Cairns & the Tropical North Travel Tips
Tropical, wild and rugged, Queensland's Far North proves the theory that size doesn't matter. Although small geographically, this stunning destination contains the richest pockets of biodiversity in Australia, if not the world.
The dense and ancient rainforests of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area coat the landscape, spilling out onto gorgeous beaches. Offshore lies the spectacular Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.
Written by Brooke, Australia, August 2012
Even though Cairns is a smaller Australian
city (number 14 on the list by population), the tropical climate and
access to an outdoors culture year round make it one of the most popular
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, April 2012
Though it’s known as the “Gateway to the Great Barrier Reef ,” the Australian city of Cairns
is also a great base for day trips and extended excursions into the
surrounding rainforest, parks, ...
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