For an exotic holiday, look no further than our Tropical North Queensland accommodation. This unique region has been home to indigenous tribes for over 50,000 years, and is now yours to explore. You can relax and unwind with gorgeous reefs, crystal clear water and white sand beaches right on your doorstep. Head to Port Douglas
and stand at the point where two World Heritage listed sites – the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Forest – meet. Here, you’ll see native wildlife on the land and in the Coral Sea. Whether you’re looking to chill out, or you’re after an adventure holiday, Tropical North Queensland is the place to be.
There’s always something on in the Tropical North, from the Feast of the Senses tropical food festival in March and April to the Great Wheelbarrow Race to the Port Douglas Carnivale, both in May. You won’t be disappointed, no matter what time of year you arrive. For thrill-seekers, wot about joining in activities such as live shark feeding, helicopter safaris, 4WD or wilderness camping? If that’s not enough, you could always try boating, diving, snorkelling, parachuting, white water rafting, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, big game fishing or mountain biking.
If you’re after something a little more laid-back, the Tropical North offers plenty of spas, shopping centres, boutique fashion stores and markets to stroll around. You can pick up food, jewellery, clothing, arts and crafts, and so much more at Rusty’s Markets and the Cairns Night Markets. The Tropical North offers gastronomic delights, such as seafood, chocolate, coffee, cheese, yogurt and tropical fruit. If you’re an adventurous eater, why not sample some crocodile meat?
Getting around Tropical North Queensland is easy, with public buses, trains, hire cars, campervans and coach buses galore. Fly into Cairns
and explore the surrounding areas from there. Check out the Gulf of Savannah to discover outback Australia, or the indigenous artefacts of the Torres Strait Islands, which are 274 islands separating Australia from Papua New Guinea. The tropics are beckoning, so check out our Tropical North Queensland accommodation, which includes two bedroom and three bedroom hotels, today.
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