Treat yourself to a special dinner on luxury sailing catamaran Spirit of Cairns. Indulge in a three-course feast including fresh local seafood while you sail around the Cairns waterfront and Trinity Inlet taking in stunning sunset and evening viewsLive Availability
Step aboard sheer luxury on a lavish vessel from Port Douglas Reef Marina. You’ll be pampered by this splendorous sail as you sip a wine, be tempted by culinary treats, and watch the sun set over the ocean and rainforest mountains.Live Availability
Simply soak up beautiful views of the setting sun’s colours spread over Cairns’ waterways, mangroves and mountains or take advantage of the special dinner and cruise package with a delicious three-course meal at one of the city’s top restaurants.Live Availability
Visiting the Great Barrier Reef can be the trip of a lifetime so planning is essential. A good place to make the most of your trip to Tropical North Queensland is Cairns; from there you can access the Great Barrier Reef but also the Daintree Rainforest and so much more.
Green Island’s lush tropical environment and clear turquoise waters provide the perfect reason to venture beyond the mainland. The island is located on the Great Barrier Reef and is only a short 45 minute catamaran or ferry ride from Cairns city. Green Island Resort has easy access for guests with mobility restrictions as the island has a level timber boardwalk through the island’s rainforest, and flat paths through out the island’s main amenities including the restaurants, pool area, and Crocodile Habitat attraction ‘Marineland Melanesia’ and the island resort itself. Whether you decide to visit for the day or stay overnight, your time on Green Island can be as busy or as laid back as you like. With the range of activities on offer at Green Island you will be able to explore the island from a scenic helicopter flight, the beach and the crystal clear water.
When traveling around the world, you meet so many interesting people with fascinating stories and experiences that may one day become your own. Divers for example, love to share their diving experiences from all over, the good and the bad.
Just a spoonful of sugar, a spot of fishing, and the Great Barrier Reef itself are all the ingredients you need to create some fantastic family-friendly events, which the kids will love.
Diving is addictive and one dive is never enough
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