Coral Tree Inn

Address: 166 - 172 Grafton St, Cairns, Queensland, 4870, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 166 - 172 Grafton St, Cairns, is near Reef Encounter, Great Barrier Reef Dive & Snorkel Adventures, Paronella Park, and Cairns Dive Centre.
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          Activities

          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant

          Features

          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking

          General

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          • Room service
          • Kids activities or Babysitting
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Coral Tree Inn Cairns

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Cairns

          Kuranda! Good Reef, what a day!

          A travel blog entry by sjhall29 on Jan 20, 2017

          24 photos

          Our 7am alarm went off for another action packed day of adventures. (7.45) Our day trip today started with the smiles of our driver for the day, Les. Les chatted away with us until we got to the train station for our 8.30am depart taking the Kuranda Scenic Railway up into the mountains. Les showed us to our seat on carriage number 3... what a …

          Daintree Rainforest & Cape Tribulation

          A travel blog entry by sjhall29 on Jan 19, 2017

          22 photos

          Small private coach picked us up 7.15am at hotel. Only about 15 people on this tour with Australian Adventures. A scenic drive north along the rugged Coral Sea coast heading towards Daintree Rainforest . Stoping at several locations in UNESCO World Heritage-listed biodiversity Daintree National Park. Wallabies feeding on coastal grass being the …

          Goodbye NZ & G-Day Australia!

          A travel blog entry by sjhall29 on Jan 18, 2017

          10 photos

          4am wake up call! Back in our very reliable Toyota RAV4 for the last time making our way to Christchurch airport, for our last country of our amazing adventure. Goodbye to Kiwi land and good-day to Aussie world! Our 6th flight of the whole trip we were back onboard with JetStar flying to Sydney to get our connecting flight to Cairns. Used the time …

          Des crocos et des Koala/ Crocs and koalas

          A travel blog entry by maa3 on Nov 10, 2015

          4 comments, 3 photos

          ... will remain hidden till they attack. A very efficient killing machine that has outlasted dinosaurs and may outlast us if we are not careful.

          Hartely’s also had many types of marsupials or wallabies that you can pet and hold in your arms, and of course there are Koalas. They most beautiful slackers you will ever encounter. They sleep about 20 hours and get up and eat eucalyptus trees for the remaining 4 hours at night, they have the eyes of a ...

          Skydive

          A travel blog entry by market on Oct 24, 2015

          Tired! Didn't have the best sleep. Had to be up at 6am as being collected 7am for skydive. Got driven to the airport. Then we sat watching jackass, while people got checked in and weight. I was in the second group to go some spent about hour and half just watched jackass. I paid for the video and photo package. $135 a special offer. So glad I did. Makes me smile every time I watch it. We watched a safety video on what to do, then got called up by our skydiver. He was awesome guy, he'd ...