Visit Tropical North Queensland
Better than any idea of paradise, Cairns, Port Douglas and Palm Cove give you the opportunity to relax and to do heaps of activities in spectacular natural settings, where the lush rainforest meets the gleaming waters of the Great Barrier Reef.
Picture yourself swimming in crystal clear water surrounded by colourful fish, or lazing on a pristine golden beach fringed by bowed palm trees, or flying through the rainforest canopy in a thrilling bungee jump. Far North Queensland is renowned worldwide, and there is no wonder why. It is all available at Cairns, Port Douglas and Palm Cove.
At Cairns, Port Douglas and Palm Cove you can experience everything from the coral reef to the majestic ancient rainforest, from breathtaking waterfalls to beautiful white sandy beaches, and from inspiring Aboriginal culture to the excitement of Cairns nightlife. Your only option is to enjoy your holidays!
Because there is such a large variety of things to see and experience, Cairns, Port Douglas and Palm Cove deserve more than a couple of days' stay. Appreciate the region for its true value and discover its various assets on a round trip through the Cassowary Coast, the Tablelands, Cairns and surrounds, Port Douglas, Mossman, Daintree National Park, Cape Tribulation, and, of course, excursions to the Great Barrier Reef.
Cairns, Port Douglas and Palm Cove offer a wide range of upmarket and boutique accommodation and hotels. On this website you will find a large selection of accommodation and hotels. Cairns, Port Douglas and Palm Cove are the main tourist destinations for people who visit TNQ. No matter what your accommodation or hotel budget is, we are sure you will find something here to suit your needs. If your going to Port Douglas Macrossan Street Accommodation or Davidson Street Accommodation is highly sort after as Macrossan Street is the main street in the village and leads down to the beach. Here are some common things tourist are looking for.
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