Far North Queensland has a population of almost 300,000 and is home to Cairns, one of the most beautiful places in Queensland.
The area stretches over 200,000 square kilometres and is filled with natural wonders, including more than 70 national parks. The climate throughout the region is generally a warm, tropical climate.
It has a wet and a dry season, the wet season runs from November until May whilst the dry season starts in June and ends in October.
Tourism is a major source of income for the region as the far north is known to be one of the most beautiful regions in Queensland and Australia.
Cairns is the fourth-most popular destination for international tourists in Australia. Not far from the region you will find the natural beauty of the Great Barrier Reef, the Wet Tropics of Queensland and the Atherton Tableland.
Cairns is the major urban centre in the region, with a population of more than 150,000.
The Cairns esplanade includes a swimming lagoon and barbeque areas, for many it’s the ideal environment for sea change. It has a large commercial centre including a Stockland Centre and a DFO.