If you are starting to think about where you would like to go for your next holiday have a serious look at visiting the Palm Cove in the Cairns region in Australia. This is one place where all the worlds best natural attractions are clustered together and complemented by top class accommodation. Palm Cove lies in Australias far north and enjoys a superb tropical climate. Here is a place where tropical rainforests meet the Great Barrier Reef and the result is spectacular. Palm Cove and Cairns Accommodation has a wonderful and colourful history, and its wide streets today, are a product of the necessity for lots of room required to turn around a bullock dray. Earlier last century the city was put on the map by famous American game fishing aficionado, Zane Grey, who visited the region on a regular basis chasing the giant Black Marlin that are still prevalent in the area today. Game Fishing charters are readily available.
There are so many things to do around Palm Cove that it is nearly impossible to experience them all. A trip to the Great Barrier Reef is essential. There are a number of experienced operators including Sunlover Cruises, Quicksilver Cruises, and Mike Balls dive adventures. Obviously there are many others to choose from including day tours and extended tours in all manner of boats and yachts. Some of these cater for the specialist dive market and some just for a familys fun day in the sun. The Daintree rainforest lies just to the north of Palm Cove and Port Douglas Queensland and there are numerous day tours and accommodation options to allow you to visit or stay as long as you like. Take a tour that visits the historical town of Cooktown and returns along the spectacular coastline past Cape Tribulation. Here you will experience some of the worlds most pristine rainforests in one of the few remaining places where they run right to the sea. Another region that must be seen is the Atherton Tableland. Many Tours run into its rich hinterland to the many places of interest that exist here. This area can also be visited via the Ariel cable car that runs from Cairns to the town of Kuranda. You can take the Skyrail up and return on the conventional railway back which will take you on a spectacular ride past the Barron Falls and return through the rainforest.
Accommodation in Palm Cove and its surrounding area comes in all shapes and sizes. Here you will find everything ranging from top quality backpacker hostels right through to the most luxurious resorts that you can imagine. In Palm Cove there is a wide range including a number of resorts and apartments clustered along the Esplanade. These are within easy walking distance of this resort townships amenities. Such places as Mantra Amphora Resort, The Sebel Beach club, The Sea Temple Palm Cove resort, The Oasis resort, Sanctuary resort, and Angsana Resort are some of the most sought after. Just to the south of Palm Cove is the beautiful kewarra Beach Resort which has absolute beach frontage and features separate holiday cabins set in a rain forest setting.Tthe resort towns of Palm Cove, Trinity Beach, Clifton Beach, Yorkys Knob and Port Douglas are all within easy reach. There are some spectacular accommodation options here also including the Sea Temple Port Douglas, Mantra Heritage and Aqueous, The Sebel Beach Club Port Douglas and Breakfree Portsea Resort. Other resorts in the area include Thala Beach resort and the Sheraton Mirage Port Douglas
Cairns has an international airport and can be accessed from many overseas destinations. There are also many domestic flight options if you want to make Palm Cove part of a full Australian holiday including some of its other iconic destinations such as Ayers Rock and the Sydney Opera House. www.aunztravel.com.au has a wealth of holiday information for Australia and New Zealand including information on accommodation, attractions and transfers.