Cairns ~ Australia

Cairns is the most popular departure point to the Great Barrier Reef. Originally this city belonged to the native Gimuy Walubara Yidinji people then later named after the governer of Queensland, William Cairns in the late 1800s. The aboriginal tribe still hold the native title rights to the land. Outside of the cultural history, it’s a beautiful beach town with sweeping views of the ocean all around. The biggest bats in the world live here.  They are spectacled flying foxes.  This batRead more