Things to Do

Cairns is perfect destination to base yourself to experience the huge range of natural, historical and culinary attractions that Far North Queensland has to offer. Our helpful staff are more than happy to recommend the ideal itinerary for you, based on their own extensive experiences.

Great Barrier Reef

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The Great Barrier Reef

The world’s largest and most complex reef system, The Great Barrier Reef is a popular destination for visitors of Cairns. There is a large range of operators, catering for anything from a simple snorkel daytrip to a liveaboard scuba dive trips. Experience the amazing colours and variety of corals and fish up close and personal.

Our helpful staff can assist you in finding the ideal Great Barrier Reef experience for you.


Daintree Rainforest

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Daintree Rainforest

Often described as the ‘Rainforest by the Sea’, the Daintree Rainforest is the oldest rainforest in the world, featuring a huge array of species found nowhere else in the world. The Daintree is perfect for nature-lovers, with a range of activities including birdwatching, hiking trails and lookouts and much more.

Our staff’s local knowledge helps us to recommend the best activities, based on your interests.


Hot Air Ballooning above Malanda, North Queensland

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Atherton Tablelands

For those seeking a more relaxing tour than an adventurous one, a quiet meander up the Atherton Tablelands may be just the ticket. Quiet locations such as Yungaburra, Atherton, Mareeba and Malanda have much to offer those interested in local arts & crafts and culinary delights.

Ask our staff about the best places to visit. We can also assist you in arranging car hire to get you there.


Kuranda Skyrail

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Kuranda

A popular daytrip destination for Cairns tourists, Kuranda is a picturesque village a short distance from Cairns, surrounded by World Heritage Rainforest. Kuranda is well known for its shops and markets featuring local crafts and aboriginal artefacts.

There are many options for those wishing to travel to Kuranda, with options for driving, or the ever popular Kuranda Scenic Railway and Skyrail Cableway.

Why not talk to our friendly staff about planning your Kuranda daytrip?


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Papua New Guinea

If you have come this far north to see a Tropical Paradise, why not travel just 1.20mins further and explore Papua New Guinea, one of the worlds most beautiful geograohical and culturally diverse countries that shares an historical past with Australia.

Our parent Company owns and operates the Madang Resort and Kalibobo Village (pictured) located in the heart of beautiful Madang offering 200 suites along the beautiful Madang Harbour,  Facilities include conference rooms, gift shops, tennis courts, golf course, dive shop, marina, canoes, kayaks, sailing cats and the luxurious Kalibobo Spirit, a motor yacht available for charter to the Sepik River and Islands off the North Coast of PNG.

For more details about this exciting option go to www.mtspng.com


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Paronella Park

Andrew, Juanita, Amaiya and myself made a visit to Paronella Park last Friday to see for our selves this popular attraction,   We went by car which takes approx 90 minutes, we had a quick snack before spending 2 hours wandering through this amazing place.  Juanita and Andrew can be seen climbing the giant staircase after we had taken a 45 minute guided walk through the highlights and to hear about the history of Jose Paronella;s freams and visions.

We highy recommend this tour which operates daily.  Bookings can be made at reception to Paronella Park along with scores of other interesting places to visit in FNQ.  Sir Peter Barter