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A lush tropical paradise surrounded by the Coral Sea

Located in North Queensland, Cairns is an energetic city with lush, tropic surroundings. It is home to one of Mother Nature’s most prized creations, the offshore Great Barrier Reef. It is a haven for diving, snorkelling and adventure enthusiasts, with millions of visitors from around the globe converging on this tropical nirvana.

Several tour and charter boats depart from Cairns Pier to the Great Barrier Reef daily and Port Douglas. Buses from Cairns Central Station and the Freshwater Connection Station take tourists to the picturesque and tranquil Atherton Tablelands and Daintree National Park. Cairns Lagoon is a large man-made inlet overlooking the Coral Sea and is popular for swimming, picnics, a BBQ and sunbathing.

Cairns has shopping malls, cinema complexes and numerous cafés, eateries, restaurants, and traditional Australian pubs. A popular destination for backpackers, it has many bars, nightclubs and hostels scattered around Cairns Boulevard.

Atractions like Cairns Flecker Botanic Gardens, Cairns Rainforest Dome and Skyway Rainforest Cableway are easily accessible from the city. Cairns International Airport has direct access to Brisbane, Mackay, Sydney, and Darwin. Grafton Accommodation has a number of hostels, resorts and hotels in Cairns and Queensland.

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FAQs about hotels in Cairns

On average, 3-star hotels in Cairns cost $82 per night, and 4-star hotels in Cairns are $126 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Cairns can be found for $214 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Cairns this weekend is $93 or, for a 4-star hotel, $143. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Cairns for this weekend cost around $168 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $90 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Cairns for tonight. You'll pay around $132 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Cairns will cost around $175, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Many families visiting Cairns loved staying at Crystalbrook Flynn, Pullman Reef Hotel Casino, and Crystalbrook Bailey.
Travelers who stayed in Cairns near Cairns Airport (CNS) have said good things about Cairns Colonial Club Resort, Nightcap at Edge Hill Tavern, and Cairns Plaza Hotel.
Crystalbrook Flynn, The Abbott Boutique Hotel, and Pullman Reef Hotel Casino are some of the popular hotels in Cairns.
For hotels in Cairns that serve highly-rated breakfasts, try Crystalbrook Bailey, Hilton Cairns, and Pullman Reef Hotel Casino.
These hotels in Cairns are highly rated by couples: Crystalbrook Flynn, The Abbott Boutique Hotel, and Pullman Reef Hotel Casino.
Shangri-La The Marina, Cairns, Crystalbrook Riley, and Cairns Plaza Hotel got great room view-related reviews from travelers in Cairns.

What guests said about Cairns

8 Tourist orientated.
Tourist orientated. Has a great food court which is open at night. Many hotels and motels to choose from. Access to Reef, rainforest and Atherton Tablelands. Great train service and flights to Brisbane. New access road to the city on the southern approaches. Variety of shops in the CBD. Friendly people. Great variety of restaurants. Cultural experiences available - Kuranda art galleries etc. Hartley's Crocodile Farm. Access to Port Douglas, Palm cove and the Daintree. Kuranda tourist railway and Skyrail.
Peter, Australia
10 Everybody should visit Cairns... the locals are super...
Everybody should visit Cairns... the locals are super friendly, the reef is incredible - you must snorkel or dive, and the rainforest is mind-blowing, everybody should take the gondola... it was a highlight of our trip. The restaurants are really good value and the food is absolutely delicious. Great local coffee too! It's fair to say we will be back!
Charlotte, New Zealand
10 I like Cairns. I like the weather and the vibe.
I like Cairns. I like the weather and the vibe. There is always people around from early morning to late at night. I like the esplanade and the lagoon is fantastic. Rusty's market is a good place to visit as is Hemmingway's. A visit to the Botanic gardens is well worth it as well as the Tanks especially for a concert. The CPAC is also great for concerts. I walked to a lot of places and also caught buses.
Judith, Australia
4 I thought Cairns was very run down.
I thought Cairns was very run down. The tourist activities expensive rushed and tacky. Our jet boat guy nearly crashed it accidentally and hurt everyone on the boat. We didn’t see one turtle on Green Island. The reef is in a terrible state
Sheridan, Australia
8 Cairns is an awesome place to visit, plenty of things to do,...
Cairns is an awesome place to visit, plenty of things to do, lots of lovely beaches along the coast and central for visiting the tableland or further up the coast to Port Douglas or the Daintree. It’s a shame that most of the accomodation is so expensive.
Stacey, Australia
8 My single biggest recommendation for restauranteurs is C'est...
My single biggest recommendation for restauranteurs is C'est Bon. It's a French Restaurant in Cairns CBD, close to everything. It's easily my most favourite restaurant in Australia. It's unpretentious yet classy. The food is excellent. The staff very friendly and professional. Parking right out the front. We like to sit on the side verandah next to the shopping alley, just like you would if you were in Paris. Highly recommended.
Mark, Australia

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