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From white water rafting to bungee jumping and skydiving, and with hundreds of tours visiting the Great Barrier Reef each year, you're sure to find one, or a couple, to try.

Cairns is the main departure point to the Great Barrier Reef with trips departing daily all year round catering to all levels of experience, whether you are a beginner snorkeler, advanced diver or do not swim at all we can find you the right reef cruise for your ultimate Great Barrier Reef adventure.

It is a relatively small CBD bounded by Cairns Central Shopping Centre to the west, Cairns Airport to the north and Cairns City Council buildings to the south.

The northern end of the Cairns Esplanade is very peaceful and scenic, away from the hustle and bustle, but still within easy walking distance to all the entertainment.

Door to door coach transfers meet all flights and provide ease and convenience on your arrival.

By Road Cairns is approximately 1750km from Brisbane, and if you have time up your sleeve then self driving is a great way to experience the ever changing landscapes of Queensland.

By Rail Queensland Rail operates services from Brisbane to Cairns twice weekly on the Tilt Train and three departures a week on the Sunlander.

Average travel time is 24 hours on the Tilt Train and 31 hours on the Sunlander.

To experience white sandy beaches in Cairns you must head north to the Northern Beaches which commence just 10 minutes from the CBD.

Fitzroy Island Resort Snorkel, dive, sea kayak and discover the magic of the Great Barrier Reef.

Explore rainforest walking trails or escape and unwind on a deserted beach.

Cairns City has a wide variety of accommodation from international hotels to holiday apartments, family resorts and budget backpacker hostels all at very competitive prices.

Choosing a central accommodation location in Cairns City is ideal to easily access the Reef Fleet Terminal where many Great Barrier Reef day trips depart from.

Cairns also receives international flights from Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, Papua New Guinea and New Zealand.

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