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Spirit of Cairns Buffet

Cairns Dinner Cruise

Enjoy a relaxing evening cruising on a luxury 26-metre sailing catamaran around the calm waters of Trinity Inlet, Cairns Harbour. The two-level Spirit of Cairns has exterior decks and an air-conditioned interior. Take in the sights and sounds of Cairns' tropical port city and its surroundings as they transition from day to night. Begin the evening with a refreshing pre-dinner drink. The water is calm, the weather mild, and the night is yours to enjoy. Sit down to a sumptuous buffet meal with a wide range of hot and cold dishes, fresh seafood, and delicious local produce. Spirit of Cairns sailing catamaran is fully licensed, selling a range of beverages to complement your meal and enhance your evening. This is Cairns' only dinner cruise and is a popular experience with locals and has limited numbers.

Adult $129 |Child $69 4-14yrs
Departs daily from Cairns Marlin Marina 6.30pm - 9.00pm
Indulge in the ultimate evening experience with a Spirit of Cairns dinner cruise, a perfect finale to your day in paradise.

Enjoy a pre-dinner drink to set the tone for your evening as you sip your beverage, take a leisurely stroll along the interior or exterior decks. Your voyage navigates through the heart of Trinity Inlet, offering panoramic vistas of Cairns' waterfront precinct from the Cruise Liner Terminal to the Esplanade.

Indulge in a lavish buffet spread featuring an array of hot and cold dishes, fresh local seafood, and local delicacies.

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Sit back, relax and enjoy the 40-minute scenic coastal drive aboard your comfortable coach to Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures with interesting commentary from our driver along the way. Once you arrive, you will have plenty of time to explore this fantastic wildlife park.

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Return to the Mossman Gorge Centre for a delicious lunch at the Mayi Café.

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