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Cairns Maps

Cairns Maps

Trying to find your way to or around Cairns or the surrounding regions? Our range of Cairns maps from the Tourism Queensland library will help you find the difference between Palm Cove and a palm tree! Take a look at each of the maps below to help you find your way. 

Cairns Street Map

Cairns Cairns Street Map Cairns Cairns Street Map Cairns is a North Queensland regional city with a population of about 151,000 (in 2010). It's located about 1700km north of Brisbane and is a popular travel destination for both Australian and overseas tourists due to its warm tropical climate. View this interactive Street Map of Cairns and get a birds eye view of the region.

 

Cairns Northern Beaches Map

Cairns Cairns Northern Beaches Map Cairns Cairns Northern Beaches Map Cairns Northern Beaches are located 10 to 20 minutes out of the centre of Cairns and are known for it's superior swimming beaches. View this interactive Google map to get an idea of where these beaches are located so you can make your accommodation choice!

 

Cairns & Tropical Reef Islands Map

Cairns Cairns & Tropical Reef Islands Map Cairns Cairns & Tropical Reef Islands Map There's some 900 islands located in the Great Barrier Reef. Obviously we can't map them all so here's a map of the major islands off the Cairns and the surrounding region, including Hinchinbrook Island, Lizard Island and Fitzroy Island.

 

Cairns & Atherton Tablelands Map

Cairns Cairns & Atherton Tablelands Map Cairns Cairns & Atherton Tablelands Map The Atherton Tablelands are located 30 to 90 minutes high above Cairns in the highlands of the region. It's a great place to take a day trip or scenic drive. Check out our map showing Cairns and The Atherton Tablelands to get a better idea.

 

Cairns & the Queensland Coast Map

Cairns Cairns & the Queensland Coast Map Cairns Cairns & the Queensland Coast Map The state of Queensland is the second largest in Australia however it is also about 7 times larger than the United Kingdom. The most northern point is the Cape York Peninsula and it's most southern is the border between Queensland and New South Wales which is Tweed Heads.

 

Map of Cairns to Cooktown

Cairns Map of Cairns to Cooktown Cairns Map of Cairns to Cooktown Travelling between Cairns and Cooktown, whether you go by the inland road or the coastal road, you are going to pass through some lovely, small north Queensland towns.

 

Cairns Ferries and Beaches Map

Cairns Cairns Ferries and Beaches Map Cairns Cairns Ferries and Beaches Map A tourist destination in its own right, Cairns is also the gateway to Green Island National Park (near Arlington Reef) and Fitzroy Island National Park via ferry.

 

Queensland Tourist Map

Cairns Queensland Tourist Map Cairns Queensland Tourist Map This interactive map of Queensland with hotspots includes Port Douglas, Cairns, the Great Barrier Reef, Whitsundays, Sunshine Coast, Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Click on a region for more information, book accommodation or take a picture tour!