We want your holiday at our tropical hotel to be truly unforgettable. That is why we give special attention to all of your needs so that we can ensure an unforgettable experience. Cairns offers the perfect setting with stunning experience for leisure, business or a bit of both.

Popular Activities

  • Check out Moody’s Playground/Cafe
  • Jog in Cairns Botanical Garden
  • Horse-riding (Blazing Saddles Adventures)
  • Snorkelling or turtle spotting – Great Barrier Reef
  • Scenic Reef flight or river cruise in Daintree Tropical Rainforest
  • Hot air Balloon in Atherton Tableland
  • Relaxing meal in Kuranda Village or Palm Cove
  • Diving in Great Barrier Reef
  • Evening out at Cairn Reef Casino
  • Barron river white-water rafting
  • Barron River white-water rafting
  • Kayaking in Fitzroy Island
  • Bike riding (Chopper’s motorcycle rides & Rentals)
  • Rainforest Mulgrave river tubing
  • Cairns Reef fishing
  • Great Day fishing & Crabbing Tours
  • Surfing at Tobruk Memorial Pool
  • Spa or Message nearby.
    – Catalena Beauty & Day Spa
    – Amanda Gale Physio

SIght-Seeing Attractions during your stay

Muddy's Cafe
and Playground

Muddy's Cafe/Playground

One of the best playground and waterpark in Cairns! A Family must-do favorite! Have kids dressed in swimmer since they will get wet. Lots of activities for kids to do, and parents can relax with cup of coffee and some yummy food

Cairns Night Market
and Rusty's Market

Cairns Night Market and Rusty's Market

Cairns Night markets are great for for array of souvenirs for Cairns &the Great Barrier Reef, t-shirts, hats, jewelry and lots of other local arts and crafts everyday of the year from 5pm to 11pm. Where as Rusty's Markets are also another must see while in Cairns, local fresh foods, cheese, cured meats, cafes, food vans and lots of local arts and crafts. Operating on Friday /Saturday and Sunday

Cairns Botanical

Cairns Botanical Garden

If you love plant and flowers, then check out Cairns Botanical Garden. It is one of the best exhibitions of tropical plants, and the plant life in Australia. There are lots of native animal and bird life to spot in the grounds, walking tracks to explore, and informative tours to learn about tropical flora and horticulture you’ll find in the Gardens.

The Cairns

The Cairns Esplanade

The Cairns Esplanade board walk is a beautiful walk along the for shore of where the Ocean meets the mainland. You will find beautiful cafes and restaurants situated along the board walk. You will often see people taking photos of the native birds that live on the Cairns Esplanade mud flats on low tide. Our Cairns City Map (Location section) shows you the Cairns Esplanade Saltwater Lagoon, a very popular spot for tourist and travellers alike to relax and soak up the Tropical North Queensland Sun

Orchid Plaza Cairnss
Very Own China Town

Orchid Plaza Cairns very own China Town

Orchid Plaza is Cairns very own China Town all mainly focused around food. You will find very good value and very yummy Korean, Japanese, Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese food in here. Make a stop here at least once on your trip to Cairns

Rainforest Experience:
Kuranda Railway & Skyrail Cableway

Rainforest Experience: Kuranda Railway & Skyrail Cableway

One of the most Popular tour in Cairns when you have only several hours to spare is Kuranda!, the village in the rainforest. You can take a scenic railway or one of the world longest skyrail cableway as part of the journey to this beautiful village among middle of mountains with freshwater running along the line. Kuranda is 328 meter above sea level. Both train or cableway will pass the spectacular waterfalls and into the stunning barron Gorge, and of course the incredible scenery the World Heritage-listed forest can offer. When inside Kuranda, you can enjoy some shopping, Mini Golf or learn about the indigenous culture at the Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience center.

Great Barrier Reef Experience:
Green Island

Great Barrier Reef Experience: Green Island

Green island is one of Cairns’ most loved tourist attractions: a coral cay 27km offshore from Cairns, within the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park World Heritage Area, only 300 metres wide and 650metres long. Come and see the largest crocodile in captivity!.

Great Barrier Reef Experience:
Fitzroy Island

Great Barrier Reef Experience: Fitzroy Island

Fitzroy Island’s beaches and the coral reefs forms part of the UNESCO-listed Great Barrier Reef and lie less than an hour's boat ride from Cairns. Apart from above water or beach activities above, you can also check out the glass bottom boat cruise, paddle boarding, paddle skiing or hiking in Fitzroy national park or turtle spotting along the beach

Palm Cove

Palm Cove

Palm Cove is a charming seaside village only 30 minutes drive away from Cairns, where the best beach in Cairns awaits. It’s a great spot for a relaxing day of sun, sand and surf. It is also popular for fishing, kayaking, snorkeling and scuba diving. If you’re a golfer, there’s also a 9-hole golf course only a 1km walk from the beach.

Atherton Tablelands
And Chillagoe

Atherton Tableland and Chillagoe

About half an hours drive from Cairns, Atheton tableland offers truly peaceful, picturesque, relaxing and unspoiled experience that differ from reef and beaches. There are lots to do: Gallo Dairyland Mengalli Creek dairy, the Lake Barrine tea house, historical villages Hou Wang Miau Chinese Temple, and the fascinating Tyrconnell Historic Goldmine. You can learn the history of coffee, swim in fresh water swim holes or watch waterfall or a family or romantic hot air balloon trip to watch the sunset, tableland under feet. If willing to drive more, then 3 hours to Chillagoe will worth the trip with the amazing cave and balancing rock especially under stary night.

Daintree Rainforest, Mossman
Gorge And Cape Tribulation

Daintree Rainforest, Mossman Gorge & Cape Tribulation

The only place in the world where two World Heritage-listed sites exist side by side–Daintree National Park and The Great Barrier Reef. As you continue to Cape Tribulation for a spectacular view over the Great Barrier Reef, then journey into the heart of the UNESCO-protected Daintree Rainforest to experience one of Australia’s most picturesque sites, with stunning scenery, and abundant flora and fauna in this ancient tropical rainforests. The breath taking walking trails, waterfalls, and forest and coastal views will make your trip most unforgettable one. Take part in a traditional Kuku Yalanji smoke ceremony in the Mossman Gorge to discover the region’s Aboriginal heritage.

Palm Cove

Palm Cove is a charming seaside village only 30 minutes drive away from Cairns, where the best beach in Cairns awaits. It’s a great spot

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