Cairns Esplanade is a tropical main street that stretches along the coast facing Trinity Bay in the center of Cairns. The 3-kilometer-long promenade is surrounded by a beautiful park with palm trees and grassy lawns, and a playground popular with children. It is always a lively place for relaxation, with locals enjoying jogging and barbecues, and tourists taking a leisurely stroll while enjoying the open scenery.
Cairns, a flourishing city on the east coast of Australia in northern Queensland, is the gateway to two World Natural Heritage sites: the Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest coral reef area, and the world's oldest tropical rainforest. The city has a laid-back atmosphere with palm trees lining the seafront, and in addition to fashionable hotels and restaurants, there are many attractive spots such as a zoo where you can hold koalas and a market with a wide variety of souvenirs.