Discover your Tropical North accommodation
Tropical North Queensland
From $180 pn
Sea Change Beachfront Apartments
From $219 pn
From $207 pn
From $243 pn
Saltwater Luxury Apartments
From $410 pn
The Lakes Cairns
From $195 pn
Oaks Gateway Suites
From $127 pn
Oaks Metropole Hotel
From $119 pn
Paradise Palms Resort & Country Club
From $185 pn
Trinity Beach Club Holiday Apartments
From $90 pn
Hides Hotel Cairns
From $89 pn
From $160 pn
Untamed, charming, and a balmy paradise; welcome to Tropical North Queensland. Ancient rainforests are met by white sand beaches hiding one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef right beneath its clear blue waters.
Tropical North Queensland accommodation covers the northern region of Queensland from Townsville up to Cape York encompassing everything to the east of the Great Dividing Range. This wild corner of paradise has a deep connection with the reef and rainforests and hold some magical places to relax and reconnect, have the adventure of a lifetime, or a mixture of both.
Leave the hustle and bustle of daily life behind and retreat to beautiful Port Douglas or Palm Cove with the family and relax by lavish pool sides, escape on a romantic getaway to Cairns, or perhaps the rustic beauty of Cape Tribulation holds your attention? Island holidays are an escape like no other and TNQ has plenty. Discover Fitzroy Island 40 minutes off the coast of Cairns, Magnetic Island just 20 minutes from Townsville or the luxury Orpheus Island off the coast between Townsville and Cairns.
For all your Tropical North Queensland accommodation needs speak to the experts at Discover Queensland on 1300 788 553.
Tropical North Queensland Weather
Tropical North Queensland weather is one of the best climate’s Australia and the Southern Hemisphere has to offer.
The aptly named Tropical North boasts days filled with sunshine, warm waters, and fresh ocean breezes that are paired perfectly with white sand beaches lapped by azure blue waters that make it a hugely popular holiday destination.
Summer is characterised by temperate days that lend themselves to lazing pool side or on the beach listening to the waves crash. Winters are also warm and balmy, however, the heat is less intense and there is a lower chance of rain as it is also ‘dry’ season.
Tropical North Queensland weather is stunning year round, meaning holidays planned at any time will be privy to sunshine, warm waters, and clear skies.View Weather