Welcome to The Cairns Australia Travel Guide!
The place to find great value Great Barrier Reef tours… and more!
We provide one of the most comprehensive selections of Great Barrier Reef tours, Daintree & Cape Tribulation tours, Tableland Tours, and Adventure Tours. Our staff will take care of every detail of your trip.
Choose a snorkelling tour from more than a dozen reef tours that depart Cairns each day for the Inner or Outer Great Barrier Reef.
For beginners and experienced divers, choose a single- or multi-day dive trip and see the amazing world of the Outer Reef.
One of the most popular destinations on the Great Barrier Reef, Green Island is great for families with kids, and there’s great snorkeling on the fringing reefs around the island.
Ride up to Kuranda on the Scenic Railway and spend a few hours exploring the Village in the Rainforest. Then come down on the Skyrail cable-car, gliding silently just metres above the rainforest canopy.
Visit the picturesque waterfalls and volcanic lakes. Or go on the food trail, visiting the plantations, orchards, and dairy farms of the Tablelands. Taste coffee, tea, chocolate, mango wines, macadamia nuts, peanuts, cashews, pecans, cheeses and more!
Go horse-riding at a Billabong, take a 4WD Buggy Ride through rainforest, or see monster saltwater crocodiles. These are just some of the Half-Day Tours we have on offer.
Did you know that the Atherton Tablelands is the best place in the world for hot air ballooning or that the Cairns region is famous for its white-water rafting? There are plenty of adventure tours on offer here, including skydiving, paragliding, and parasailing.
Go Reef Fishing for Fingermark, Coral Trout, Red Emperor, Nannygai or Estuary Fishing and River Fishing for Queen Fish, Trevally, and Mangrove Jack. The waters around Cairns provide some of the best fishing in the world!
Take a helicopter flight over the Great Barrier Reef and see the only living organism that is visible from space. Fly out to a reef pontoon and come back on a tour boat, or the other way around. This gives you more time to snorkel on the reef!
Relax and enjoy a leisurely day sailing out to a sandy cay. A great way to go snorkeling on the Great Barrier Reef. It’s also a good option if you want to avoid the crowds.
You don’t have to spend $200+ per person to go snorkeling on the Reef. For as little as $78 p/adult (return) you can catch the ferry to Fitzroy Island. On Fitzroy you can hire snorkeling gear, kayaks, paddleboards, and sea trampoline.