage Rainf...
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    Millaa Millaa Falls are magnificent waterfalls surrounded by lush rainforest located on the Waterfalls Circuit, along with Zillie and Ellinjaa Falls. ...
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    Welcome: The Traditional Owners of Millstream Falls National Park, the Jirrbal people, welcome you and ask that you respect and take care while visi...
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    Located centrally 41km north-west of Cardwell and 36km south-west of Tully, lies Murray Upper National Park. It is here where one of natures beauty's ...
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