Sydney to Cairns by Boat

Sydney to Cairns by Boat

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Cairns is a city in the east coast of the North Queensland region, situated on the edge of the Coral Sea. Being. identified as the safest tropical city in the world, it is the ideal city to experience tropical climate with modern facilities including comfortable hotels, elegant restaurants and a variety of shops. Hence, Cairns has become a tourist magnet attracting hundreds of tourists each day.

There are many modes of transportation to reach Cairns from Sydney. They include land, air as well as water. A car or bus can be taken if you are travelling on the road. If using a real medium, you can take a plane. And if you prefer the sea above them all, you can take a cruise ship. A journey on a cruise ship is a truly unforgettable experience. Being a well-serviced city with marinas, Cairns is well suited for boating enthusiasts. In fact, a number of cruise ships call at the Cairns Seaport regularly and it has become the busiest cruise port in Australia.

Several cruise lines operate cruise ships from Sydney to Cairns. The main cruise lines are Celebrity Cruises and the Princess Cruises.

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On your way to Cairns from Sydney, any boat or cruise ship will be bound to stop over at various ports of call. They include both Brisbane and Airlie Beach. Exploring these ports is one of the joys of cruising. Taking a stroll in the streets of cities is a great way to spend a few hours or the entire day. 

Brisbane is the capital of the state of Queensland with many places to visit in Brisbane including the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens, Brisbane’s oldest and most mature gardens with many rare and unusual botanic species. Being listed as a heritage-listed botanic garden, it is described as the most significant, non-Aboriginal cultural landscape in Queensland, the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, the world’s first and largest koala sanctuary with 130 koalas, and the Gallery of Modern Art, largest gallery of modern and contemporary art in Australia.

In Airlie Beach, you will be able to visit places like the Airlie Beach Lagoon, the focal tourist attraction in Airlie Beach and the Whitsunday Islands, a paradise in the coral sea consisting of 74 islands. An ideal place for fully-fledged aquatic activities like sailing, diving, snorkeling, and swimming if you have time.

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