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Kookas Bed and Breakfast

Edge Hill, Cairns Area

Indicative Rate * AU$98 to AU$165

Kooka's is a peaceful Cairns bed and breakfast accommodation in Edge Hill, only ten minutes from Cairns city centre and the Cairns Esplanade Lagoon. Nestled in tropical rainforest of Far North Queensland on the foot of Mount Whitfield in Edge Hill, it is the best spot for your relaxing holiday in Cairns.

The two story house features a modern open plan living and dining area, outdoor dining area and a wide balcony with fantastic view over the surrounding hills and Cairns. The ten metre long swimming pool with sundeck is so inviting to all guests. Kooka's Bed and Breakfast offers queen, family, twin and single accommodation. All bedrooms have air-conditioning.

Kooka's is short for Kookaburras (native bird of the Kingfisher Family) who wake you up every morning for breakfast. The surroundings are planted with native trees to attract Ulysses butterflies and exotic birds.

Highlights that Tropical North Queensland has to offer include the Great Barrier Reef, beautiful golden beaches, bird watching, great golf courses, the World Heritage Rainforest and the weather - beautiful one day, perfect the next.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Communal Lounge
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
40 Hutchinson Street
Edge Hill, Cairns Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Queen Double Bedroom/Twin Bedroom

Bed configuration is one queen double bed or two long single beds.

All rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated and screening ensures for comfort all year round. Each room features air conditioning, ceiling fans, smoke alarm and separate entry. As well as coffee making facilities, free wi-fi, fridge and television are available.

King Double/Twin Bedroom

Bed configuration is one king size double bed or twin beds (two long single beds).

All rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated and screening ensures for comfort all year round. Each room features air conditioning, ceiling fans, smoke alarm and separate entry. As well as coffee making facilities, free wi-fi, fridge and television are available.

Family Bedroom (Two Rooms and Up To 4 People)

Bed configuration is one one king size double bed and two single beds or four single beds.

Those two bed rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated and screening ensures for comfort all year round. Each room features air conditioning, ceiling fans, smoke alarm and separate entry. As well as coffee making facilities, free wi-fi fridge and television are available.

Budget Single Bedroom

Bed configuration is one single bed.
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All rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated and screening ensures for comfort all year round. Each room features air conditioning, ceiling fans, smoke alarm and separate entry. As well as coffee making facilities, free wi-fi, fridge and television are available.

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