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Tropical North Queensland is One of the Most Beautiful and Diverse Locations in the World!

Where else can you experience the oldest rainforest on the planet, endless sandy beaches, breathtaking waterfalls, ancient Curtain Fig Trees, the Golden Outback, some of the most unique flora and fauna to be found anywhere and let's not forget one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World, the Great Barrier Reef? Finding your way around is easy, with some of Australia's best drives located right here in Far North Queensland, and the best thing is that we have the vehicles for your adventure right here with all the comforts that you need for great experience!

Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is the world's largest living coral reef, spanning some 2500 kilometers and running parallel to the Queensland Coastline. The Great Barrier Reef is the crown jewel for residents and visitors of Cairns Australia and is home to an amazing diversity of marine life. Boasting more Great Barrier Reef Tours than any city in the world, Cairns offers all visitor's a world class experience, from adventurous scuba diving to first time snorkelling options. For our personal favorite, check out Quicksilver to the Outer Reef. The largest commercial vessel in the region, Quicksilver travels to the Agincourt Ribbon Reef where it docks with an anchored pontoon. There you are provided with a seafood buffet, semi-submersible rides around the beautiful reef systems, all the snorkeling you can handle and an underwater observatory to safely view your swimming friends. You also have the option to purchase upgrades like SCUBA diving, introductory diving and 10-minute helicopter flights over the reef, providing a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience.


Be enchanted by the beauty, life and tranquility of Earth's oldest surviving tropical rainforests and enjoy a truly sustainable eco holiday experience in Tropical North Queensland. Visit Cape Tribulation - "Where the Rainforest meets the Reef" or Daintree National Park, with its famous crocodile spotting river cruises. Travel to Kuranda with the iconic Kuranda Scenic Train and learn of the rich history of the railway connecting the inland tablelands to the coast, visit some of the many wildlife sanctuaries and get up close and personal with some of Australia's most famous animals. Then take your time returning to Cairns aboard the multi award winning Skyrail Rainforest Cableway. Take a bird's eye view of the Cairns Rainforest and the breathtaking views across Cairns northern Beaches and out to Green Island and the Great Barrier Reef.

Adventure Tours

Get the adrenalin pumping with tours that are wilder, faster, higher, deeper and most definitely better than anywhere else in Australia. Experience the heights of the Wet Tropics rainforest, jungle surfing on a flying fox zipline, white water raft down one of three raging rivers, leap through the rainforest on a bungy jump, or skydive from 14000 feet taking in a birds eye view of the Great Barrier Reef and tropical islands. There is literally no end to the range of adventurous activities that you can experience in Cairns. If that's not enough, we also have horse riding and all terrain vehicle adventures, bush hiking, mountain biking, water skiing, or scuba diving with reef sharks. Hang-glide off the famous Rex lookout, parasail in the Cairns inlet, take an adrenaline pumping jet boat ride, or take a Jet Ski tour through the Cairns estuaries on the lookout for salt water crocodiles. If it is adventures you are seeking then there is no shortage of white knuckle activities to keep your adrenaline pumping.

Cairns Attractions

Cairns attraction tours and wildlife parks have plenty to keep even the most active family members entertained. Enjoy breakfast with tropical birds, lunch with the lorikeets, zip line over the top of a live giant crocodile, have dinner amongst some of Australia's most iconic wildlife creatures, cuddle a koala, feed a kangaroo, pat a python, or be mesmerized by a stunning illusionist show. For the adults, drop into the Reef Hotel Casino and see what your luck as to offer. While you are busy making your fortunes, send the kids to Cairns Zoom and Wildlife Park. If its culture you're after, make sure you check out Tjapukai by Day to learn about the local Indigenous peoples, who have been in this area for thousands of years. On the warmer days, take a stroll down to Cairns Esplanade and swim in the Lagoon absolutely free! In Tropical North Queensland your family attraction options are boundless.

Night Activities

Cairns has a variety of night tours and activities to keep the most inquisitive mind entertained. Ranging from dinner cruises on the Cairns Inlet, Aboriginal Cultural Dinner and show package or intimate candle-lit Rainforest dinners. There is also a range of small group wildlife spotting tours that take you into the nocturnal world of some of Australia's most fascinating creatures. You'll be amazed at what lurks when the sun goes down in tropical North Queensland. The Cairns Night Markets are also an entertaining place to visit and the eclectic mix of people that visit will be an eye opener for visitors and locals alike. Finally, Cairns boast a wide range of restaurants and bars, catering for all tastes and ages.

Let's Not Forget Self-Driving Tours!

Sure, its nice to go out on tours and have everything taken care of but as a car rental business, we understand the freedom that the open road provides. We have provided a brief list of some of our favorite spots and are sure that you will find them enjoyable as well. Often you can do 'tours' yourself at a fraction of the cost, so if you have an adventerous spirit make sure you check out some of these locations.


Kuranda is well known as "The Village in the Rainforest" and has been attracting visitors for well over a century. Initially people came to admire the mighty Barron Falls, while artisans were attracted to the region's natural beauty and decided to call it home, creating a vibrant arts and craft culture. Today people flock to this tiny village to enjoy both of these things, the stunning natural beauty and the relaxed atmosphere of the local markets, selling unique souvenirs and gift items. 'The Village in the Rainforest' is open 7 days a week, from 9am to 5pm, and we invite you to spend some time enjoying the many things to see and do in this little piece of paradise. For the local wildlife, check out Bird World, Butterfly Sanctuary or Koala Garden and if you're looking for a completely unique experience, stop by Rainforest Journeys, where you have the chance to see a Cassowary in its natural habitat.

Atherton Tablelands

People ask 'what is the best thing about the region?' Well, there's more than one! Firstly, the gourmet food and wine trails that criss-cross our 'food bowl of the tropics'. Secondly, our wildlife with a particular emphasis on bird watching and unique marsupials like the tree kangaroo. Thirdly, the waterfall circuits with their stunning rainforest backdrops and hidden gems. Finally, there's the region's natural wonders such as the Curtain Fig Tree, Lake Tinaroo, Mt Hypipamee Crater, Undara Lava Tubes, Broomfield Swamp, Paronella Park and the twin crater lakes of Barrine and Eacham just to name a few! Venture out, and discover how wonderful it is to stay at cosy B&Bs, timber treehouses, inviting inns, holiday parks and eco-lodges.

Port Douglas and Mossman Gorge

Surrounded by nature's riches of two iconic World Heritage areas, the majestic Great Barrier Reef and the ancient Daintree Rainforest, Port Douglas is approximately 70km north of Cairns, Tropical North Queensland. Founded in 1877, Port Douglas came into being as a port where riches from the goldfields of the Hodgkinson and Palmer Rivers were trafficked by bullock drays to be loaded onto vessels for southern cities. Today Port Douglas welcomes visitors from all over the world to experience the riches of this international holiday mecca which until as recently as the 1960s was a sleepy fishing village. Located in the southern part of the World Heritage Listed, Daintree National Park, Mossman Gorge is one of the few places in the country that visitors can gain an insight into the lives, culture and beliefs of Australia's Indigenous population and their connection to the natural environment. Join a guided Dreamtime Walk tour to get a deeper insight into the ancient flora and fauna of the rainforest, and learn about traditional plant uses and Kuku Yalanii culture.

Bushwalks and Swimming Holes

While the high season for tourists in North Queensland is actually the winter months between June-August, visiting in the summer has its advantages. If you do visit during the summer, we highly recommend doing what the locals do and heading inland to find a beautiful swimming hole to splash in. We have marked our favorites in bold but don't take our word for it, get out there and see for yourself!

Crystal Cascades and Fairy Falls, Oasis Waterhole, Ross and Locke, Little Mulgrave Swimming Hole, Harvey Creek, Babinda Boulders, Josephine Falls, Alligator's Nest, Stoney's Creek, Behana Gorge, Mossman Gorge, Davies Creek and Cardwell Spa Pool .

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