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The Studio is situated in one of Cairns oldest suburbs "Stratford". The property is set on an acre of land over looking 27 acres of Rainforest with a seasonal creek. ...
Well presented granny flat for rent in a large home quiet location near the Barron gorge Private entrance Car park Large living area 1 bedroom Fully self contained with kitchen and...
This place is spacious, conveniently located beautiful house near Botanical Gardens and Edge Hill hub. Right next to the cafes and restaurants. Access to CBD and Northern beaches. ...
Need a reliable, female room mate. Internet and air con included in the 150 a week rent. House is nice, have 2 guard dogs. Am a smoker. Am a drinker ...
Ensuite bathroom, A/C Bedrooms, keylock on bedroom doors, Queen bed. Large cupboard in rooms. House is cool and quiet with views of city and mountains. BBQ on deck, pool also on ...
New Cairns Flatmates
Nick - 39
Hi, I'm a 39 year old professional relocating permanently to Cairns for work in mid-December. I would describe myself as positive, friendly, reasonably switched on, easy going, p...
Demika mitchell - 0
My name is Demika I'm a 21yr old traveller accompanied by my best friend, we are looking for somewhere to stay in cairns over the new year, not to far from the main town. This is o...
Alison - 24
I'm looking for a double room for couple. The best location is in cairns city and surrounding area and weekly rent budget is from $150-250....
Tommy - 31
Hey thanks for checking out my ad :) I'm Tommy and I need a place to call home short term, Im looking to be relatively close to the city but not a neccessity. I am employed and wo...
Stewart - 45
Working male looking to share.Very clean and tidy and respectful.Easy going and does not mind to cook....
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Share accommodation in Cairns
Located in the very far north of Queensland, Cairns is relatively small city with a population of just over 150,000. The city has grown in size thanks to its role as a major port and rail junction which serves the surrounding area as the main hub for the export of sugar, agricultural products and met-als.
Despite its remote location, (2,700 km from Sydney and 1,700 km from Brisbane), Cairns attracts thousands of visitors every year. This is mostly down to its tropical climate and for its access to the far north of Queensland, making it the gateway for tourists wishing to visit the world heritage-listed rainforest and the globally-renowned Great Barrier Reef.
Cairns connects to the rest of Australia and beyond through well-established road, rail, bus and air networks. In the city itself, the public transportation network is provided by a city-wide bus service which also serves the immediate outlying areas.
Cairns’ relatively small student population generally live in Cairns City itself or slightly further afield into the outlying suburbs such as Manunda, Westcourt, Smithfield and Earlville.
Professionals looking for room shares in slightly quieter and more upmarket locations, converge on areas including Holloways Beach, Trinity Park, Clifton Beach and share accommodation in Mooroobool.
The facts and figures
- Average monthly room rental: $650
- Average time to find a room: 37 days
- Average time to let a room: 59 days
- Professionals renting rooms: 63%
- Students renting rooms: 37%