Lying in the tropical Far North Queensland is a city famed to be the gateway to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef – the city of Cairn; a city lined by bars, cafes, swimming lagoons, and the famous Cairns Esplanade. Cairns’s vast magnificence is immediately obvious in the allure of the Daintree National Park, which extends into the hilly rainforest, garbed now and then by dripping gorges and compelling beaches. The city lays claim to a fair share of the Australian cultural heritage, with its Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park spinning tales – with songs and dance – of indigenous Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.


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