The 5 Best Attractions In Cairns

Quality marine attractions, rainforests, and great foods are three qualities that rank the highest for travel in Cairns, an abundant city in Queensland. The quality of its natural attractions is hard to resist for someone who truly loves exploring places.

Come to the Tropical North one day and enjoy 5 premier destinations that reflect the beauty of Cairns.

The Great Barrier Reef

Experience the world’s biggest reef system consisting over 2,900 of individual reefs and holding 900 islands waiting for travelers to come and appreciate. No wonder why the reef is visible from the outer space. The destination is a known World Heritage Site, thus needs utmost protection. The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is responsible in taking good care of the system, protecting it from damage caused by human use.

Skyrail Rainforest Cableway

Not only one of Cairns’ major attraction but Australia’s top voted tourist attraction. The Skyrail is a 7.5m cable trip that runs from Cairns and Kuranda, this is not just a Skyrail that takes you over the trees. It showcases a trip over the Coral Sea plus the World Heritage-Listed Wet Tropics rainforest.

Kuranda Scenic Railway

The Kuranda Scenic Rail is a five star journey in Cairns that will keep tourists fascinated even until the tour is through. The journey is comprised by unrivaled views of the iconic rainforests of Cairns, steep ravines, the waterfalls that are almost reachable by the human hands and the Baron Gorge. The railway is strategically engineered to pump the hearts with unforgettable excitement and adventure. This trip is partly educational, overall it is simply a wonderful experience that won’t consume a large amount of your time.

Daintree and Cape Tribulation

They say that this trip is like seeing an ancient museum that has endured time and weather for over four hundred million years. The rainforests simply presents the largest range of flora and fauna on earth, by quantity it has over 3000 species of animals. Top the trip with some croc action at the Daintree River.

Dine and Wine at the Atherton Tablelands

This is the chance of the tourists to take advantage of the tropical north’s dining experience through tropical fruit wines, macadamia and coffee plantations, cheeses and a hint of chocolate. Atherton Tablelands is also called the Cairns Highlands. This is best with companies offering food trail tours in Atherton to have more privilege in wine tastings, plantation tours, and more.

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