Cairns, located in the North of Queensland is the perfect city to visit, live or work. It is one of the most popular destinations for tourism in Australia, and rightfully so. Cairns has so much to offer. If you are considering visiting Cairns, here are some tips to get you started. 

Wildlife Parks

The North of Queensland is the excellent location to visit if you are into catching a glimpse of Australian wildlife. Below are just a few options you should consider making time out for to get a full range of what Cairns has to offer:

Australian Butterfly Sanctuary: Learn about the different tropical butterflies that surround the rainforest.

Birdworld Kuranda: As one of Australia’s largest free-flight aviaries, you will not be disappointed when coming here.

Cairns Night Zoo: A different experience, here you will learn about the night life of Australia. From how owls to crocodiles, this will be a memorable experience you can hold onto the rest of your life.

The Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary: Here you will be able to understand more about the Australian exotic rainforest and bush land. As the area is on a World Heritage List, you will want to spend some time exploring and getting lost in this sanctuary.

Cairns Night Market

After a long day out, consider taking some time to visit the Cairns Night Markets. The city transforms into a home for food and other trinkets during the nights. It is a bustling scene with local and tourists alike. Here you can grab a bite to eat from Chinese to Italian cuisine while you shop for local handmade crafts to bring home as souvenirs.

Great Barrier Reef

One of the most awe inspiring pieces of worldly natural treasures, the Great Barrier Reef is a World Heritage Area and rightly so, as it is an expansive stretch of marine ecosystem. It boasts a remarkable variety of marine life, a wash of amazing colours from the coral and clear warm waters to explore. When either scuba diving or touring on a boat, the Great Barrier Reef offers some of the most memorizing views and experiences.