Information about flights from Sydney to Cairns
Touching the mighty Pacific Ocean, spoilt with year round sunshine and having well over 100 beaches Sydney is the place where you want enjoy your time off. Sydney has quickly established itself as one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world, with over 250 different languages spoken and more than one third of its residential population of 4.84 million speaking a language other than English.
The first thing that comes to mind when thinking of Sydney is definitely the famous Sydney Opera House, since it’s opening on October 20th, 1973 it has attracted interest far and near, in no small part due to its modern and expressionist Architecture.
The parks priority is fun, allowing you to throw parties for kids, stage a gala and even for the more unconventional stage a wedding. The park offers various tickets from a day pass which is as little as 25 Australian Dollars to an annual pass for 99 Dollars. Due to its cultural diversity when it comes to food you can find everything in Sydney from designer ice-creams to nice juicy burgers on the beach there’s definitely something for the whole family.
For travellers going from Sydney to Cairns, the best way to travel over is by plane. With over 7 flights every day, using one of Australia’s airlines, Jetstar, Virgin Australia or Qantas, offer inexpensive flights over the distance. To get help booking a ticket, Bravofly offers visitors options depending on their needs. With numerous flights per day visitors should have no difficulty finding an airline that suits their need.
When arriving in Cairns the only word that describes the small port city is spectacular. Cairns is the tropical gateway to north Queensland, and gives visitors access to some of the most unique and diverse eco-systems from an abundant green jungle to bright blue sea. Cairns is where the Australian rainforest meets the Coral reef.
Renowned as one of Australia’s most popular visiting places for tourists Cairns is well set up for visitors, with vintage Australian pubs, shopping malls and wildlife zoos. With its many free outdoor activities, bargains of the night markets and affordable food courts Cairns is a very attractive city for visitors with a budget, especially for families and backtrackers. Port Douglas, just north of Cairns is a dream destination for swimming enthusiasts and divers, visitors are able to book a cruise and visit the largest barrier reef known to man, the only living structure that can be seen from space, the suitably named ‘Great Barrier Reef’.
Visitors are also spoilt with the chance to experience the tribal aboriginal native lifestyle, where the Tjapukai people take great pride in teaching visitors their traditional aboriginal skills, such as ancient tribal techniques, dancing ceremony’s and learning to throw a boomerang.
With the Great Barrier Reef and lush rainforest on its doorstep Cairns is a great place to enjoy the tropical side of Australia.