The Cairns ECOfiesta 2019 will be celebrating the natural environment and sustainable living in Tropical North Queensland.
ECOfiesta is where you can immerse yourself in a day of stellar performances, hands-on workshops and a massive expo of green-tech and sustainable living solutions. With a dedicated children’s program, local street eats, ecotourism prizes and new connections to your community the Cairns ECOfiesta is set to help you celebrate today and inspire tomorrow.
Date: Sunday 2 June 2019
Location: Cairns Cruise Liner Terminal
More information on Tropical North Queensland's website HERE.
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Ironman Cairns Triathlon
Cairns Airport IRONMAN Asia-Pacific Championship Cairns is situated at the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and boasts a stunning backdrop that will take your breath away.
Over it's seven year history the event has become known as the IRONMAN in Paradise, boasting an experience that extends past the race day excitement. Hosted in Tropical North Queensland athletes and their support crew have easy access to the Great Barrier Reef, the Daintree Rainforest and the tropical island surrounds.
With arguably the most spectacular bike course in the world, competitors race up the Captain Cook Highway hugging the coastline from Cairns to Port Douglas. From reef to World Heritage listed rainforest, and a run along the stunning Cairns boardwalk, the race finishes in the heart of the city. This race has become a ‘must-do’ on the IRONMAN circuit, and there is every reason to believe the hype
Experience the vibrant Indigenous cultures of Queensland. Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) is a unique event which celebrates Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Culture, featuring an art fair, art market, craft, workshops, and cultural performances.
In 2019, CIAF will be held from Friday 12 to Sunday 14 July with opening night on Thursday 11 July.
Don't miss out on the impressive three-day program of art, dance, talks and workshops held at the Cairns Cruise Liner Terminal, just a few minutes walk along the esplanade from Cairns Harbour Lights hotel.
Linda Jackson AO is a leading fashion designer. Forty years ago she shaped and defined contemporary Australian fashion based on an eclectic mix of influences from India, Africa, and Asia.
Linda Jackson: Tropical Design brings together exquisite and rarely seen textile designs from Jackson’s private collection. Working closely with Gallery Curator, Julietta Park, the exhibition presents the full range of her textile designs relating to the countries she visited within the world’s tropic zone, including those inspired by her many years visiting and living in north Queensland.