It's very popular with the tourists because the climate it's very favorable. Also call the tropical city. There are some attractions as galleries, museums, theaters, libraries,...
The Cairns historical society Museum
This it's a structure of national value. which offers an opportunity to view several collections showing the development of the city and reflects the social life of the population by the Chinese and European influence.
This shop has got some things to go under the sea, for example, a special camera for when to go under the water. You can pick a moment which when you really like, in high quality.
Cairns Skate Park
Is the most awesome skate park of Australia. There are long runs with stairs and gaps, and the landscape design is astonishing. You can skate to the night because there are many lights.
Captain Cook's statue is an important item of the local history of Cairns. The concrete statue, built in 1973 is owned by a person who plans to transform the 32 foot statue into the statue of America's first president, George Washington. During its history, the statue has been painted many times and in a variety of different colors.
Cairns Flecker Botanical Gardens are a must see when visiting Cairns. The huge variety of tropical plant species attracts locals and foreign visitors alike. The entrance is free, so you may visit from 7:30 am until 5:30 pm, and look at the gorgeous orchids, heliconias, and gingers. There is an information center and a book shop, where visitors can find maps and self-guided tour/informational books.
The Catalina Flying Boat Memorial in Cairns is dedicated to Squadron 11–20, which was based in Cairns during the Second World War. It commemorates the 320 airmen who failed to return from their mission. The memorial represents the exceptional bravery of veterans, their love for their country, and their willingness to defend it. At the front of the monument there is a Plaque, where you can find more information.
Gisela García Carmona Miriam Ruanes Salvador Laia López Fernández