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Getting to and around Cairns
The Airport Bus is the most economical way to get
to the city, it is not far but is it is a bit cheaper than a taxi
if you're by yourself and they drop off at accommodation. Note
that Cairns is a very spread out city and some accommodation places
are that far off the beaten track that it will not be serviced
Flights to Cairns:
If you are already in Australia then go to our page Cheap Domestic Flights in Australia for a good choice in cheap domestic airfares to Cairns.
If you are still in your home country then you will need to get an international flight to Cairns, but be aware that although Cairns is an international airport, not too many airlines go straight in to Cairns, you will usually have to fly via Brisbane or Sydney.
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There are quite a few places around town to hire a bicycle, Bandicoot Bicycle on 59 Sheridan St. is one of them.
Bus around Cairns
Though Cairns has nowhere near the population of some
of the main cities in the south it is very spread out, the northern
suburb of Palm Cove lies 25 km. from the city centre while the soutern
suburbs lie another15 or so km. down the road, the city also reaches
inland about 15 kms. out to Redlynch and Crystal Cascades.
To get a bus further north to Port Douglas and to your accommodation in Cape Tribulation you have a choice of Sunpalm and Country Road Coaches, they do a door to door service from Cairns and the airport.
Bus to and from Cairns
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