Prime Trinity Beach Pacific Apartments

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56 Trinity Beach Rd, Trinity Beach, Queensland, 4879, Australia
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Carins to Brisbanne

by Frankfrank380

HI
I ll arrive from Japan to Cairns in 3 weeks and I will be travelling from Carins to Brisbanne 14 days, (backpacker)
I was thinking about stay in Cairns 3 days,
-Cape Tribulation (how can I go? Going in my own i do not want to rent a 4x4) ,
-Go to the reefs and stay sleeping in a boat or island for 1 or 2 night ( any advice? company??
-In my way to Brisbanne by bus where do you recommend to stop?
...
In Bribane I ll stay 2-3 days and from there to Byron Bay but if you could give me advice about the questions below I ll be happy enough
Thanks in advance
Also looking for mates to share the trip (any forum)

Re: Carins to Brisbanne

by Anne12

Hi there,
You don't need a 4x4 to get to Cape Tribulation. The roads are sealed all the way from Cairns to Cape Trib.
I suggest that being by yourself and not driving, you should do a day tour from Cairns to the Cape. There are many of these that go each day. When you get here you just head down to the Esplanade ( Street near the water/big swimming pool/board walk area) and here you will find lots of backpacker trips you can take.
There are at least 3 companies that do the outer reef experience. You will also be able to select one of these the day you arrive, again either at the backpacker place you are staying or at one of the information centres along the Esplanade.
I love the Quicksilver trip to the outer reef, make sure you go to the outer reef:)Not Green Island or the Lowe Isles.Outer Reef so much better:)
OR you will be able to look for a 1 night stay over out on the reef somewhere.
That is if the weather is good. It should be, if it rains a bit it won't matter as it will still be warm/hot.
I think you should stay in Cairns for at least 4 full days. The SkyrailTrain is also some thing that is fun to do.
There are lots of backpackers here, we do have many visitors from Japan, you may find someone at the backpackers that are also looking for someone to do the sights with.All the above are very easy to do, plus companies will pick you up from accommodation.Cairns isn't a big city, it's easy to get around, good plublic transport. Please be aware that like any city, it's not a good idea to walk around alone late at night. I am afraid we do have people being attacked for their belongings, just don't go off the beaten track walking back to your accommodation.If you use common sense, it will be fine:)
To enjoy this area, try at least 4 days here...

On your way to Brisbane I would suggest that you stop at Hervy Bay, this is where you can grab a day tour of Fraser Island, this is a wonderful experience.
There are backpacker tours of Fraser Island as well.
Whitsunday area is wonderful.
Airlie Beach is the happening place.

Have a great trip
Anne

Travel Tips for Cairns

Green Ants

by penpoison

One of the unusual items I tasted was green ants. Just pick up a green ant, hold it and bite off its head or abdomen. (I get differing accounts). It is quite yummy, tastes like lime.

It takes a lot of green ants to make a tea much less a meal but they are refreshing.

Postcards

by pacific_sol about Peter Lik Gallery

The Peter Lik Gallery has some of this famed photographer's works on display/for sale. You can walk through the whole place in 10 minutes and admire all the beautiful photos he has taken. If I had the dough, I probably would have walked out with some of his pieces! I would definitely buy his postcards. They also sell his postcards in other stores, but I would definitely swing by his gallery just to see his work - buying the postcards would just be icing on the cake. The postcards I purchased there were $1 AUD each.

Singaporean Noodles

by dlandt about The Singapore Noodle Hut

This is a place Miyuki really loved, serving up fried and soupy noodles with various sauces toppings and extras. I tried to find it two days later, but couldn't, most likely because it was Sunday. Its got kind of a cafè style, with sidewalk seating, but does a very brisk business. Its one of the few asian restaurants I saw in Cairns that seemed to draw local Australians. Fried rice noodles with assorted seafood. Other things looked tasty as well.

Cruise the Esplanade

by ATXtraveler

Cairns is a place that is hopping with activity during the early morning while everyone is boarding their boats out to the reef, and also around the evening time when the sound of doof-doof music is blaring. During the middle of the day however, this is a sleepy little oceanside community with people walking through the park or sitting and reading a book.

Take a walk down the main strip, which is called the Esplanade. From here there are several little cafes, as well as plenty of tourist information kiosks to keep you fed and informed of what to do.

If you are here at night, there is even a little night market that reminded me alot of Singapore for you to grab a little piece of food or drink.

Kuranda Sky Rail

by lisha74

I'd definitely recommend this as the best way to see the rainforest. The Sky Rail runs from Cairns to Kuranda (both directions) and you can take it either way you choose, or even roundtrip. I took the ride from Kuranda back to Cairns. It's unbelieveable how high above ground you are, and the views are breathtaking! There are also two lookout points where you can get off to walk through the rainforest a bit before hopping back on to continue your journey.

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