Start Your Adventure With a Car Hire in Cairns Airport
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You do know that it's quite far from where you are, don't you? So you'll probably be doing the most sensible thing which is to fly via Cairns Airport - and that's a promising start. But you will need VroomVroomVroom to snag you the best car rental Cairns Airport deal to get you out into the sunshine and in the direction of your Queensland adventure.
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If you've jumped on our website and organised your Cairns Airport car rental before taking flight, all you have to do is cruise on up to the car rental counter and jump into your rental car for an adventure of a lifetime.
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So once you've picked up a great deal on a rental car, you're ready to vroom off into the sunset and explore Cairns and the rest of Queensland! For information on departures and arrivals at both the international and domestic terminals visit Cairns Airport.
Useful information on Cairns Airport
Cairns Airport is one of the leading regional airports and the seventh busiest airport in Australia. It serves more than 3.5 million passengers annually and handles 44 domestic and 20 international flights. The airport has direct flights to Gold Coast, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Darwin, Townsville, Perth, and Adelaide. Cairns Airport also handles direct flights from Hong Kong, Tokyo, Osaka, Port Moresby, and Guam as well as seasonal flights to Auckland, Shanghai, and Guangzhou.
The public airport is nestled between the east of Trinity Bay and the west of Mount Whitfield. It is just seven kilometres away from the Central Business District. Cairns Airport serves as a gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and North Queensland's Tropical Rainforests thus making the airport quite popular among outdoor lovers and explorers.
There are two passenger terminals at Cairns Airport: domestic terminal (5 jet bridges and 17 gates) and international terminal (6 jet bridges and 10 gates). Car hire Cairns Airport offices can be found at the northern end of the domestic terminal and at the arrivals hall of the international terminal.
Appropriately and ideally situated just 10 minutes from the CBD, 25 minutes from Palm Cove and the Northern Beaches and nearly one hour from Port Douglas, flying in and traveling to Cairns is easy and hassle-free as many domestic and international flights arrive every day.
Cairns is regarded as the heart of the Tropical Northas well as a magnificent base for touring this large region. With the Great Barrier Reef, which serves as the perfect destination for tourists, the breathtaking Daintree Rainforest, Cooktown and Cape York to the north, the impressive Tablelands and outback to the west, plus several notable attractions in between, Cairns is a tropical place with a variety of top attractions and cool activities to select from. But, of course, there are other great reasons why visit this place: from the beautiful beaches, marvelous hinterland, amazing cafés and bars, lively markets and easy-going and hospitable people make Cairns a must-see destination.
Here are some of our recommended things to do in Cairns
- Take pleasure in Great Barrier Reef diving and snorkeling.
- Sail to Green Island and snorkel straight off the beach.
- Relax in style and have a road trip to Port Douglas and visit the Sunday markets.
- Take delight via a glorious scenic hot air balloon flight over the Atherton Tablelands.
- Make sure also to take the scenic rail & Skyrail to Kuranda.
- Explore and get lost through the world's oldest surviving tropical rainforest in the Daintree.
- Have a pleasant time rafting on the mighty Tully River, known as the best rafting river across Australia and New Zealand.
- Go to see some Spanish style castles at Paronella Park.
- Travel through the Atherton Tablelands and enjoy fresh local produce straight from the farms.
- Adore coral gardens and secluded beaches at Fitzroy Island.
- Drive through north of Cairns and visit Cooktown, regarded as one of Australia's most historically momentous townships.