Cairns – Far North Qld

Things to do in Cairns

Adrienne Smillie Massage and Natural Therapy Clinic has been operational in Cairns North for several years. We are blessed to be in such a magnificent environment with a range of habitats and activities to explore.

Whether you are a local or visitor – immersing yourself in nature can help to restore health and wellbeing, adding an appreciation of the extraordinary world that we live in. When we find ourselves in a place of appreciation and deep relaxation true healing can happen.

With a tropical climate, Cairns, in Far North Queensland, experiences hot and humid summers and mild, dryer winters. The average annual maximum temperature is 29°C (84.2°F), with 62 per cent humidity.




Green Island Great Barrier Reef Cairns

Cairns and Port Douglas is renowned as the gateway to two of the world’s greatest natural attractions: The Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics Rainforest. The Great Barrier Reef is the largest reef in the world measuring 2011 km in length and 72 km across at its widest point making it the world’s largest World Heritage Area.







Kuranda Rail Barron Falls

In Australia’s Far North, there’s tropical rainforest that has survived for millions of years, from the time dinosaurs wandered the Earth. It is quite unlike any other place on the planet. Discover the rare plants, birds and animals that call this extraordinary, World Heritage-listed landscape home.















The Australian Pole Sports Federation is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to promoting pole as an athletic sport.


Get more ideas on what to do on the Cairns Travel Guide







Cairns Lagoon Water Activities