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Cairns is emerging as one of the most famous holiday spots for national and international visitors in Australia. Being a gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest, this modern city is the best place to enjoy some of the world’s most thrilling experiences. Go water rafting on the Tully River, bungee jumping at the AJ Hackett Bungy Tower, parasailing in the Trinity Inlet, hot air ballooning in the Mareeba Valley and tandem hang gliding over the Coral Sea. If these activities sound a bit too adventurous, then why not take a more laidback approach to exploring the city by admiring stunning views of Barron Falls while travelling on the Kuranda Scenic Railway, or riding the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway for aerial views of the Daintree Rainforest. Get in touch with Brightsun Travel about cheap air tickets to Cairns.
Cairns is a foodie’s paradise that offers a variety of delicious local and international flavours to enjoy in its world-class restaurants. Sample some award-winning Australian dishes at restaurant Nu Nu in Palm Cove, or head towards Grafton Street and step in the famous Caffiend café to bite into many specialties, including chilli eggs and French toast with cold coffee and coconut lattes. You can also visit Sheridan Street and tuck into wholesome salads at the Silk Caffe. To sample authentic Greek cuisines, you should definitely visit Yaya’s Hellenic Kitchen and Bar. Brightsun Travel offers a range of cheap flights to Cairns to suit everyone's taste and budget, so you can look forward to planning the trip to this ultimate food hub.
From a range of wildlife sanctuaries to world-class art centres and state-of-the-art museums, Cairns offers a range of attractions for every type of traveller. Walk through the World Heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest to spot different species of wildlife, including tree-kangaroos and saltwater crocodiles in their natural habitat or visit the Tanks Arts Centre where three gigantic fuel-storage tanks have been transformed into art galleries. Another must-visit spot is the Australian Armour & Artillery Museum that boasts the largest display of weapons vehicles in the Southern Hemisphere. Then there is the Canopy Art Centre that showcases sculptures, prints, paintings, and weavings of indigenous Australian artists. You can also visit the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park to discover the rich history of the world’s oldest living Aboriginal culture.