How to get to Cairns and Globetrotters International
You can get a $5 discount per person from the airport with FNQ Airport shuttle. when booking online
You must pre book your shuttle at www.cairnsairport shuttle.com.au. Enter the word welcome as your discount code you will only pay $7 pp onboard. If you do not prebook online the cost is $12 dollars for one person, $17 for two. Please note on return to the airport fare is full price as above
From the Main Bus
We are approx 10 min walk from both the premier and greyhound bus stop walking North along Lake Street to the second roundabout.
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How to get to Cairns, Australia
Cairns Airport is the main gateway to Tropical North Queensland. It boasts international, domestic and general aviation terminals. It is serviced by major international, national and state air carriers. There are many direct flights for international travellers: New Zealand, Hong Kong, Japan, Guam and Papua New Guinea as well as Singapore via Darwin. Cairns Airport is Australia’s fifth busiest in terms of international passengers.
Cairns Airport offers both domestic and international flights. Airfield operations are 24 hours, and terminal operations including shops, cafes at both pre and post immigration points are open in accordance with flight schedules.
You must pre-book your shuttle at www.cairnsairport shuttle.com.au. Enter the word welcome as your discount code you will only pay $7 pp onboard. If you do not prebook online the cost is $12 dollars for one person, $17 for two. Please note on return to the airport fare is full price as above
Offering passengers a comfortable and scenic way to view the inland coast of Queensland, the Sunlander travels return from Brisbane to Cairns three times per week. The Sunlander meanders its way through the scenic, lush countryside of inland coastal towns of Bundaberg and Gladstone through to the sub-tropical region in Mackay, Proserpine and Bowen, until reaching its final destination of Cairns.
Spirit of Queensland
Queensland Rail’s brand new Tilt Train fleet was launched in October 2013 and focuses on relaxation, comfort and modern facilities. Connecting visitors to major tourist destinations from South East to Central Queensland, the new Spirit of Queensland train boasts an Australian first, the revolutionary RailBed – seats that convert to a lie-flat bad.
The distance to Cairns by the most practicable direct route is:
- 1700 km from Brisbane
- 2700 km from Sydney
- 2800 km from Darwin
- 3100 km from Melbourne
You could hire a car from another city and depending on whether the facilities are available you can drop it off to the same provider when you arrive in Cairns. Otherwise, get an airport transfer from the nearest airport to where you are staying.
Coach travel is an efficient and pleasurable way to see the countryside. Major coach companies operate luxury, air conditioned vehicles with express services between major Australian cities and Cairns.
Cairns is well serviced with marinas for boating enthusiasts. A rising number of overseas cruise ships call at the Cairns Seaport regularly. It is Australia’s busiest cruise port with over 200 international and domestic cruise ship visits a year and provides a gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and a 213 berth Marina accommodating a variety of cruising vessels, superyachts and reef vessels. Cairns Seaport offers extensive and experienced ship building and repair services offering some of the most experienced, quality assured luxury repair facilities for superyachts in the southern hemisphere.
154-156 Lake St Cairns,
on the corner of Lake & Upward Str.
Business Hours: 8am – 7.30pm
Phone Business Hours: 0419744 431
7pm After Hours: 0435 749 844