Don't say we didn't warn you. There's a lot to do in Tropical North Queensland, from horse riding on the beach to cruising a crocodile infested river. And let's not even get started about the Great Barrier Reef. Now, make yourself a cup of tea and prepare to delve into some of the awesome tours that are available in and around Cairns.
THERE'S A TOUR TO SUIT EVERYONE'S TASTE AND BUDGET. HAVE A LOOK AT WHAT WE'VE PUT TOGETHER FOR YOU. IF YOU STILL CAN'T FIND WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR, DROP US AN EMAIL AND WE'LL DO OUR BEST TO FIND IT. SURELY IT EXISTS.
Diving, snorkelling, or just cruisin'... a day on the Great Barrier Reef is sure to be a highlight of your Tropical North Queensland experience. What's that? You want more than just a day trip? Well, come on in, we've got it all for you, from half day snorkelling trips to liveaboard diveboats.
If you don't have time to get amongst the steamy, wet rainforests of the World Heritage listed Wet Tropics, well... we feel sorry for you. This is a unique area, and we can connect you with a rainforest tour that will suit your interests, your abilities, and your budget.
The famed Aussie Outback stretches north right into Queensland's Gulf of Carpentaria and Cape York Peninsula, a vast, untamed region that mystifies visitors who are bold enough to get 'off the beaten track'. We can offer you a range of options for exploring this unique part of Australia.
The only way to truly appreciate the sheer size of the Great Barrier Reef, one of the world's natural wonders, is from the air. What about a flight over the World Heritage listed Wet Tropics rainforest, or the rolling hills of the Atherton Tablelands? What are you waiting for? Click!
The Daintree River, just an hour and a half north of Cairns, is home to Australia's apex predator, the saltwater crocodile, which grows to over six metres in length and weighs in at a healthy one tonne. Catch a glimpse of these modern day dinosaurs from the safety of a river boat.
Get off the beaten track and leave the package tourists behind you. Crash your way through some of Australia's toughest terrain from the safety and comfort of a specially designed four wheel drive vehicle. The Wet Tropics rainforest? The great Australian outback? It's up to you.
If bouncing along a rutted outback track, or crashing through flooded rainforest streams sounds a bit extreme for you, there are plenty of more sedate ways to experience everything that Tropical North Queensland has to offer.
Tropical North Queensland spans thousands of kilometres of pristine coastline, and the waters of the Great Barrier Reef are dotted with almost a thousand islands. The only tough decision you'll have to make is which cruise to take...
You didn't expect to find wineries in Tropical North Queensland? Well, expect to be surprised... and delighted. Our region is a food and wine lover's paradise, and we don't mind sharing a few local secrets with you...
Would you like to begin your stay with a bit of an orientaton of the city? Interested in learning some of the local history and folklore before you begin exploring the beautiful natural places of Tropical North Queensland? Well, climb on board for one of these city tours.
If we mentioned world record size Barramundi, 1000 pound Black Marlin, and the veritable smorgasbord of species that flourish in our diverse tropical environment, would that interest you? Whatever your style, whatever your budget, whatever your target... the fish are waiting. Where are you?
We don't like to boast, but it's difficult not to. Our Wet Tropics region is home to twenty percent of Australia's bird species, many of which are not found anywhere else in the world. From the noisy Kookaburra to the elusive Cassowary, this area is a birdwatchers' paradise. Got your binoculars?