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Hotels near the sights

  • Skyrail Rainforest Cableway
    Embark on a fascinating journey of discovery over and through the oldest continually surviving tropical rainforest on earth. Enjoy a truly unique perspective of Australia's World Heritage listed Tropical Rainforest as you glide just metres above the pristine rainforest canopy before descending to explore the forest floor at Red Peak and Barron Falls to learn about one of the most botanically fascinating and diverse areas in the world. Enhance your experience by unlocking the secrets of the ancient rainforest at the Rainforest Discovery Zone at Red Peak, put the story of the rainforest in your hands with the Skyrail Interpretive App & Audio Guide and experience the beautiful Barron Falls and Gorge like never before from The Edge Lookout. Explore Kuranda village known for its markets, cafes, art galleries and wildlife parks and return via the historic Kuranda Scenic Railway to complete your day. Discover, encounter and immerse yourself in this unforgettable experience of a lifetime.
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  • Esplanade Boardwalk
    The Cairns Esplanade is a picturesque 2.5 km stretch of foreshore in the heart of Cairns that is managed by Cairns Regional Council. The parklands, playgrounds, boardwalk, lagoon and recreational facilities are all free entry. Come along and enjoy this stunning facility.
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  • Cairns Esplanade Lagoon
    Escape the heat at one of Cairns' best known landmarks, the Esplanade Lagoon. Set on the Cairns foreshore overlooking Trinity Inlet, the 4800 sq metre saltwater swimming lagoon offers locals and tourists a year round safe swimming location. Saltwater is pumped from the inlet and filtered through a state of the art filtration and chlorination system, to meet Australian Standards. The kids can enjoy the sandy edges, build sand castles and play in shallow water. On the other side of the Lagoon, visitors can lounge on the timber decks in moderate shade. Shady trees, landscaped gardens and open spaces all contribute to the leisurely atmosphere on the Esplanade The Lagoon is open 6am-6pm Thursday - Tuesday, Midday-6pm Wednesday all year round.
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  • Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas
    Situated at Port Douglas, Queensland, the award winning Wildlife Habitat is a leader in eco-tourism and conservation. This immersion wildlife exhibit has five distinct Habitats - Woodlands, Wetlands, Rainforest, Savannah and Nocturnal, which are set over 8 acres of land to provide an interactive, and educational native wildlife experience. Meet an abundance of Australian animals including koalas, emus and the endangered Lumholtz's Tree Kangaroo and Southern Cassowary. Hand-feed wallabies and kangaroos and cuddle a koala. Enjoy Breakfast With The Birds or Lunch With The Lorikeets and enjoy a sumptuous buffet meal and meet some feathered friends.
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  • Whitehaven Beach
    Uninhabited Whitsunday Island is home to this beautiful beach, one of the world's most spectacular.
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  • Cairns Aquarium
    Set in the heart of Cairns, the Cairns Aquarium provides a world-class venue for seeing and interacting with the incredible animals and eco-systems found only in Australia’s Tropical North Queensland. This region which borders two World Heritage-listed environments: The Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics Rainforest. Explore over 71 different habitats, playing home to over 16,000 animals. Enjoy daily animal talks, shark feeds, and get your hands wet in the marine touch tank! Visit by day and add on a Marine Life Encounter, Turtle Hospital Tour, delicious lunch at Dundee's Restaurant, or take the plunge as you Dive with the Sharks. For an exclusive after-hours experience join us for Aquarium By Twilight, where you will learn all about the nocturnal animals of the aquarium. With dimmed lights, you will get a unique insight into the region's noctural animals as they move about in the shadows.
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  • Cairns Botanic Gardens
    The Cairns Botanic Gardens are a tropical paradise where you can explore the beauty of tropical plants, relax in stunning surroundings and learn about tropical flora and horticulture. The Gardens are open from 7.30Am to 5.30Pm every day of the year and entry is free. The Botanic Gardens includes several spaces used for demonstrating the diverse plant life that can be found within a tropical climate. The Cairns Botanic Gardens include: Flecker Garden Centenary Lakes - Saltwater and Freshwater The Rainforest Boardwalk Mount Whitfield Conservation Park The Gondwanan Heritage Garden
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  • The Strand
    Immerse yourself in the Townsville way of life and discover The Strand, Townsville's thriving beach foreshore! With a relaxed, yet energetic vibe, The Strand is bursting with activities to excite the whole family. The two and a half kilometre walkway offers spectacular views across to Magnetic Island and is popular for runners, walkers and kids with bikes and scooters. Enjoy the ocean breezes with a meal at one of the restaurants or cafes there. Alternatively treat the whole family to a barbecue or beach picnic. With a number of fantastic playgrounds and the popular Strand Water Park, The Strand will keep the kids entertained for hours. Take a swim in the ocean or the rock pool, test your balance on a Stand-Up Paddle Board or land on the beach after the adrenalin rush of skydiving! Enjoy the shade of the palm trees with a good book or grab a gelato and just enjoy the stunning views. For fishing enthusiasts, the jetty is a great spot to cast a line. At the end of The Strand, discover Jezzine Barracks and uncover the stories of Townsville's settlement. Learn of the regions significant military and indigenous history and enjoy the outdoor art.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Great Barrier Reef hotels

Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort, BreakFree Royal Harbour Cairns, and Crystalbrook Flynn are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Esplanade Boardwalk. See the full list: Hotels near Esplanade Boardwalk.

Bedarra Island Resort, Orpheus Island Lodge, and Pink Flamingo are all popular resorts for travellers staying in Great Barrier Reef. See the full list: Great Barrier Reef Resorts.

Popular hotels close to Four Mile Beach include Lazy Lizard Motor Inn, Pink Flamingo, and Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort - Port Douglas. See the full list: Hotels near Four Mile Beach.

Popular luxury hotels in Great Barrier Reef include The Reef House Adults Only Bespoke Escapes, Mai Tai Resort, and Bedarra Island Resort. See the full list: Great Barrier Reef Luxury Hotels.

Popular hotels close to Cairns Airport include Jack & Newell Holiday Apartments, Pullman Reef Hotel Casino, and Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort. See the full list: Hotels near Cairns Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Skyrail Rainforest Cableway are Villa Marine, Kewarra Beach Resort & Spa, and Cairns Beach Resort. See the full list: Hotels near Skyrail Rainforest Cableway.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Great Barrier Reef are Pink Flamingo, Whitsunday Apartments Hamilton Island, and InterContinental Hayman Island Resort. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Great Barrier Reef.

The Reef House Adults Only Bespoke Escapes, Orpheus Island Lodge, and Beach Club Hamilton Island have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in Great Barrier Reef. See the full list: Spa Resorts in Great Barrier Reef.

The Reef House Adults Only Bespoke Escapes, Lazy Lizard Motor Inn, and Orpheus Island Lodge all received great reviews from families travelling in Great Barrier Reef. See the full list: Family Hotels in Great Barrier Reef.

Popular hotels by the beach in Great Barrier Reef include The Reef House Adults Only Bespoke Escapes, Bedarra Island Resort, and Orpheus Island Lodge. See the full list: Great Barrier Reef Beach Hotels.