Cairns is the “Adventure Capital of Australia” and a fabulous place to base yourself to explore all the natural wonders and activities that the surrounding region of Tropical North Queensland has to offer. With a wide range off accommodation, there is something to suit everybody’s taste and budget.

With a population of 130,000 people, Cairns is situated in the heart of the Tropical North and is framed by the magnificent Great Barrier Reef, World Heritage-listed rainforests and tropical Atherton Tableland.The Cairns International Airport is located only 10 minutes drive north of the city centre and the Cairns Cruise Terminal, and is serviced by a number of international airlines as well as domestic and regional carriers.

The Cairns Seaport is located just 100 metres from the city centre and is home to a fleet of charter boats, game fishing craft and Great Barrier Reef day tour and liveaboard scuba dive boats.

Over 600 shore excursion options are available from Cairns every day. Visit locations such as The Daintree, Cape Tribulation, Port Douglas, Palm Cove, Kuranda and the Atherton Tablelands. Explore national parks and world heritage rainforest listed areas. Take part in activities such as scuba diving, Great Barrier Reef cruises, whitewater rafting, sky-diving, hot air ballooning, bungy jumping, parasailing, jetskiing and horse riding just to name a few.

To discover more about the local region and the tours and activities available please drop by our tour booking office or send us an inquiry email. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will endeavour to help you in every possible way.

Looking for more things to do in Cairns see our sister website Cairns Australia

Discover Australia’s Great Barrier Reef on one of our Cairns Dive Trips 

No matter your scuba diving experience level, dive trips Cairns offers dive trips everyone will enjoy. As the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns offers an abundance of diving locations.

Diving in Cairns will allow you to explore the beauty of the largest coral reef system in the world, many islands and wreckages.

Cairns diving trips offer unlimited adventures that you won’t find anywhere else in the world.

The largest dive attraction in Cairns is the Great Barrier Reef. Composed of more than 2,900 individual reefs, the Great Barrier Reef diving in Cairns is the perfect place to see a vast array of marine life.

The warm, clear water of the Great Barrier Reef is ideal for viewing sharks, whales, fish, turtles, vibrant corals and much more.

Whether  you’re scuba diving, liveaboard diving or cage diving, you’ll find adventure while you explore one of the most beautiful places in the world.

Dive trips Cairns also allow you to explore the outer reef.

Diving the outer reef will provide you with pristine coral reefs, caves, walls and drop-offs. Plus, there are many islands and ship wrecks you can explore too.

Diving in Cairns will take you to many sand cays and tropical islands just off the shore of the city.

The protected waters are full of vibrant coral reefs and giant clam gardens. Whether you’re an experienced diver or a beginner, diving the islands of the outer reef offer an abundance of sea life that includes large schools of fish.

The outer reef is the ideal place to get up close and personal with the mystery and beauty the water’s of the reef possess.

Cairns dive trips also include the Cod Hole and Ribbon Reefs

Cairns dive trips to come face to face with minke whales
Minke Whale

These remote locations on the northern edge of the Great Barrier Reef host spectacular marine life with a tropical island backdrop.

However, if you want to dive these locations while diving in Cairns, you’ll probably need to book a liveaboard dive to make the most of your trip.

When diving in Cairns, you’re sure to have the very best diving experience while you explore and enjoy the waters of the Great Barrier Reef.

The wonders of the reef offer no shortage of adventure or beauty as many describe it as being paradise.

Cairns dive trips are a “must do” destination for any diving enthusiast or nature lover.