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Tourist Attraction in Cairns

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 your family. You can take full advantage of the awe inspiring sites of the city by traveling in the Skyrail Rainforest Cables. The cable gives you a bird's eye view and enough time to enjoy the landscape.

You must also visit the man made saltwater lagoon and artificial beach.

The museums of Cairns are surely not to be missed as they introduce you to the beautiful architecture and the golden history of the city. Some of the world famous ones are : -

The Cominos House

Shipwreck Museum

The Cairns Museum

While you are in Cairns do undertake the trip to the Billabong Sanctuary which is one of the country's leading national veritable paradise for animal lovers and conservationists.

Best Places to Visit :
  • 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 sparkling azure water of the sea, dense forests, rocky terrain, scenic waterfalls and exciting wild life make Cairns as the most desired tourist destination.
  • The most recognized places to visit are the Great Barrier Reef and the Tropical Rainforests. They offer some of the exciting and thrilling moments to the visitors.
  • The city of Cairns also boasts of some of the places which are surely not to be missed like Esplanade, Regional Art Gallery, Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, Civic Theatre and many more.
Activities :

Apart from sight-seeing, the city has endless list of activities for the tourists like :

    – Rafting

    – Bungee Jumping

    – Skydiving

    – Scuba Diving

    – Mountain Biking

    – Sea Kayaking

    – Sailing

    – Kite Surfing

    – Parasailing

    – Cairns Fishing

    – Horse Riding

    – Hot Air Ballooning

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