|Cairns Hospital||2 mins drive|
|Cairns International Airport||4 mins|
|Botanic Gardens||5 mins|
|Cairns Lagoon||10 mins|
|Cairns Central Shopping Centre||10 mins|
|Kuranda Train Depot Station||10 mins|
|Cairns Convention Centre||10 mins|
|Cairns RSL||10 mins|
|DFO shopping Centre||15 mins|
|Cairns Reef Terminal||15 mins|
|Barlow Park (Sports Ground)||15 mins|
|Trinity Beach||18 kms|
|Palm Cove||25 kms|
|Port Douglas||66 kms|
|Mission Beach||141 kms|
Cairns QLD [map]
07 4051 5011
|Free WiFi Internet|
|Located on Cairns Esplanade and close to Cairns International Airport|
|All rooms are non-smoking|
|All rooms are air-conditioned|
|Outdoor swimming Pool, Spa and Sauna|
|Free Foxtel – Flat Screen TV’s|
|2kms from city centre|
|Close to Cairns Hospital|
|Restaurant, Bar and Bottle shop|
|24 hour reception|
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With more than 100 ways to experience the Great Barrier Reef, Tropical North Queensland offers the ultimate personalised adventure on the world's largest and most spectacular coral reef system.
Swim with dwarf minke whales on the ribbon reefs off Port Douglas, snorkel with turtles at a sand cay, dive among colourful coral gardens on the outer reef or camp on a deserted island to watch the sun rise over the Great Barrier Reef.
Join a live-aboard dive boat for days and nights of underwater exploration, keep your hair dry on a helmet dive or zoom along on an underwater scooter. Go under your own steam paddling to a nearby island from the beautiful Cape Tribulation beach or board a helicopter for a breathtaking aerial view of the reef.
Enjoy the seclusion of a luxurious island resort in the middle of the Great Barrier Reef where you can leisurely explore a colourful underwater world, dine with the Coral Sea lapping your toes, discover marine birdlife or gaze at the ocean while you laze in a spa.
Tropical North Queensland is the closest destination to the Great Barrier Reef. Travel to a pontoon on the outer edge of the reef, dive straight from the back of the boat or swim out from an island to see some of the 1500 species of fish, 4000 species of molluscs and 400 types of coral that live in this diverse ecosystem.
Try an introductory dive to see the reef and its colourful marine life up close or learn to dive so you can complete multiple underwater adventures as a certified diver. The enormous variety of diving experiences includes plummeting Coral Sea wall dives, diving alongside giant potato cod, joining reef sharks at night or witnessing the annual coral spawn.
Diving, snorkelling, sailing, cruising and island hopping are all part of everyday life in Tropical North Queensland, the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef.
From a day trip to Green Island to an outer reef tour. There will be a trip to suit any budget, arrange your booking today with Acacia Court Hotel own tour desk.
Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, Cairns Australia, is a world first in environmental tourism taking you on an amazing experience over Australia’s World Heritage listed Tropical Rainforest canopy and deep into the forest.
The Skyrail experience, spanning 7.5 kms over pristine rainforest, allows you to explore the wonders of an ancient tropical rainforest and learn about one of the most botanically fascinating and diverse areas on earth.
Gliding just metres above the rainforest canopy in comfortable six-person gondola cabins, the Skyrail journey immerses you in an intimate rainforest experience where you’ll see, hear, smell and become part of the tropical rainforest environment.
Relax and enjoy the stunning rainforest scenery, panoramic views of the Cairns’ tropical region and the glittering waters of the Coral Sea. Alight at Skyrail’s two rainforest mid-stations, Red Peak and Barron Falls, where you’ll explore this amazing environment from the forest floor on boardwalks, scenic look-outs and in the state-of-the-art Rainforest Interpretation Centre.
Voted Australia’s Best Major Tourist Attraction, the multi-award winning Skyrail is recognised not only as a premier tourist experience, but as a world leader in eco-tourism, providing you with a truly unique rainforest experience available nowhere else in the world.
Skyrail can be enjoyed as complete day tour adventure or combined as a package with a number of Cairns’ other leading tourist attractions including The Kuranda Scenic Railway and cruises to The Great Barrier Reef. Skyrail’s Kuranda Terminal is located a short walk from the famous village of Kuranda where you’ll be able to enjoy the local attractions and shopping.
A one-way Skyrail Experience will take approximately 90 minutes to complete and for a return experience you should allow 2½ hours.
Skyrail’s Smithfield Terminal is located just 15 minute drive from Cairns city. Port Douglas is situated north, only 50 minutes from Skyrail. Both of these locations are conveniently serviced by regular coach transfer pick-ups. Self-drive passengers will also find Skyrail's location easily accessible.
Skyrail Rainforest Cableway is open every day except for Christmas Day and during planned, preventative maintenance.
Cairns Esplanade stretches over 3kms and is home to the Lagoon. With Cairns and surrounds beaches being a no go zone for swimming most of the year, the lagoon is a great spot for local and tourist to cool off in the massive swimming pool.
Cairns Esplanade is situated across from many of Cairns most popular restaurant, bar and clubs.
Cape Tribulation is the village where two spectacular World Heritage sites meet, the Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef. Located on the northern side of the Daintree River, at the end of the sealed road, here you can position yourself between the tumbling rainforest and glistening corals. The Daintree Rainforest is a world untouched by the world of urban development, noise and air pollution. Breathe in the purity and scent of the rainforest and explore your natural surroundings. Cape Tribulation has so many activities on offer including bush walking, kayaking, horse riding treks, diving and snorkelling, exotic fruit tastings, river cruises, zip lining through the rainforest canopy and even 4WD safaris.
Around 17,000 hectares between Daintree River and Cape Tribulation is declared National Park and much of the area is also World Heritage listed to ensure protection of the rainforests which have been evolving for the past 135 million years. Plants representing all stages of the evolution over the last 400 million years are found here.
Under the forest canopy a menagerie of animal life includes many varieties of insects, birds, over seventy identified mammals, reptiles and amphibians. The Cape Tribulation region is home to over 3,000 plant species including trees, vines, palms, ferns, epiphytes, as well as the world’s largest and smallest tree ferns and cycads. Unknown plants and animal species are still being discovered. Many of the animals come alive at night and the region has many nocturnal activities, which are especially enjoyable in the summer months.
Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park enables guests to immerse themselves in traditional Tjapukai culture with authentic music, dance and storytelling by the Tjapukai people. The world’s oldest living culture is brought to life by Aboriginal performers who engage guests with interactive activities such as didgeridoo playing, face painting and boomerang throwing and educate them about Cairns & the Great Barrier Reef’s traditional rainforest people. Exciting audiovisual effects and professionally choreographed shows ensure the genuine cultural experience is entertaining. There’s exciting things to do here at the park, for travelling families, locals or even if your looking to host your next event here.
Founded more than 25 years ago, Tjapukai is Australia’s largest Indigenous cultural park and is in the Guinness Book of Records as Australia’s longest running stage show. The Cultural Park has been built on traditional Tjapukai land in a beautiful rainforest setting to highlight the environment enjoyed by the Indigenous people of the Cairns Wet Tropics rainforest.
Tjapukai by Day is a celebration of the living history of the Indigenous people of the rainforest. Learn to play the didgeridoo, discover the medicinal values of bush tucker, throw a spear and enjoy professional theatre incorporating traditional Aboriginal dance, fire making and storytelling. New to Tjapukai is a genuine cultural and visual Australian journey featuring the didgeridoo plus an expansion of the Cultural Village’s program to include hunting demonstrations. The Boomerang Restaurant serves morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea and the Retail Gallery has authentic Aboriginal art, boomerangs, didgeridoos and artifacts.
Tjapukai by Night takes you on a magical adventure discovering the legends of Australia’s Dreamtime. The people of the rainforest share teir culture during an evening of spectacular entertainment where you join a traditional Tjapukai corroboree. Enter another world for a didgeridoo blessing ceremony, Quinkan spirit performance and spectacular fire-making show. A sumptuous buffet dinner and professional entertainment with Tjapukai’s award-winning live cultural performance follow, then join the dancers around the campfire. The Boomerang Restaurant is open for drinks after the show and the Retail Gallery has authentic Aborignal art, boomerangs, didgeridoos and artifacts.