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Cairns Central YHA

Cairns, Cairns Area

Indicative Rate * AU$48 to AU$126

Cairns Central YHA is an award winning hostel located within easy walking distance of shops, restaurants, cafes and nightlife. This YHA offers air-conditioned twin, double, family and multi-share rooms including many with ensuites. Relax in the outdoor courtyard, dining and games areas, make a splash in the swimming pool or two spas. Enjoy the lounge area with large screen television or take a break in the quiet reading room. The hostel has wi-fi internet access including free wi-fi hotspot, computer terminals, keyless entry to rooms, guest lockers and secure luggage storage. The YHA travel desk at reception can help you book all your tours and travel around the region.

Cairns is the perfect base to explore Tropical North Queensland. Discover the World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef with scuba diving or snorkelling adventures. The World Heritage listed Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation areas are also on the hostel's doorstep. There is plenty to do in Cairns, including white water rafting, tandem skydiving, exploring animal habitats and experiencing Aboriginal culture. Relax at the Cairns Esplanade and lagoon or spend a night out experiencing the local pubs and nightlife.

Before exploring this beautiful region, enjoy free pancakes daily from 7am - 9am!

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi
  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Lounge
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Communal Shower
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Public Telephone
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
20-26 McLeod Street
Cairns, Cairns Area
Queensland
Australia

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Cairns Indigenous Art Fair

Multiple Locations
  • Free WiFi
14 July 2017
From where ever you are, come and join Cairns Indigenous Art Fair in 2017, and immerse yourself in a CIAF experience of your own. The CIAF 2016 cultural festivities welcomed more visitors than ever before - 50,000 people attended across all venues - enjoying the diversity of Far North Queensland Indigenous culture and taking the chance to attend and buy the latest in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island art from across Queensland, at the very first CIAF Art Market. The now famous CIAF daily program offers dance and music performances, artist and industry talks, art workshops and film screenings. Cairns cultural venues offer a variety of art form events and gallery exhibitions, creating a celebratory feeling citywide.

MS Swimathon - Cairns

Multiple Locations
24 March 2017
The Woree Aquatic Centre will host the second last MS Swimathon event of the season to raise vital funds to help people living with multiple sclerosis (MS). It doesn't matter if you can do 100 fast laps or doggy paddle one, everyone can join in, have fun and support people living with MS - an incurable disease which affects a person's central nervous system. Designed as a relay event, teams must have one swimmer in the water at all times throughout the entire 12 hour event period. Participants can raise donations by asking for a one off donation from friends and family or being sponsored based on the number of laps they can do. Registrations open 8 February, so get involved to help support those individuals living with MS and their families.
18 September 2016
Who is the fastest regional town? Cairns, Alice Springs, Darwin or Catherine? Sign up today and join in the fun to determine the winner. Everyone welcome, you don't need to belong to a running club to participate. A portion of the race entry fees are being donated to a local charity.

Inkfest

Multiple Locations
Free Entry
31 August 2016
Inkfest is a multi-event festival of arts in the print media held tropical Cairns. The biennial event is organised by Inkmasters Cairns Inc a not-for-profit arts organisation established in 2011. Inkmasters aims to raise the profile of printmaking as an art form and promote Cairns as a centre of prinkmaking excellence. The festival culminates in selected prints from regional, national and international artists being displayed in the Inkmasters Print Exhibition at the Tanks Arts Centre. Other activities attached to Inkfest include artists-in-residence, artist talks, workshops, The BIG Print Event and a number of community engagement events. Inkfest 2016 will be the third festival held by Inkmasters and will prove to be the biggest and best to date.
1 April 2017
The Dynamic in a Dress Running Festival is a female-focused event that celebrates female runners, their strength and their ability to use running as a means to connect with one another. The festival hosts a half marathon and 10 kilometre race on the Sunday and a 5 kilometre and Family Fun Run on the Saturday afternoon. A mocktails/pamper session is planned for the Friday night and a pasta party for the Saturday night. The entry fee includes a 12-week training program and group training sessions from 13 January. Age restrictions apply to the races. The event supports a charity. Early Bird entries end at 9.00pm on 3 January. Late Fees apply from 9.00pm, 23 March.

Yarrabah Band Festival

Multiple Locations
Free Entry
5 November 2016
Now in its fourth year, Yarrabah Band Festival, presented by Queensland Music Festival, will showcase a stellar line-up of artists (yet to be announced) including the Yarrabah Brass Band. Bring a blanket, chair or cushion and enjoy an evening of music by the sea. Food and local artwork will be available for purchase. This is a drug and alcohol free event.

Cardiac Challenge

Multiple Locations
17 September 2016
The Mount Franklin Cardiac Challenge is a three day camping and recreational cycle ride in the September school holidays. The route includes some of the most stunning scenery in the Wet Tropics, Dry Tropics and World Heritage National Parks of Far North Queensland starting in Cairns and progressing inland through the Kuranda range, Speewah, Mareeba, Mt Molloy, Mt Carbine, the Desailey range, Lakeland and finishing in Cooktown. Each year the Cardiac Challenge mission is to fundraise for the FNQ Hospital Foundation with the purchase of specialised equipment for improved cardiac care services for Far North Queensland.

Cairns Amateurs

Multiple Locations
8 September 2016
The Cairns Amateurs Racing Carnival is three days of fun, fashion, glamour, food and entertainment built around two days of horse racing in Cairns. What began as a small meeting in 1959, designed to bring city and country together, has expanded over the years to become one of Australia's premier spring horse racing carnivals. Operated by the Far North Queensland Amateur Turf Club Inc., their event has become widely, and affectionately, known as "The Cairns Amateurs". 58 years on, the Cairns Amateurs is complemented by a host of social activities, some formal and some very informal including a number of Members-only and corporate functions as well as events and areas for the general public on both race days. The beautiful mild September climate entices large crowds of locals as well as interstate visitors.

Crocodile Trophy

Multiple Locations
22 October 2016
The Crocodile Trophy. Australia's and the world's most iconic MTB Stage race since 1994. The Crocodile Trophy (UCI S1) is the oldest Mountain Bike (MTB) stage race in the world and has its home in the heart of one of the most beautiful holiday destinations on earth: Tropical North Queensland in Australia. The race stages offer the biggest variety of mountain bike trails - eight days from the jungle in Cairns to the Atherton Tableland with bush singletracks into the unique Australian Outback. Finish on the breath-takingly beautiful Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas. Ride with cyclists from all over the world - you can camp on cattle stations and in the historic mining villages and even a coffee plantation or there are hotel and motel accommodation packages to choose from! The event is fully catered and supported by race mechanics and medical staff. Visit the event web site for more details.

Tropical Mardi Gras

Multiple Locations
30 September 2016
Tropical Mardi Gras is a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender plus (LGBT+) festival to celebrate the diverse and beautiful people and places of the Cairns region. Once a year, Cairns Pride invites visitors from around Australia and the world to join them for ten days of play in the gorgeous environment that is Tropical North Queensland. From dance parties to dive expeditions, from fashion shows to rainforest excursions, culminating in Fair Day at Tanks Arts Centre, Tropical Mardi Gras offers something for everyone in the rainbow family. Tropical Mardi Gras promotes enjoyment, discovery, exchange and harmony, and asks LGBT+ folk from around the globe to share their pride and show their love in an idyllic festive holiday environment.
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