The Cairns Ironman will be held on 9 June 2019. And once again, Palm Cove is hosting the swim leg and the start of the cycle leg. It’s going to be a great weekend of action but will include some road closures in the area. The road closures are detailed in the following post:
Come and enjoy a fun morning of Australia Day celebrations at Palm Cove on Friday, January 26, 2018.
Time: 7:00am – 11:00am
Location: Northern section of Williams Esplanade Reserve, Palm Cove
There’ll be a sausage sizzle, bacon & egg Aussie BBQ breakfast, live music, entertainment, art and craft programme, local stalls, face painting, jumping castle, wildlife from Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures and Aussie games.
Don’t forget to wear green and gold or wave an Aussie Flag.
Make a day of it and bring a picnic or grab a beachfront BBQ, Palm Cove is the perfect destination to spend the Nation’s holiday.
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Josephine Falls are located approximately 75km south of Cairns in the Wooroonooran National Park. The falls are made up of a series of cascades fed by rains falling on Mount Bartle Frere (Queensland’s highest mountain) the peak of the mountain is often covered by clouds and mist.
The falls are a popular swimming spot and starting point for walking tracks in the area. The Falls are accessed via a well maintained access path approximately 700m from the car park.
A trip the falls makes a great day trip from Palm Cove. Our Tours desk can get you headed in the right direction.
The Atherton Tablelands are short trip from Palm Cove and make a great day trip away from the coast. The tableland is an agricultural area with a range of crops and produce. You will still see the sugar cane fields but you will also see bananas, avocado, tea, coffee, pumpkins, strawberries, blue berries, dairy farms, cheese makers, tropical wineries and everyone’s favorite, chocolate. The Skybury coffee plantation is just west of Mareeba and is a great stop for lunch or just a coffee. The view alone is worth the drive.