With its close proximity to the fleet terminal our hotel is the best location to explore the World famous Great Barrier Reef and other nearby attractions. Pullman Cairns International is just 8 kilometres from the domestic and international airports.

This unique 5-star hotel in Cairns city reflects the ambience and spirit of Far North Queensland and exudes the architectural style and grandeur of the city centre’s rich colonial past. Enjoy a relaxing treatment and harmonize your soul at Vie Spa and dine on the best local seafood in Coco's Restaurant.

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A Home away
from home

This unique 5-star hotel in Cairns city reflects the ambience and spirit of Far North Queensland and exudes the architectural style and grandeur of the city centre’s rich colonial past.

The hotel is a home away from home enabling you to relax and come refreshed for conference sessions. When conference sessions are not in progress you can enjoy the many luxuries the hotel has to offer from the Vie Spa and Sauna, COCO's Kitchen and bar, Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi, sundeck and for those that are looking for fitness, a gymnasium.

This is only the hotel, central Cairns is just a 2 minute walk away.

Great Barrier Reef

No trip to Cairns is complete without visiting the Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest coral reef system. It's made up of 3,000 coral reefs, 600 continental islands and 300 coral cays. Book a day cruise with operators to snorkel and dive among vivid coral gardens and colourful fish. Discover some of the reef's unspoiled islands from Cairns. Jump on the 45-minute high-speed ferry to reach picturesque Fitzroy Island.

Food and Drink

Cairns has a thriving café scene, with many trendy cafés dotted along Grafton and Spence streets. Start the day with breakfast at Caffiend, a laneway café plating up dishes such as chilli eggs and French toast, with cold drip coffee and coconut lattes. Sing Sing Espresso is another popular haunt for coffee and tasty vegan treats. Tuck into wholesome salads at Silk Caffe and then indulge on its Nutella ice coffee.

Daintree Rainforest

The World Heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest is so beautiful that its ancient ferns, emerald green vines and lush canopy provided inspiration for the movie Avatar. Here, you can trek through jungle and discover plants and animals found nowhere else on the planet. Fly through the trees on a zip-line for a bird’s-eye view. Cruise along the winding waterways of the Daintree River, looking for saltwater crocodiles.


The Cairns region is characterised by two seasons – the wet summer season, which begins around November and ends around May, and the dry winter season. Being a monsoonal climate, most rainfall occurs between January and March. The cyclone season is normally confined to December and April.

Typical daytime temperatures range from 14C to 26C (52-78F) in mid-winter/dry season and 24C to 33C (75-91F) in mid-summer/ wet season.

Cycling and Walking

Cairns Regional Council provides over 450km of off-road paths (including shared paths suitable for walkers and cyclists) as well as many on-road bike lanes and wide shoulders suitable for cycling, so you can explore the unique region.

The Lagoon (public swimming pool)

The lagoon is a 4800sqm salt water swimming facility that offers an all-year round, safe swimming location.

Opening hours:

  • Thursday to Tuesday 6.00am to 9.00pm
  • Wednesday 12.00pm to 9.00pm (closed for maintenance until midday)
  • Public Holidays 6.00am to 9.00pm

Entry to the lagoon is free. Toilet and shower facilities are located in the amenities block alongside the lagoon.

Lifeguards are on duty while the lagoon is open. Wheelchair access to the lagoon is available.


The Dangerous Marine Stinger season typically runs from November to May (subject to seasonal variability). Council-patrolled beaches include "stinger" nets but be aware that juvenile jellyfish may be small enough to get through the nets. It is always advisable to wear a stinger suit when swimming in the ocean.

Esplanade Markets

Every Saturday, between 8am and 4pm, The Esplanade Markets showcase local, quality handmade products from jewellery, leather work and homewares to pottery, clothes and skincare. If you need a gift or souvenir you are sure to find it here.

Starts: Every week on Saturday from 8am to 4pm

Cost: Free Entry


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Support Staff Discount

We have provided a discount on support staff attending conference. An opportunity to invest in your practice.


Our agenda last year produced 15 FASEA CPD hours and we intend to achieve the same for 2021.