Queensland Offers $100 Discount On Flights To Great Barrier Reef & More – Here’s How To Get Yours!
Tourism Tropical North Queensland (TTNQ) announced a campaign in partnership with Webjet that will discount $100 from the price of airplane tickets to Cairns, Australia, in an effort to increase tourism.
The campaign is set to run through the end of the month and will apply to flights before November 20 with the goal of generating $14 million to boost the economy.
“Together we can unlock the story of The Tropics and build tourism success as one of the country’s most thriving destinations,” TTNQ said as they introduced the campaign.
“At Tourism Tropical North Queensland (TTNQ), we are proud to market this region to the world through stories founded around the reef, rainforest, Indigenous, outback, lifestyle, and adventure,” they added.
Cairns offers a variety of activities to enjoy – from the spectacular clear blue waters to the Kuranda Scenic railway, you won’t regret taking advantage of the flight deals.
Cairns is a great place to enjoy one of the world’s wonders: the Great Barrier Reef. Set sail from Cairns and explore the colorful reefs and sea creatures by either snorkeling or diving. This activity usually takes the entire day. Down Under Cruise and Dive is one of the best companies in the area to take a trip to the Great Barrier reef with. They are recommended by 94% of travelers with tickets costing just $150 per adult. They transport guests to multiple areas on the reef and supply a delicious BBQ lunch, snorkeling and diving gear.
The Kuranda Scenic Railway allows guests to take in the Australian rainforest on a full-day tour. This adventure takes tourists on the path of some of the first people to live in North Queensland featuring a butterfly sanctuary and Australian wildlife such as koalas. The trip is completed by a skyrail cableway that boasts incredible views. Tropic Wings Cairns Tours operates this incredible tour for $185 per adult.
Find out how to get reduced ticket prices here.
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