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Cairns

As the heart of the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef and Wet Tropics rainforest, Cairns pulses with energy. More than 600 tours a day make the most of the year-round outdoor lifestyle while world-class sporting events and festivals embrace the cosmopolitan city's vibrant tropical culture.

Energised by nature, Cairns is the place to soak up the tropical lifestyle. Discover an exciting city that takes pride in its cultural heritage and where time seems to last a little longer. Swim at the Esplanade lagoon, sample local produce at a farmer's market, enjoy free entertainment, shop for a summer wardrobe or cruise around the marina.

Take a tip from the locals for a cool dip at a secluded freshwater swimming hole, jump on a bike for a sightseeing tour along the city's network of cycle paths, marvel at tropical plants in the Botanic Gardens, browse the galleries or catch an act in a unique rainforest venue.

After dark choose a lively bar for drinks, taste local seafood at an award-winning restaurant, party on a dance floor, discover treasures at the markets or watch a local cultural show.

Choose from a wide range of accommodation including five-star international hotels, luxurious resorts, waterfront apartments, family-friendly motels and fun backpacker hostels.

The compact city is easy to get around and has the reef, rainforest and outback on its doorstep. With the Cairns International and Domestic airports only 10 minutes from the Central Business District, Cairns is the ideal entry point for a Tropical North Queensland adventure.

Travel from the city's Reef Fleet Terminal to the Great Barrier Reef and its islands, raft the white water rapids in the rainforest, step back in time with a train ride to Kuranda or treat your tastebuds to one of the many food and wine trails on the Atherton Tablelands.

Whether you want to flirt with adventure or be enchanted by exotic experiences, Cairns has it all.

Cairns
Cairns, Cairns Area
Queensland
Australia

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Bustard Downs

Mount Carbine, Mareeba Area
  • Free WiFi
From AU$25.00 - 275.00
Bustard Downs is a 200 acre organic beef farm offering Outback Farmstay Bed and Breakfast Guesthouse accommodation, self-contained authentic Farm Cottages and Caravan and Camping. The property is owned and run by an Australian family. Bustard Downs is the perfect place to find an Outback Bush experience in Tropical North Queensland. Close to Cairns, the Great Barrier Reef, Port Douglas, Daintree, Mareeba, Julatten and the Atherton Tablelands. Driving north to Cooktown and Cape York? This is a natural Retreat for Eco-travellers, bird watchers, swimmers, animal and nature lovers. The organic Farmstay Guesthouse provides personalised hosted accommodation. Rooms take in mountain views, private gardens and feature king size or twin single beds with 100 per cent cotton linen, perfect for the Tropics. Breakfast hampers and barbecue dinner packs feature fresh local produce simply presented for self-catering. Supplies are from the farm and local Tableland growers. They use and source organic and bio-dynamic produce where possible. Farmstay guests enjoy exclusive use of the owners private 20 metre swimming pool. The self-contained Farmhouse and Cottage are for the independent traveller located above the Mary Creek. The caravan and camping area is rarely crowded and has a great social communal fire place.

Alkoomie Station

Cooktown, Cook Area
From AU$64.00 - 225.00
Alkoomie is an 18,000 hectare working cattle station just 30 minutes from historic Cooktown, Cape York Peninsula, Queensland where you get to experience the real Australia. The homestead is built on Mt Dixon 500 metres above sea level with spectacular views to the Coral Sea. There are plenty of activities and adventures for all the family including feeding the farm animals, horse riding (extra cost), working cattle dogs, and swimming in rock pools, dinner cooked in a camp oven and eaten around the camp fire and much more or you can just relax and take in the spectacular views. Three types of accommodation are available: Homestead-entire top floor or a room; two bedroom self-contained unit; and self-contained furnished tents.

Jungle Lodge

Cape Tribulation, Douglas Area
From AU$10.00 - 90.00
Far away from the stresses of city life, with no mobile phones and televisions, the Jungle Lodge sits happily between two world heritage areas, the stunning Great Barrier Reef and the tropical Daintree Rainforest. Sleep in the jungle and enjoy the sounds of the rainforest at night, or rise early to experience the sunrise over beautiful Myall Beach only minutes away. Experience the region without the crowds. Jungle Lodge offers affordable eco huts known as Safari Huts - quad share, twin, single or dorm - as well as camp sites in the tropical rainforest, close to the beach, restaurants and water holes. Onsite facilities include a swimming pool, fully equipped camp kitchen,toilets and showers and a laundry. Jungle Lodge is located onsite at the Ocean Safari Great Barrier Reef Tours check in office, which is also home to the Turtle Rock Café. Cross the Daintree River and follow the coastal road into Cape Tribulation then look for their signage on arrival at Cape Tribulation! Whether you're there to relax or to participate in the numerous activities this area has to offer, their friendly and informative staff can advise and arrange the ultimate holiday for you.

Cairns Coconut Holiday Resort

Cairns, Cairns Area
  • Free WiFi
From AU$38.00 - 375.00
On the southern entrance to Cairns, seven kilometres from the city, is their multi Australian and Queensland Tourism Award winning resort. Set on 28 acres of tropically landscaped award-winning gardens, the resort boasts a fantastic range of features and facilities to suit everyone. The minute you arrive your holiday begins at Cairns Coconut Holiday Resort. A tour in their "Nemo Buggy", "Turtle Buggy" or "Frog Mobile" introduces you to the many exciting, free facilities and activities. The all-weather Mini Coconuts Playground is their most recent addition, Neos Interactive Play Hub, Splash Waterpark, two giant jumping pillows and huge playground, your children will be entertained while you relax. Their Garden Pool is heated and hosts aqua aerobics and the resort pool has heated/cold spa's . Watch a family movie on the giant outdoor screen or enjoy Thursday's free pancake breakfast by the pool. Free Wi-Fi, gymnasium, Mini-Mart, restaurant and laundries are among the other facilities. They offer a range of accommodation, priced to suit all budgets. Self contained condos, villas, units and cabins are designed to suit couples, families and groups. Caravanners, motorhomers and campers can choose from a large selection of Ensuite Sites, Powered Slab Sites or Grass Camping Sites.

Cape Trib Beach House Retreat

Cape Tribulation, Douglas Area
From AU$29.00 - 250.00
Cape Trib Beach House Retreat is the only absolute beachfront accommodation available in Cape Tribulation, situated on seven acres of private beachfront rainforest, offering a wide range of accommodation from budget to deluxe. They have a beachfront bar and restaurant with a totally cool, chilled-out summer beach vibe. The bistro is famous in Cape Tribulation for it's affordable food and there is also a communal kitchen if you want to do it yourself! The rainforest pool is conveniently located right by the bar, only metres from the beach. The accommodation is air conditioned, clean and comfy, the staff are relaxed and helpful and there is a tour desk offering many exciting local tours. Enjoy the quiet and calm or soak up the sun, beachcomb, take a nature walk or or simply relax by our rainforest pool with a tropical cocktail. Acres of grounds teeming with wildlife, and miles of private beach means you can do as much or as little as you like. Cape Tribulation is the only place in the world where two world heritage listed sites meet together separated only by a pristine sandy beach - the 110 million year old Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef.

Cooktown Holiday Park

Cooktown, Cook Area
From AU$45.00 - 165.00
Cooktown Holiday Park is just a short stroll into town and is set amongst eight acres of tropical award winning gardens and beautiful surroundings, comfortable fully self contained one and two bedroom cabins, motel style units, budget cabins, and roomy caravan and camping sites that can accommodate large motorhomes and recreational vehicles. It is a great base in which to explore Cooktown local attractions - Must do's include the James Cook Museum, take in the 360 degree views from Grassy Hill, stroll down the main street and see some of the old Historical Buildings, try your luck at catching a fish off the Wharf, and visit the Botanical Gardens. Surrounding area drives out to Archer Point, Black Mountain and numerous waterfalls are all within easy reach. Make it your starting point for your Cape York Adventure. Historic Cooktown is the Gateway to Cape York Peninsula in Far North Queensland. An easy three and a half to four hour drive north of Cairns.

Cooktown Motel Pam's Place

Cooktown, Cook Area
From AU$60.00 - 105.00
Cooktown Motel and Pam's Place Hostel offers guests a friends and homely atmosphere. Situated on the right hand side of the roundabout (their only roundabout) as you drive into town. Cooktown Motel is close to the supermarket and 10 minutes stroll to the centre of town. Relax in the great tropical gardens, salt water pool and always find a place to park the boat off street.

Lions Den Hotel

Helenvale, Cook Area
From AU$12.00 - 80.00
Set on seven tropical acres the Lions Den Hotel is Cape York's most Iconic Hotel and Best Campground. Talk to the locals and have an icy cold beer, enjoy a leisurely lunch or dinner on the deck or just savour the flavours of a great quality coffee. With an extensive wine list and all of the old favourites there is something for everyone in this historic old hotel. The Lions Den Hotel was built in 1887 on the banks of the Little Annan River, surrounded by 100 year old mango trees and tropical landscapes. It is a landmark hotel made of timber and iron, famous for its quirky decorations and walls adorned with visitor's signatures. Wonderfully situated in a lush valley,the Lions Den Hotel offers powered and unpowered camping (suitable for even the largest caravans ), unique safari style lodges nestled amongst the trees, single and double room accommodation (dongas), children's playground, natural swimming holes and beautiful grounds overlooked by mysterious Black Mountain. Whether it's a well deserved trip away with the whole family or just to drop in for an icy cold beer, come and experience the history and see a friendly face at The Lions Den!!

Bluewater Bed and Breakfast Cairns

Cairns North, Cairns Area
From AU$85.00 - 85.00
Your private, fully self contained cottage is situated in a lush tropical garden The cottage has a queen size bedroom, bathroom, toilet, laundry, lounge room, and fully stocked kitchen. A large patio with barbecue and a private swimming pool. Close to shops, public transport, James Cook University and Half Moon Bay Beach. With such tranquillity it is hard to believe you are so close to most of Cairns famous attractions. Bluewater Bed and Breakfast is a 15 minute drive from the Airport and Cairns. Enjoy your tropical breakfast at your leisure in your cottage, on your patio or by the pool!

Sweetwater Lodge

Julatten, Mareeba Area
  • Free WiFi
From AU$295.00 - 295.00
Sweetwater Lodge, Luxury Atherton Tablelands Accommodation, offers guests a unique Australian holiday experience in the cool tropical climate of Julatten, in Queensland's Tropical North. Sweetwater consists of two luxury, private, and spacious self contained retreats set on160 acres surrounded by a beautiful mountain range just one and a quarter hours north of Cairns International Airport or 25 minutes from Port Douglas. The beautifully presented, architect designed, self contained holiday retreats each accommodate two people in a luxurious king bed. The retreats are finished to a very high degree of comfort with absolute attention to detail. Unique features of the accommodation include a well equipped al fresco kitchen situated on the verandah overlooking the mountains and an indoor/outdoor shower. The property boasts a range of habitats including a beautiful private rainforest walk, a permanent freshwater creek offering numerous swimming holes, which meanders through the property, wallabies, platypus and other marsupials together with an abundance of birdlife. A bush barbecue facility on the edge of the creek is the perfect place in which to relax and watch the sun go down. Sweetwater is a slice of nature's paradise. A warm welcome awaits you.
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