Cairns 4 Night Deluxe Holiday Deal - Includes accommodation in recently refurbished Superior or Studio Room at popular Cairns Colonial Club, FREE Cocktail for 2 Adults, BONUS $50 Dining Voucher at Thirsty Flamingo Poolside Bar & Dining PLUS Kids 12 yrs and under stay FREE* Call 1300 780 806 to book today!
Cairns 4 Night Holiday Deal ON SALE NOW! Cairns Colonial Club Resort is a popular family friendly resort set amongst 11 acres of tropical rainforest gardens, and conveniently located just 5kms from the Cairns Airport, 4kms from the boardwalks, shopping and dining precincts of Cairns city. Call and ask about our last minute holiday deals now.
This iconic Cairns holiday resort features 345 modern accommodation rooms, three resort style swimming pools, a pool slide, children's playground and toddler's pool, plus colonial style wedding and function centre.
Enjoy a tropical cocktail at Thirsty Flamingo - the resort's contemporary poolside bar offering casual dining along with chilled music, attentive service with fres, innovative food and ice-cold beverages. Cairns Colonial Club Resort is an ideal resort to explore Cairns' major attractions including the Reef and world heritage rainforest.
Book now for a relaxed tropical resort experience coupled with warm, friendly hospitality. Call 1300 780 806 Cairns Holiday Specialists
Resort Rooms are simple and comfortable with either one King Bed or one Queen and one single bed suitable for two adults, or two adults and one child. The ensuite bathroom has a walk-in shower. Disabled-friendly rooms, designed for ‘special access’ featuring no steps, low level facilities and railings by the bed and in the bathroom, are available on request.
Garden View Rooms are located amongst private landscaped gardens near a secluded lagoon pool. Each Garden View room offers 2 queen beds and a freshly refurbished bathroom. This room is ideal for 2 adults plus up to 2 kids stay FREE if using existing bedding.
Studio Rooms are spacious and include cooking facilities making them ideal for families, friends, school groups and sports teams or anyone on an extended stay. Studio Rooms feature a King (or twin) bedroom with flatscreen TV, that is separate from the main lounge/dining area. The lounge/dining room also has 1 King (or twin) or two single pull out sofa beds. All Studio Rooms feature the convenience of a kitchenette which includes a microwave, electric frying pan, toaster, kettle, cutlery, crockery and Bar Fridge. Studio Rooms can comfortably accommodate four guests (additional surcharges apply if more than 2 adults), or two adults and two children. (Up to 2 Children under 12 stay FREE when staying with up to 2 Adults.) A rollaway bed can be used to accommodate a 5th person but a surcharge would apply.
Superior Rooms These bright, contemporary rooms are freshly refurbished with new bathrooms. They surround the exclusive Club Pool area and feature either a private courtyard or balcony overlooking the lagoon pool or tropical garden. Superior rooms have 2 queen beds and can accommodate a maximum of 4 guests (additional surcharges apply if more than 2 adults). Up to 2 Children under 12 stay FREE when staying with up to 2 Adults and using existing bedding.
Thirsty Flamingo Poolside Bar & Dining
The family-friendly poolside bar and dining outlet at the Cairns Colonial Club combines chilled music and warm hospitality with fresh, innovative food and ice-cold beverages. Whether relaxing on comfy couches in contemporary seating areas, cheering on the winning team in the dedicated Sports Bar or simply soaking up the sun poolside with toes in the sand, the stresses of the day will quickly melt away.
From burgers and battered barramundi, to mouthwatering pork belly and Mediterranean-style share platters, the menu is sure to be a crowd pleaser. And for the flamingo chickadees there is a special Kids’ Menu with delicious pint-size offerings, an interactive toddlers’ play area and a fun playground! A hot plated breakfast is also served daily from 6.30am to 11am.
Scattered amongst the award-winning tropical gardens you will find three lagoon style swimming pools, one with a pool slide and a man-made beach. There is a shallow children’s swimming pool, and a pool that features a tropical swim up bar. (Check at reception for opening hours.) The third swimming pool is hidden amongst the trees and offers guests the opportunity to swim beneath a glorious tropical rainforest canopy in quiet privacy.
Families will love the children's playground, pool slide and toddler pool.
AFFORDABLE FOR CONFERENCE GROUPS & SPORTING GROUPS!
With a variety of room types, the resort can cater to all manner of groups including conference groups, special interest groups, students and sporting groups. The Studio rooms can sleep up to 4 adults in separate beds making them a very cost-effective option for groups on a budget. Just minutes from the CBD, the Cairns Colonial Club offers a relaxing 4 star resort experience with a choice of individual and group dining options.
Other facilities include a gift shop, Thirsty Flamingo Poolside Bar & Dining restaurant, internet access, a guest lounge, laundry facilities and a children’s playground.
Cairns Resort Weddings
Weddings in Cairns are extremely popular due to the tropical climate and perfect weather. The gracious architecture and tropical rainforest backdrop makes this resort the absolute perfect wedding venue.
Imagine exchanging your vows in a romantic rainforest gazebo! Photo opportunities abound in the breathtaking surrounds of the award-winning, tropical rainforest gardens at the Cairns Colonial Club.
Welcome your guests with pre-dinner drinks amongst the treetops on wide timber verandas, then witness the awe and wonder as they traverse the elegant marble foyer before stepping into the stunning, heritage-style reception room with period chandeliers and dramatic 25 foot ceilings.
The team of wedding specialists at the Cairns Colonial Club will work tirelessly to make sure your special day really IS special and memorable for all the right reasons.
The resort has three dedicated areas that can cater for your romantic tropical Cairns wedding; the largest reception venue can hold up to 180 wedding guests in air conditioned comfort.
After the wedding, couples can stay on and enjoy their honeymoon in the tranquil setting of this Cairns holiday resort, the ideal way to start to a new life together. We can also tailor your Honeymoon Package to ensure the romance continues along with the memories of your tropical wedding in Cairns!
Ideally positioned just on the outskirts of the City of Cairns, Cairns Colonial Club Resort is a short 5 minute drive to Cairns City and 10 minutes from the Cairns Domestic and International Airports.
Cairns Colonial Club Resort is the ideal base to discover everything that makes Tropical North Queensland so unique – the vibrant underwater world of the Great Barrier Reef, the rich primordial forests of the Daintree Rainforest and the charming rural landscape of the Cairns Highlands.
Tropical beaches, secluded rainforest waterholes, deserted islands and ancient caves and lava tunnels are just some of the unique attractions waiting to be discovered around Cairns and the Northern tropical regions of Australia.
Numerous Cairns tour operators pick up and drop off guests from the Cairns Colonial Club daily. For more information on regional tours, sightseeing and attractions, consult with the experts at The Tour Specialists & Cairns Holiday Specialists by calling on 1300 761 612.
Cairns Colonial Club is only 4km from Cairns CBD and just 7km from Cairns airport but 11 acres of tropical gardens ensures that you will feel miles away from civilization. A regular Cairns city shuttle service is available during your stay. (Minimal fee payable onboard).
This iconic Cairns resort offers great value, family-friendly, budget accommodation in the heart of Tropical North Queensland Australia. It is ideal for groups, couples or families seeking a private patch of paradise in the tropical City of Cairns.
Call Cairns Holiday Specialists for the latest offers or a group quote for your conference or wedding call 1300 780 806
Cairns is known as the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and a sophisticated international travel destination with luxury beachfront resorts and rainforest getaways to suit all types of travellers.
Cairns is a safe destination and the weather adds to the attraction even more especially during the months of May to November when it is winter in the southern states of Australia.
The northern tropics have fairly stable temperatures throughout the year with typical daytime min/max temperature ranges in Cairns of 23 to 31 degree Celsius in mid-summer and 18 to 26 degree Celsius in mid-winter.
Some say Cairns only has two seasons and these are known as The Dry Season (May –November) and The Green Season (December-April).
The Tropical Dry Season period or the southern Australian winter period May to November has always been the most popular time to visit Cairns for people from the southern states of Australia that are keen to escape the bone chilling cold of winter yet, the Green Season is when the region is at its absolute finest.
From around October, November the trees start to bud and come into fruit and flower which then starts a whole chain reaction in the world of Mother Nature, not only in the rainforests, but also on the Great Barrier Reef.
This is the prime time to visit Cairns for Ornithologists to see the spectacular array of birdlife in our rainforests, scuba divers and snorkelers to witness coral spawning on the Great Barrier Reef, and the prime time for fishermen from the world over keen to latch onto that monster Marlin or Sail fish.
The animals both on land and in the sea come to life and move about foraging for foods and for a potential liaison with a few friends along the way. In the world heritage listed rainforests of the Daintree and Cape Tribulation the Green Season is the time when you are most likely to see the shyest and most rare of Australian animals running around the rainforest floor and up in the trees with their young.
With the fruiting and flowering in the trees you will also witness massive groups of butterflies of varying types, some with the most brilliant of colours and some equally spectacular birds behind them looking for an opportunity to gorge themselves.
Early on in the Green Season it will at times rain overnight and have a few thunder storms over the mountain ranges but most of the rainfall begins January to March and again most of this activity is in the evening and more localised to the mountain ranges above the rainforests.
When you wake up in the morning the leaves on the trees are a bright green and everything is clean and fresh. The birds are singing and the butterflies are fluttering around making the ambience of the tropics everything that you dreamed it could be.
The oceans of the Great Barrier Reef are a nice warm temperature for snorkelling and enjoying a day out on the reef. Some folks have a big fear of “The Killer Jellyfish” at this time of year but there is a lot of misinformation out there about Jellyfish so if you would like to read a little more about Jellyfish then take a peek here http://www.cairnsattractions.com.au/cairns-jellyfish.php
The Dry Season May to November has some cool evenings and can get quite windy obviously because it is winter in Australia but the days are still beautiful with very little rain. These are the months companies hold major conferences at the Cairns Convention Centre and families and overseas visitors flock to see the Great Barrier Reef and world Heritage Rainforests in their millions.
Cairns Holiday accommodation needs to be booked far in advance as do any of the particular tours and activities that you have on the top of your holiday wish list of things to do on your Cairns holiday due to the high influx of visitors to the region over the same travel period.
This is also the time of the year that the mighty Humpback Whales and the Dwarf Minke Whales come to birth their calves in the safety of the coral bommies of the Cairns Great Barrier Reef. They normally stay around for several months to the delight of all those guests going out snorkelling and scuba diving. You can even go on a half day whale watching tour to see these gentle giants playing around with each other. The younger male Humpbacks can be very cheeky and inquisitive coming right up along the side of the boat to take a peek at everyone on board.
This is a practise that is in no way encouraged by the Great Barrier Reef boat operators, as it is detrimental to the lives of these animals when they leave the safety of Australian waters, and head back down to the Antarctica where many countries kill them for “so called” research purposes.
Cairns is well known as the Capital for Adventure in Australia and the number one destination for extreme activities and outdoor adventure. Just south of Cairns is the mighty Tully River and here you can try Heli Rafting where you are flown deep into the rainforest jungle to the head of a raging river to begin the rafting adventure of a life time over several days.
You can also skydive out of an aeroplane onto a beach or in some cane fields, try a Bungy Jump or go Jungle Surfing, swim with Dwarf Minke Whales and feed huge sharks on the bottom of the ocean. Live aboard a dive boat on the Great Barrier Reef and see the reef in all its glory both day and night.
Take a seaplane out for an afternoon of snorkelling from a solitary sand cay or fly in a helicopter to a remote mountain top with a mountain stream for a swim with your loved one or take a flight up to the Cape for a day of Barramundi fishing in the wild rivers in the middle of nowhere.
There is so much to see and do on your Cairns Holiday you just have to get up here and take a look around.
We bet you will be hooked and make plans to come and visit again.