Living in Cairns

Cairns

Surrounded by virgin forests, rainforests, endless beaches and animals of all kinds, Cairns is a town located in the heart of wild Australia. It is not a big city (142,000 inhabitants) but it offers a wide variety of possibilities and options if you decide to choose it to spend some time Down Under.

With an average temperature of 30° C throughout the year, you can test your limits with spectacular trekking routes, cruising mangroves and searching for the feared Salt Water Crocodile. You can also take tours to see the waterfalls, enjoy Cape Tribulation in the middle of the Daintree Rainforest or discover the fauna and flora of one of the wildest spots in Australia.

As if this wasn’t enough, Cairns is the most common exit point for a unique natural paradise in the world: the Great Barrier Reef. The city is full of agencies that organize tours of all kinds to the largest coral reef in the world and one of the top natural attractions in the Antipodes.

PROS
– Tropical Weather
– Small and relaxed
– Many adventure activities (onshore and offshore)
– Near the Great Barrier Reef and many islands around it.
– Easy to move around the city

CONTRAS
– Difficult to find work
– You cannot swim in the ocean due to dangerous crocodiles and sharks. (But there is a public pool in the middle of the city)

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