Aero-Tropics Air Services is an airline based in Queensland in Australia and providing scheduled and charter services in the Cairns, Horn Island and Torres Strait areas. It has been operating charters since 1997 and scheduled services since 2000. It has grown from one Partenavia aircraft used for charter work to a fleet of 15 aircraft. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aero-Tropics Air Services"
The Atherton Tableland is part of the Great Dividing Range in Queensland, Australia. It is inland from Cairns, well into the tropics, but its elevated position provides a climate suitable for dairy farming. ...more on Wikipedia about "Atherton Tableland"
Atherton is the hub of the Atherton Tableland region in Queensland, Australia, located at , 752 m above sea level. Its population is approximately 5,800 persons. The climate is tropical. Atherton was named after one of its founders, John Atherton, and it became a town on February 23 1886. Built on the side of an extinct volcano it is surrounded by several small hills known as the Seven Sisters. These volcanic mountains as well as the crystal caves, attract tourists. ...more on Wikipedia about "Atherton, Queensland"
Barron Gorge is a national park in Queensland ( Australia), 1404 km northwest of Brisbane. ...more on Wikipedia about "Barron Gorge National Park"
The Barron River is located on the Atherton Tableland inland from Cairns in Northern Queensland, Australia. It is dammed to form Lake Tinaroo, the main water supply of the region. The Barron Falls, a waterfall 230 metres high, that has had much of its water diverted to generate electricity, is located on the river. The Aboriginal name for the Barron was Bibhoora. ...more on Wikipedia about "Barron River, Queensland"
Bentley Park College is a coeducational state run school located in Edmonton, Queensland, Australia. The school educations students from preschool to 12th grade and first opened in 1997. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bentley Park College"
Bentley Park is a suburb of Cairns which is located approximately 9km south of the Cairns CBD (Central Business District) ...more on Wikipedia about "Bentley Park, Queensland"
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Black Mountain is a national park in Queensland ( Australia), 1539 km northwest of Brisbane. ...more on Wikipedia about "Black Mountain National Park"
Robert Carl "Bob" Katter (born 22 May 1945), is an Australian politician. He has served as a member of the Australian House of Representatives since March 1993, representing the Division of Kennedy, Queensland. Until 2001 he represented the National Party of Australia, but left the party that year and continued to hold the seat as an independent. He was born in Cloncurry, Queensland, the son of Bob Katter, Sr., who was MP for Kennedy 1966- 90. He was an investor in cattle and mining interests before entering politics. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bob Katter"
The Bouncing Stones Site or beach is in the Daintree National Park in the far north of Queensland, Australia. The site is sacred to the Kuku Yalanji Aboriginals of the area and was an area where the women of the tribe discussed their secret women's business. The site takes its name because stones can be bounced off one another in a similar fashion to bouncing balls. People who take stones from the beach are supposedly cursed. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bouncing stones"
Bulleringa is a national park in Queensland ( Australia), 1448 km northwest of Brisbane. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bulleringa National Park"
Cairns Christian College is a private interdenominational School located in Cairns, Far North Queensland, Australia. It is a co-educational school with all grades from Transition to Year 12. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cairns Christian College"
Cairns International Airport is an Australian domestic and international airport in Cairns, Queensland, Australia. It is operated by the Cairns Port Authority. The airport is located 7 km north of the Cairns CBD in the suburb of Aeroglen. The airport lies between Mount Whitfield on the west and Trinity Bay on the east. It is situated on reclaimed land - the airport site was originally a mangrove swamp. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cairns International Airport"
Cairns Port Authority (CPA) is a statutory Queensland Government Corporation responsible for the operation of Cairns International Airport and the Cairns Seaport. The Authority is also responsible for the Cairns Marlin Marina and the Cityport project. The Airport, Seaport and Cityport comprise the authority’s three business units. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cairns Port Authority"
Cairns State High School is a public state school located near the centre of Cairns, North Queensland, Australia. The school caters for grades 8 though to 12 and currently has over 1400 students in attendance. Founded in 1917, it is the oldest High School in Cairns. The school motto is 'Vincit Qui Se Vincit' One Who Conquers Oneself Conquers All and its current principal is Mr Trevor Gordon. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cairns State High School"
The Cairns Taipans are a professional basketball team competing in Australia's National Basketball League. The club is based in the northern Queensland city of Cairns. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cairns Taipans"
Cairns West State School is located on Hoare Street, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. It caters for students from preschool through to Year 7. They also have a Deaf Unit attached to the school where access to specialist teachers is available. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cairns West State School"
Cairns is a regional city and Local Government Area located in Queensland, Australia. Originally settled to serve as a port for exporting gold and other precious metals from mines west of the city, it later became a center for the crushing and exporting of sugar. The city is rapidly expanding, with an approximate population of 140,347, and is reliant on the sugar and tourism industry. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cairns, Queensland"
Cape Melville is a national park in Queensland ( Australia), 1711 km northwest of Brisbane. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cape Melville National Park"
Cape Tribulation is a headland and locality in northern Queensland, Australia 110km north of Cairns. It is located within the Daintree National Park and the Wet Tropics World Heritage area. The locality contains a small number of tourism resorts and backpacker hostels. A partially sealed road provides access to the area from the south via the Daintree River ferry. An unsealed road continues north to the Bloomfield River, Wujal Wujal and Cooktown. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cape Tribulation"
The Cape York Institute for Policy and Leadership is a public policy organisation formed in partnership between the people of Cape York, Griffith University, and Federal and Queensland Governments. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cape York Institute for Policy and Leadership"
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:This article is about the peninsula located in the Australian state of Queensland; it should not be confused with either Yorke Peninsula, in South Australia, or Cape York, Greenland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cape York Peninsula"
Captain Cook Highway is a short highway that starts in Cairns and ends in Daintree more than 150km away. ...more on Wikipedia about "Captain Cook Highway"
Cazaly's Stadium, also known as Bundaberg Rum Stadium, is a sports ground in Cairns, Australia ...more on Wikipedia about "Cazaly's Stadium"
Cedar Bay is a national park in Queensland ( Australia), 1522 km northwest of Brisbane, and just to the south of Cooktown. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cedar Bay National Park"
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