Mid City Luxury Suites

6 Mc Leod Street, Cairns, 4870, Australia

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Mid City Luxury Suites
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    Affordable luxury in Cairns


    I recommend Mid City to everyone. They are quite stylish. our stay there was awesome. The managers helped us to book all of our tours etc. The apartments are in walking distance to everything you need. The apartments had full laundry facilities, pool, Bbq facilities etc

    Unique Quality: One of the main things I liked about these apartments was the size of the fridge. You can never fit anything else in when theres a midi bar. Just relaxing to come back to after a day out doing tours etc

    Directions: Across form Cairns Central and Train Station

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Forum Posts

Great Barrier Reef Islands

by mgrotjan

From Cairns what is the best island to visit to see the Great Barrier Reef?

Re: Great Barrier Reef Islands

by aYankinSyd

You just need a boat from Cairns to take you there to the reef - it's everywhere...no island necessary.

On the southern end, the Whitsunday Islands (72 of them) are much prettier than Cairns in my opinion and you can still reach the reef.

Re: Great Barrier Reef Islands

by vtveen

For visiting the Reef you need to use a boat trip.
Be aware you have to sail a couple of hours before reaching the reef.
Best way to see the colours is by diving or snorkeling.

happy travels

Re: Great Barrier Reef Islands

by colin_bramso

You could go to Green Island, which is 45 minute sailing from Cairns. Otherwise, as the others said, you need to book a boat trip out to the reef. Companies such as Sunlover and Quicksilver do full day trips to the outer reef and it's a long way offshore, a couple of hours sailing in the big wave-piercer catamarans.

Re: Great Barrier Reef Islands

by Mariams30

In Cairns you will need to go on a boat trip. Plenty of them everywhere. If you want to visit an island in the area, go for either Green Island, close to Cairns, or join a boat that will take you to the Whitsunday Islands. Absolutely beautiful. You can also join a liveaboard and spend a couple of nights sailing.


Re: Great Barrier Reef Islands

by aussirose

Dunk Island for me, although that's a little south of Cairns. I've always wanted to go there :o) Did someone say the Whitsunday Islands?...welll that's a bit further south, but Hamilton Island was fabulous and I liked South Molle too. ...Plenty to choose from :o) ...Have we confused you yet?
Cheers, Ann.

Travel Tips for Cairns

Swimming, Sailing, Parasail, etc. at the beach

by BeverlyTyler


We took a bus from Edge Hill and 25 minutes later we were at the beach. There are bath & changing rooms available, picnic tables, lots of restaurants and shops and all kinds of gear and boats to rent. This is a great beach to swim in and growth is just starting to reach this area so it is somewhat unspoiled so far. However there are big plans in the works to upscale this area Everything you need, including bathing suits can be bought or rented here. You can bring stuff too, including a picnic lunch and there is camping here too.

A good place to meet other travelers

by Gypsygirl05 about Gilligan's

Gilligan's is a popular place with travelers and local college students. The bar has three main areas: the large floor, an upstairs lounge area, and a massive porch out back. The main floor offers a large dancing area, some tables, and a wraparound bar, and a DJ is employed on weekends. There is occasionally a live band. This is a place for the younger set. The bar is a little on the expensive side, but the porch is definitely worth the added price. Gilligan's bar is large enough that even when the party is in full swing, it isn't oppressively crowded like many other places can be.

With birds and butterflies

by SPW about Silky Oaks Treehouse Restaurant

The Treehouse Restaurant at the Silky Oaks Resort is built out into the treetops of the Daintree rainforest beside the river so that birds and butterflies (even the brilliant Blue Ulysses) from the rainforest flutter by.
Apart from the wonderful ambience, the whole dining experience is excellent, and although we were not guests at the resort we were made very welcome, receiving excellent service as well as good food and wine. While we both enjoyedour main courses: gourmet fish and chips, and prawns, thedessert we shared, baked papaya and passionfruit curd was sensational.
We also had the best coffee we had in all our time in Far North Queensland, apart from that which we made ourselves!

Train trip to Karanda

by Morepork

This is a delightful day out.
Take sun-hat & cream - not to mention the 'water bottle !'
Oh, the most important of all - camera !
Ther's plenty to snap on the way up to Karanda !
You climb up & around through a gorge- type railway track. On the way is a narrative of the history of how the rail was built & of the hardships the families went through. But at least they were given a free ride to town to purchase supplies once a month.


by BerniShand

We went out to the reef on the MV Supercat. we booked over the internet before we left the UK, but there are plenty of places to book in Cairns
The Supercat is a relatively new catamaran, included in the trip are morning tea and coffee, lunch, use of snorkelling gear and instruction, scuba diving lesson and glass bottom boat trip, wet suits are available for hire [ free if you are diving ] and the Supercat visits two outer reef sites during the 5 hour trip
if you want to dive for the first time ever you are given training and an instructor dives with you, this was our first time scuba diving, and it was fantastic, our instructor was really patient with us, and we did consider doing the PADI course here, as the introductory dive can count as one of the dives on the course, but we didnt have enough time to fit it in

the trip costs A$75, plus A$80 for two dives, this includes all equipment
if you wear glasses prescription masks are available [ deposit required ]
there is a bar, and soft drinks, underwater cameras, and souveniers are available to buy


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