What’s On In Cairns Australia This April: The picturesque city of Cairns lies tucked away between two World Heritage listed natural playgrounds, the Great Barrier Reef and Wet Tropics Rainforest. Cairns Esplanade, lined with bars and restaurants and comprising of a swimming lagoon, has plenty to offer for the pleasure-seeking tourist in April.
Wind and Wood at Mayhems
Hey guys! Don’t miss out on the incredible vibes at Mayhem’s this Friday at Machans! Get ready to groove to the amazing tunes by the talented duo, Wind and Wood! Trust us, it’s going to be an unforgettable night! See you there! Obsessed with this incredible menu! It’s seriously next-level and totally drool-worthy!
Artist: Wind and Wood
6:00pm Friday 5th April 202
What’s On In Cairns Australia This April: Rusty’s Market, Cairns
Everyone who visits Cairns must take a stroll through Rusty’s Markets at least once. The alleys are brimming with tropical fruits you’ve never heard of, the aroma of freshly roasted coffee permeates the air, and the sound of sizzling food booths fills the air.
With over 180 booths selling everything from fresh vegetables to bread and spices to tropical flowers to local cheese and dairy products to a wide variety of handicrafts and souvenirs, this lively marketplace has been serving the community since 1975. You can fill up on banh mi, acai bowls, and Vietnamese coffee, among other popular items, at this hawker-style market, so come hungry and take your time browsing.
Youth Week (APRIL)
About 29,000 individuals, or 20% of Cairns’ total population, are in the youth demographic, defined as those between the ages of 10 and 24.
There are several methods in which the Cairns Council encourages and helps local youth participate in athletics, the arts, and regional and national representation.
The Active Living program and the Space + Place program, which is a collaboration between the council, the police, and community organizations, provide free activities seven days a week. These include street volleyball, edor, skateboarding, climbing, and street soccer.
The Cairns Youth Climate Summit is an opportunity for young people who are passionate about climate change activism, science, and politics to share their voices in an event that happens every two years.
From free internet access for teens and older children after school to storytime for the youngest Cairns residents with First Five Forever, the library offers a lot to youth.
Through the Youth Urban Arts Project, the Council also solicits ideas and designs from the city’s youngest inhabitants.