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The colourful city of Cairns in tropical Far North Queensland is known for being the number one tourist spot to visit for the Great Barrier Reef – the most spectacular snorkelling and scuba diving site in the world. But if you’re looking for a little sea and sand during your Cairns holiday, this popular holiday destination offers some of the most well-known beaches in Queensland. Make sure not to miss these unique beaches during your Great Barrier Reef getaway!

Trinity Beach is a spectacular beach sheltered between two large headlands and offers an environment that’s alive yet perfectly relaxing. Some of this beach’s popularity is due to the fantastic selection of shopping spots and restaurants that litter the area opposite the beach. Trinity Beach is the perfect day out for families or friends.

Holloways Beach is another residential Cairns beach – it’s a long, narrow beach but that still doesn’t stop it from being a popular location to cool off for both tourists and locals alike. Bring a picnic along or enjoy a relaxing coastal walk. Holloway's Beach has the perfect ambience for unwinding.

Yorkeys Knob neighbours the peaceful Holloways Beach, yet sets itself apart with a cool environment that’s great for chilled out surfing, fishing, and a few must-try water sports. Yorkeys Knob is the ideal destination for those who are all about laid-back fun in the sun.

Discover paradise with these spectacular Cairns beaches just moments from our Cairns holiday apartment family resort. Have a worry-free, unforgettable holiday in a conveniently located Cairns resort that offers 19 well-furnished and spacious family-friendly apartments for a relaxing place to stay near the Great Barrier Reef. Our self contained apartments Cairns brings comfort to you with one, two, and three bedroom apartments perfect for couples, groups, and families, as well as superb guest facilities such as a tropical gardens swimming pool, spa, gym, and more.

Discover Cairns this year at Koala Court, book with us now at http://koalacourt.etourism.net.au/