The city of Cairns has some of the most diverse range of dining that you will ever experience in any one place where you can sample tastes from around the world from breakfast through to dinner. Waterfront dining, city dining options, tranquil restaurants tucked away in the rainforest and dining cruises for something really different can all be looked forward to when holiday in Cairns in far north Queensland. Popular for its famous attractions such as the Great Barrier Reef and surrounding additions such as the Daintree Rainforest, Cape Tribulation and the Atherton Tablelands, Cairns Dining can also be added to the list off attractions that people love to try while they are here.
Lining the streets of the city, down by the water’s edge or within a rainforest setting, are some of the different locations where you will find many options for dining out in Cairns. Breakfast, lunch and dinner can be a taste sensation with some of the country’s finest chefs being based here in Cairns and serving up some of their finest works. Enjoy a hot latte in the morning in one of the many cafes, stop for a quick bite to eat at a local deli or take the kids to a family friendly restaurant in the city where you will find numerous to choose from.
Accommodating all budgets, styles and tastes, the dining options that are available in Cairns suit all travellers, from low cost pub meals perfect for backpackers looking for cheap but tasty food through to fine dining experiences where the service and food is impeccable. Dining in Cairns is just one of the attractions that you will have to look forward to, so come and discover this far north Queensland city for yourself and find out why so many people keep coming back for more!
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