Wet season in Cairns

Well of course it has to rain sometimes or we wouldn’t be living in the middle of a million hectares of the world’s oldest rainforest. The ‘wet season’ in Cairns can stretch from the end of November until almost April, but most of the heavy rainfall is usually concentrated in January, February and March. Being as we are almost at the end of March - and our underwater camera rental business is rather weather dependent - we are looking forward with optimism!

If you’re planning a trip to Cairns or other destinations in Tropical North Queensland, you might be interested in some of the helpful information on our Cairns visitor information page.

It hasn’t been a great month, but with a bit of scattered sunshine now dancing around, and reef conditions calming down, our cameras are almost booked out for tonight. That will put the new Mercedes to the test. oops… I don;t think I had told you about that…

There must have been some significant rainfall up around Kuranda and the Atherton Tablelands over the past few days, because the waterfall at the end of our street was roaring yesterday morning when I snapped these photos…

We took Junior to the tablelands yesterday… he loved it!

4 Responses to “Wet season in Cairns”

  1. María Says:

    They look a lot to each other!!! Nunca he visto un recien nacido que se parezca más a su padre!!! Thanks for your blog and your information! Congratulations! Un saludo desde Andalucía.

  2. Vanesa Says:

    Que imagen mas tierna! y menudos paisajes….ojalá vuelva a tener la oportunidad de volver a Australia! quien sabe…

  3. Steve Says:

    Thanks Vanesa, but next time eeen Eeeeengleeesh please!!

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