Palm Cove Tours 78 Tours
Palm Cove Day Spa & Massage Options 18 Spa, Beauty & Health
Palm Cove Rentals 23 Car, Bike & Boat Hire
Palm Cove Charters 21 Charters
4 Services for Operators
Palm Cove Transfers 19 Travel & Transfers
50 Wedding Services
Palm Cove Tourism Organisations 5 Organisations
15 Scuba Dive
Palm Cove Educational Tourism 5 Educational
Palm Cove Art & Culture 24 Entertainment, Art & Culture
Palm Cove Attractions 29 Attractions
Palm Cove Accommodation 72 Accommodation
Events in Palm Cove 2 Events
Palm Cove Conference Services 25 Conference Services
Palm Cove Markets & Shopping 5 Markets & Shopping
Holiday Packages in Palm Cove 10 Holiday Packages
18 Food & Wine
Services for Tourists in Palm Cove 13 Tourist Services

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Posted: 19 Sep 2017

<p>Big thumbs up for this full day tour. The tour was excellent and well organised. Thanks for a great day ou,t Brett.</p>

100 Reasons to Experience the Outback Way

100 Reasons to Experience the Outback Way

Posted: 14 Sep 2017

Head into the Outback with the kids in the back seat of your car and you realise you’re on a family road trip like no other. The Outback Way, across the very heart of Australia is the quintessential Aussie journey that every kid (and adult) needs to experience at least once. Here’s 100 reasons why this trip should be on every families bucket list…. The Outback Way - 100 reasons to experience this family road trip via @AdventureMumma We made it!!! The Outback Way is a MUST DO family bonding exercise 1. You might get to travel with a cool set of wheels like the Britz Outback 4WD (the only hire vehicle you can drive one-way from Cairns to Perth). 2. You make every effort to stop at places you normally ‘fly’ past. 3. You see iconic Aussie wildlife wandering the streets. 4. There’s more chance of eating a cooked brekkie on a BIG road trip 5. You’ll get to see plenty of evidence that Dinosaurs once roamed this land. 6. And you may even ‘wrestle’ with the odd dinosaur. 7. And you’ll get to see what this land once looked like when dinosaurs once ruled. 8. And the kids can enjoy an open-air museum like no other (and learn stuff in the process). 9. You’ll get to do ‘quirky’ stuff like play music on a fence. 9. And bet on racing chickens at the North Gregory Hotel. 10. And listen to Bush Poets do their ‘thing’ on outback stages. 11. And discover the beauty of a ‘true’ Outback store….who have store owner’s that actually know where everything is! 12. You can even check out movie sets that are always open for public viewing. 13. You can pull in at one of the old Cobb & Co coach staging posts that once opened up the outback for all types of travellers. 14. And enjoy a pint (or two) at one of the smallest towns in the outback (population 2). 15. And see roads that seem to go on forever……. 16. Sometimes you’ll feel like you are the only one out this way. 17. And other times it will be easy to pull over and let another have the lion’s share of the road. 18. There’s even a chance that something quite bizarre could come your way. 19. And there’s evidence everywhere of Dinosaur Domination. 20. You can even Geocache your way across the continent. 21. You, or your kids, may be tempted to ‘try’ something a little bit different from the menu. 22. You could tick off an EPIC journey like The Outback Way from your bucket list. 23. You’re kids will LOVE seeing State Border signs like this one……. 24. And they’ll LOVE posing next to real Aussie signs like this one….. 25. You’ll find Geocache’s in the oddest of spots. 26. There’s even rockets that have fallen out of the sky out here. 27. And getting a flat out here could be an adventure in itself! 28. And the kids won’t mind waiting…… 29. In fact, your kids might even learn something practical on their journey. 29. You can even visit a Town like Alice. 30. And see the Road Transport Hall of Fame – A museum dedicated to the vehicles and people that opened up the Outback to the rest of Australia. 31. And marvel at the cars they once drove across the Outback in days of old. 32. You can get a glimpse at how the first Australian’s used to live. 33. And admire the changing colours of a spectacular sunset in Central Australia. 34. You might even discover funky cafe’s that you thought existed only in urban Australia. 34. Your kids could get excited about going on a ‘family’ walk. 35. And embrace hiking up to places that have BIG views. 36. And remind yourself how much ‘space’ there really is in the Outback. 37. And ponder on Outback Pub signs that read ‘ISDERASMNEORSSEDSASDERISORSSRSS’ ?????? 38. And discover ancient Rock Carvings that are easily accessible. 39. And walk across salt clay pans that dazzle you with their light and textures. 40. And soak in the light and colours of the afternoon sun in a desert like landscape. 41. And pay homage to the man who founded the Royal Flying Doctor Service – Flynn of the Inland. 42. Stand in awe at Mother Earth’s creations. 43. And feel dwarfed by her presence. 44. And discover water in the most surprising of places. 45. And gaze at views that seem to stretch on forever. 46. So you can enjoy pushing your photography skills to new limits. 47. And wander new pathways. 48. And be ‘cool’ about climbing hills. 49. When there are views like this to look forward to…… 50. And realise that Australia’s Outback is simply like no other…… SO, Reasons 51 -100 will be coming SOON…….Stay Tuned!! Or, SUBSCRIBE below to stay in the loop.

Northern Experience Eco Tours

Well organised tours

Posted: 13 Sep 2017

We wanted to visit a number of places close to Cairns, including Paronella Park, and decided to go with Northern Experience Eco Tours. It was a good decision because we got to see a good smattering of the Atherton Tablelands and points of interest that we would not have otherwise seen. The tour guide, Steve, was very well versed in the history and the places of interest along the journey and, whilst it was a longish day - 7 hours or so, we really enjoyed it. Lunch at Roscoe's Italian Restaurant in Innisfail was good, as was the stop over at Lake Barrine along the way. Worth the effort and you get to meet nice people as well. Thanks Steve!!

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About Palm Cove

Where the foothills of the rainforest clad mountains meet the palm fringed beaches of the Coral Sea nestles Cairns' premier beach destination - Palm Cove.

A dawn walk in the ever present company of brightly coloured lorikeets, kookaburras, flocks of sulphur crested cockatoos, wallabies and rare green tree frogs, belies the fact that Palm Cove is just 20 minutes north of the Cairns International Airport.

Palm Cove, your ultimate lifestyle destination, is both affordable and caters for all accommodation needs, from international standard resorts to self catering holiday apartments, all carefully positioned amongst majestic melaleuca trees interspersed with coconut palms and tropical gardens.

Wherever you stay in Palm Cove you have access to the World Heritage rainforest, the Great Barrier Reef boarding from the Palm Cove Pier or you can simply enjoy nature's playground with an exciting challenge and adventures like white water rafting, canoeing, horse riding or trekking. Those who are less energetic can enjoy a fascinating glimpse of this ancient world dominated by pre-historic tree ferns, travelling by four-wheel drives, rainforest cableway, train or coach.

Palm Cove, with its distinctive character and intimate ambience, its old world charm with splashes of tropical colour, its Australian architecture, its idyllic setting, glorious sunshine, serenity and security - will enchant you! So take a leisurely stroll along the picturesque esplanade and enjoy the experience of the village shopping precinct with its many specialty shops. Take a swim on the patrolled beach, walk to the tranquil beaches of Clifton or Kewarra.

It's your holiday... floral scents, flashes of gigantic butterflies and the tiniest of brilliantly coloured sun birds, balmy nights and a magnificent beach front setting - this is Palm Cove. So whether you do it all or chose to do nothing, Palm Cove will leave you with a lifetime of memories to treasure.

Palm Cove is Cairns' most popular holiday beach, for locals and visitors. Its long sandy beach is lined by tropical coconut trees on one side and the clear, blue waters of the Coral Sea on the other. The beachfront esplanade is shaded by ancient paperbark trees and peppered with hotels, restaurants and retail opportunities. Cairns and its international and domestic airport is a 40-minute drive south, the rainforest is on the mountains behind you and the Great Barrier Reef lies offshore, waiting to be explored. A stunning destination in paradise.