Cairns Hotel, Resorts and Accommodation
Haggerstone Island Guesthouse
Haggerstone is a truly unique and wonderful place - a small complex of tropical timber buildings, gardens, orchard and dams; set amidst true wilderness country.
The Lakes Cairns Resort and Spa Instant Bookings
The award winning Lakes Cairns Resort and Spa entices you to experience the charms and convenience of 4 ½ star resort life in tropical Australia with all the services of a true international hotel.
The Summit Rainforest Retreat
Peace and tranquillity is assured on over two hectares of land. The Summit Rainforest Retreat is unique, in its quality, the number of guests it can cater for, its position and the native flora and fauna that surrounds it.
Bohemia Resort sets the standard for budget and hostel accommodation in Cairns.
Getaway On Grafton
Getaway on Grafton boasts many attractive features for visitors to Cairns to experience.
Sebel Harbour Lights Cairns
While nestled inside the exclusive CityPort marina it is hard to believe how close you are to the Cairns city centre - boutique shopping, fine cuisine, and entertainment are a mere one minute stroll along the Esplanade harbour-front boardwalk.
Cairns InformationWelcome to Cairns - a tropical paradise
The city of Cairns is the heart of Tropical North Queensland and is the gateway to Northern Australia. Cairns is simply beautiful, framed by the spectacular twin backdrops of rainforest mountain ranges and the sparkling Coral Sea. Cairns is a modern, sophisticated city, and is an ideal base to explore the wider Tropical North Queensland region with front door access to World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef, Daintree Rainforest and Outback Escapes.
The Cairns International Airport is located only several minutes drive north of the city centre. The city itself is where much of the resort accommodation is situated close to international standard, restaurants, boutique shopping, modern art galleries and evening entertainment.
All the attributes of a world class modern city are to be found in Cairns: International air access, rail systems, high-standard resorts & accommodation facilities, an art gallery, botanic gardens, university, a casino and a convention centre.
Almost a century of architecture is reflected in the city streets of Cairns - a comfortable blend of traditional Queenslander style and modern designs. Modern buildings grace the cityscape with a mixture of architectural designs including the Reef Hotel Casino, Cairns International Hotel and the Cairns Convention Centre.
A focal point for the city is the Cairns Esplanade. Almost two kilometres of landscaped parkland fringes a busy thoroughfare and restaurant strip on one side, and a natural harbour inlet on the other. Each year, thousands of visitors flock to the Esplanade to relax on the grass, eat at sidewalk cafes, meet new people, to walk under the trees, and to watch the many bird species which come to feed on the tidal zone.