BEST WESTERN PLUS Cairns Central Apartments
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
Photos of BEST WESTERN PLUS Cairns Central Apartments
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Cairns Central Apartments
Travel Blogs from Cairns
... you can definitely land yourself in a random situation, on a beach, surrounded by a mix of cultures, singing songs and drinking whiskey. It is paradise but feels un-realistic; a touristic, beautiful, content place where it really feels too good to be true. I don't know if I could live the rest of my life there but it has crossed my mind a few times. But, another thing travelling has taught me is don't put your eggs in one basket; you never know what is round the corner....Asia, here I ...
Hi all, here is hoping you all are well and anticipating the coming summer, hate to tell you this but we both have lovely tans.........or could be just red dirt! We have travelled a long way since my last entry, we are now just south of Cairns. Last we were in Burketown, we travelled south not far to a fee camp at Gregory Downs, planned to stay one night, but when we found out it was a long weekend in Qld, we ...
... the local fresh produce market, and thus I headed straight there with Georgia seen as I am the self-proclaimed biggest market lover in the world. Fresh coconut's in hand and we took a wander to see all of the weird and wonderful vegetables Cairns had to offer (this blog is sounding more and more like my Asian adventure). Successfully marketed-out and coconuts opened to eat the good stuff inside, we headed back for naptime (I'm getting old now and need power-naps ...
Left Darwin with Greg and Marg (my sister) who had
come up to meet us and to do the Savannah Way. Immediately had
trouble with the electric brakes so had a quick detour to an auto
electrician who couldn't find anything wrong. Tried another in
Katherine when we got down there. Turns out Ian hadn't turned the
brakes on! In his defence it was a new system and we'd been
stationary for months but his face when I asked the sparky 'Was that
... water with no visibility of the bottom - lots of fish and other reef species were seen
We also did the Kuranda rail tour up the mountain (went through a total of 2 kms of tunnels and 2kms of bridges with great views to the ocean at times. Visited the bird park and butterfly park at Kuranda. The return trip was done by Sky rail (little gondolas holding a max of 6 people and travelling a total of 8.5 kms from the top over valleys and over a number ...