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Cairns Northern Beaches

  • Guide to the Red Arrow walking trail in Cairns

    Throw on your best activewear and prepare to stretch your legs as you venture into the natural playground of Mount Whitfield. You’ll feel worlds away from city life as you delve into the depths of the rainforest, despite being less than ten minutes from Cairns CBD.

  • It’s a locavore life

    Flanked by the coral sea, the Gulf of Carpentaria and tropical rainforest, boasting vast differences in climate and altitude, Tropical North Queensland has arguably the greatest variety of fresh produce in Australia.

  • Best waterfront bars in Tropical North Queensland

    Beaches and bars are a match made in heaven – especially in the tropics, where any excuse to down a cool beverage is welcomed. Here are some of the coolest waterfront and beach bars Tropical North Queensland has to offer.

  • Marine Biologist For A Day – Inspiring The Next Generation of Reef Warriors

    Ever wondered what it’s like to be a marine biologist on the Great Barrier Reef? Sunlover Reef Cruises’ Marine Biologist For a Day Program allows future generations to literally dive into the role.

  • Top places for a date near Cairns

    Whether you’re embraced in the thralls of a new holiday romance, on your honeymoon or anywhere in between, deciding on where to actually go for a date can be tough. Find some fresh and fun inspiration below:

  • Great Green Way – The start of your East Coast Adventure

    Spanning 457km down Australia’s East Coast from Cairns to Townsville, the Great Green Way encompasses waterfalls, wetlands, mountains, and plenty of friendly country towns.

  • Holiday Inn Cairns Harbourside

    Located on the Cairns Esplanade overlooking beautiful ocean, Holiday Inn Cairns Harbourside is a popular retreat for both holidaymakers and [more…]

  • An active traveller’s guide to Cairns

    Boasting nature’s ultimate keep-fit playground, nutritious local produce for those post-workout gains, and plenty of idyllic spots for some all-important recovery time, Tropical North Queensland is an active traveller’s dream. Here are our top tips to exploring the region like a top athlete:

  • Where to find the best small bars in Cairns

    If big pubs aren’t your favourite venue, there are plenty of cosier options for a quiet drink in Tropical North Queensland.

  • Embrace the Wet Season in the Wet Tropics

    The wet season in the Wet Tropics brings a different beauty to the area. For locals, it offers a sense of nostalgia; for visitors, an understanding of why it’s affectionately named “the big wet”.