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Things you should know about the Indigenous Australian culture

Delve deeper into Australian history with some incredible facts about the Indigenous Aboriginal culture and where you go in Australia for an authentic cultural experience. The world’s oldest living civilisation Archaeological evidence

Escape The Cold – Go North

Relax and Unwind In The Idyllic Reef City. With the Cairns Marathon just around the corner, sporty travellers will soon be looking for ways to indulge and unwind in the idyllic reef

Review: Cairns Aquarium & Aqualuna Restaurant

Explore a wonderful world down under, with Cairns‘ newest tourist attraction, The Cairns Aquarium. I was so excited about this experience, there is something majestic about the various animals living beneath the

Review: Cairns Skyrail Rainforest Cableway

Cairns and its surrounding regions are beautiful to explore and when given the chance to rise above the rainforest with a ride on Cairns Skyrail, I was excited to see this unique

Review: Passions of Paradise Snorkel & Dive Cruise

Sailing to the Great Barrier Reef with Passions of Paradise was another tick off the Ultimate FNQ bucket list. To make things even more interesting we went into the deep to see

Top 10 Things to do on a Rainy Day in Cairns, QLD

Queensland is known for its beautiful sunshine, but on the odd occasion the weather turns sour, you might be tasked with the difficult job of finding something to do. You don’t have

The Best Outer Great Barrier Reef Tours

Queensland's Great Barrier Reef is one of the most iconic sites in the world, so visiting and exploring it for yourself while in Australia should be at the top of your bucket

7 Awesome Jet Boating Destinations in Australia

Sure, a regular cruise might be a great way to soak in some scenery; however if you’re an adrenaline junkie and a lover of all things thrilling then jet boating presents a

The Complete Backpackers Guide to The Great Barrier Reef

While it’s a popular backpacker destination for multiple reasons, there’s one particularly impressive reason why so many visitors flock to Tropical North Queensland every year: the one of a kind, underwater realm