What To Expect
Traveling in Cairns is known for active days out on the water, but what do you do in Cairns at night? Check out these ideas!
Start the evening right with a visit to the Dome for the best view in Cairns, and an epic sunset to boot. Check out a wildlife presentation on the way down from the Dome before heading over to the Night Markets.
There's so much to explore at the Cairns Night Markets, but we recommend (at your own expense) starting off with a crepe - it goes really well with honey from the Honey Shop across the way! We'll pay visits to several local artists, including Steve, a Glass Blower, and Glen, a Didgeridoo player. You can see both of these artists in action, as well as many others.
From there, it's time for a little relaxing. If you've been out on the water all day, or even if you haven't, you'll surely love being pampered with a relaxing 40-minute massage.
Once you're all relaxed, it'll be time to grab a bite to eat! You'll get to sample local cuisine appies like fish, beef, kangaroo, and crocodile - does it taste like chicken?! - before leaving the Night Markets and heading for the famous Esplanade.
Cairns is known for its ocean-front Esplanade, a picturesque boardwalk. Here we'll give you some insight into the history of Cairns and share local stories before arriving at our last stop - one of our favorite local hot spots (which one we go to depends on the evening).
We'll spend the rest of the night mixing and mingling with locals, enjoying a cocktail, beer, or glass of wine, and nibbling on some tapas, if you feel so inclined. Not a bad way to spend an evening in Cairns, don't you think?
Local English-speaking guide
Dome admission and climb
One beverage at the bar
Tips and gratuities
Tour will be operated as a guaranteed Small Group Tour with a maximum of 12 guests.
Children 5 years old and below are free of charge.
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