El Grekos Greek Taverna

Palm Cove, Cairns Area

Price Range * Dinner from $20 - $30 (AUD)

Capturing the spirit of Crete, El Greko Taverna transports diners to the realm of traditional Greek cuisine and culture. This Palm Cove sanctuary is typically awash with the smells of lamb roasting on an open fire and the rhythmic sounds of bouzouki. It's a family-friendly location, and the pretty white-washed courtyard is the perfect spot for a leisurely weekend lunch.

Price Range

Mains $20 - $30 (AUD)

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117 Williams Esplanade
Palm Cove, Cairns Area

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Outback Opal Mine

Clifton Beach, Cairns Area
Free Entry
To start your free visit to the Outback Opal Mine why not view the interesting eight minute documentary available in English, Japanese and German. Then take a walk through the simulated Opal mine to see a variety of rough black, boulder and crystal opal embedded in the wall. Relax on the verandah and enjoy morning or afternoon tea. If you have ever wondered how opal gougers work, how opal is formed and how it is cut and polished, be sure to visit Joe and Susan Clyde's showroom. A courtesy coach is available for up to 14 people.

Carrowong Fauna Sanctuary

Kuranda, Mareeba Area
From AU$78 - 125
Carrowong Sanctuary is a 90 acre pristine property completely surrounded by World Heritage listed rainforest. This unlogged rainforest gives guests a unique experience to enjoy walking through a pristine area unspoilt by outside interference. They have no cages or fences, and rainforest life is free to roam. Endangered, rare and vulnerable species here include the southern cassowary, musky rat kangaroo, red legged pademelon, northern platypus, pogonomys, antechinus, hydromys, green, striped and pygmy possums and much more. Around 130 bird species exist here together with 15 notable reptiles. Flora of course is unique with species like Macintyres Boxwood, Licuala Palms, Plalcospermum and so on. Roads and walking tracks throughout the sanctuary have been constructed in such a way as to limit the removal of any old growth forest and fan palms, to avoid both soil erosion and impeded drainage. Their power is generated from the sun and only eco-sensitive composting toilets are used. Their original wildlife tours continue to lead the way in rainforest eco-tourism. Carrowong's Wildlife Mountain Safari concentrates on the rare and endangered mammals of the night and A Night in the Rainforest, their nocturnal spotlighting walk, reveals the great bio-diversity of these ancient rainforests. Over 90 per cent of Australian wildlife is nocturnal, so the best time to view the native inhabitants in their natural environment is at night. All tours are led by local wildlife specialists. A very different experience compared to the mass tour market. Their tours tend to transform guests into strong advocates for environmental protection. Carrowong Fauna Sanctuary is privately funded, locally owned and dedicated to the rehabilitation and conservation of native rainforest wildlife. They know the rainforest, it's where they live and their original wildlife tours continue to lead the way in rainforest eco-tourism. All tours are led by local wildlife specialists.

Cairns Night Zoo

Palm Cove, Cairns Area
From AU$105 - 138
The Cairns Night Zoo is a great Aussie night out! Come and see what the Aussies get up to after dark! Enjoy a delicious barbecue of steak, chicken, fresh prawns, steamed rice and vegetables, salads and desserts. Your night also includes a complimentary beer or wine upon arrival. Juice and soft drinks are included during the night. After dinner, the guided spotlighting tour is a great experience! Meet some of Australia's favourite animals. See crocodiles, koalas, an owl, maybe something slithering and other furry creatures. During the tour sample Billy Tea and Damper around the campfire with the authentic 'Swaggie' and the tame kangaroos. You will have the kangaroos eating out of your hand. Back at the entertainment area exchange the spotlight for a refreshment and join in with the resident bush musician. Time to learn some great Aussie folk songs and dance with the 'zoo folk'. Nothing too serious here and it's great fun for all ages and nationalities. Transfers are available from Cairns, Northern Beaches and Palm Cove . Numbers are limited so pre booking is absolutely essential.

Paradise Palms Golf Course

Kewarra Beach, Cairns Area
  • Free WiFi
From AU$120 - 120
Consistently ranked as one of Australia's best and most challenging courses, Paradise Palms 18 hole championship golf course offers a combination of sweeping fairways, snaking creeks, six lakes, narrow undulating greens and 94 bunkers. The Par 72 course is listed in the Top 100 courses in Australia, is open to the public seven days a week and is a great test for golfers of all levels.

Cairns Tropical Zoo

Palm Cove, Cairns Area
From AU$34 - 34
The award winning Cairns Tropical Zoo is located on the Captain Cook Highway at Palm Cove, just 20 minutes north of Cairns. The zoo is six hectares of tropically landscaped gardens featuring a natural habitat displaying Australia's unique animals and some international exotic animals. During the day visitors have the opportunity to 'Cuddle a Koala', a large python, or a small crocodile (extra cost applies and includes a top quality souvenir digital photograph). This is a great place to get close to the animals during the fantastic wildlife presentations which are all included in the entry price. Hand feed kangaroos and wallabies and visit one of Australia's best reptile displays. The daily program features entertaining and educational presentations. Enjoy the only Snake Show that features the world's most venomous snake; be amazed at the keeper 'hand feeding' giant saltwater crocodiles, and see Queensland's first Free Flight Bird Show featuring many species of birds including eagles. The Zootastic 5 experience is their small group exciting interactive tour. Feed, pat, hold and take photos with five favourites. This includes a souvenir photo with a koala. Minimum age 10 years. Must be booked the day prior.
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