Cairns is a prosperous city situated in Far North Queensland, Australia. Because of its location, the city is the ideal jump-off point if you want to explore the Great Barrier Reef. The city is an urban area surrounded by lush rainforest, so you won’t get disappointed with both its cityscape and natural beauty.
Cairns is one of the most perfect tropical destination among tourists, backpackers, and holidaymakers because of the wide variety of activities. There’s not only a ton of things to do in Cairns, there’s also a lot to see in this beautiful place.
There are also a number of golf clubs in and around of the city if you want to enjoy a pleasant walk and a round of golf.
A tour of the Great Barrier Reef is one of the most rewarding activities in this city. You can go snorkeling or scuba diving in the rich waters of the Pacific and see schools of fishes and colorful corals underwater. If you aren’t up for some underwater exploration, you can just stay on the beach and still have a wonderful time sunbathing, swimming, and people watching. Topnotch beaches are just a short drive north of the city.
A visit to the Cairns Tropical Zoo is another worthwhile activity. Here, you can interact with different reptiles, birds, and mammals and witness some amazing animal shows.
Cairns features a tropical monsoon climate with a wet season running from November through May. June to October is relatively dry, although frequent rain showers are still expected. Daily temperatures vary little throughout the year. June is the coolest month with an average temperature of 25.7 °C (78.3 °F) while January is the warmest month with a mean temperature of 31.4 °C (88.5 °F).
Notable events in the city are usually sports matches like rugby, cricket, and basketball. If you want to check out some local games, head to Parramatta Park, Barlow Park, Cairns Convention Centre, or Cazaly’s Stadium.
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