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Cairns, is a city in tropical Far North Queensland and is considered the gateway to Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Its Aboriginal Cultural Park tells the stories of indigenous Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with music and dance. Cairns Esplanade, lined in bars and restaurants, has a swimming lagoon. Northwest of the city, Daintree National Park spans mountainous rainforest, gorges and spectacular beaches.
Visit Cairns for the Great Barrier Reef and Wet Tropics World Heritage Rainforest, but don't miss the great things to do in and around town. You'll find brilliant cafés, bustling markets and plenty of beaches nearby. Relax by a resort pool or spend your days exploring this tropical oasis. A must is to explore the reef, get a charter to take you out scuba diving or even snorkelling. You will soon find yourself mind blow at the beauty of this underwater world. The Great Barrier reef is definitely one place to put on your travel bucket list and a once in a lifetime experience that you will never forget with is underwater world featured on my documentaries
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Cairns: The average annual maximum temperature is 29°C (84.2°F), with 62% humidity. Plan ahead with our information on temperature and rainfall. During summer in Cairns, average temperatures range from 23.6 - 31.4°C (74.5 - 88.5°F).
When is the best time to fly to Cairns?
The peak tourist season in Cairns falls between June and August during the Cairns winter. As like peak periods in most tourist destinations, you will find the cost of accommodation and tours will be at full price.
Off peak Season:
From September to December, the weather begins warming up again, but springtime is a delight, with blooming plant life and plenty of animal activity, making it the perfect time to visit parks, gardens and wildlife attractions. The Reef springs to life with the yearly coral spawning event and the birds go through their colourful mating rituals. While daytime temperatures often reach 30 degrees Celsius (with an average low of around 21 degrees Celsius), these are often followed by a stormy evening that makes for a spectacular lightning-charged showcase.
Places to stay
Cairns and surrounding areas offer plenty of different types of accommodation to suit any budget. Use our search tool above to multiple sites and show you the best prices. It is simple to use, just enter the destination, the dates of your stay and number of people and let the search tool do the work for you. Once you find your ideal place simply click on the deal and get taken directly to the booking site we found the deal with.
Attractions to see
The Daintree rainforest in Tropical North Queensland Australia is one of the most diverse and beautiful examples of Mother Natures work in the world and all are found within an area of approximately 1200 square kilometres - the largest chunk of protected tropical rainforest in Australia. This ecologically unique rainforest is home to the most extensive range of rare plants and animals on earth.
Great Barrier Reef
The reef boat journey can take from 45 minutes to 90 minutes dependant on your island destination and that will give you around two hours of snorkelling and scuba diving adventure. Day trips usually leave Cairns or Port Douglas at about 8am and return to Cairns at 5:30pm.
On the Great Barrier Reef, you can dive all year-round, although the best conditions for diving are from late August to early December. For live aboard diving, the best time to go is July through November. In the Coral Sea, the visibility is best in June and in September.
There are plenty of places to get up close and personal with the wildlife in Far North Queensland, it just depends what type of wildlife encounter you are after. There are many zoos and wildlife parks in the region specialising in Australian animals, butterflies, birds and reptiles, each one worthy of a visit.
Then there are a range of crocodile cruises on the Daintree River, nightly guided rainforest walks to spot nocturnal animals, boat cruises to the Great Barrier Reef, glass bottom boat and semi-submersible submarine cruises to observe the marine life on the reef and even a turtle rehabilitation centre where you can visit the turtles undergoing rehabilitation.