Location

Pullman Palm Cove Sea Temple Resort & Spa
5 Triton Street
Palm Cove, Australia 4879

Palm Cove attractions and activities

Located directly on the beach in Palm Cove, Pullman Palm Cove Sea Temple Resort & Spa offers the ideal gateway for experiencing the exhilarating attractions, activities and things to do in Tropical North Queensland.

When planning your holiday activities, the Pullman Palm Cove Resort concierge and tour booking desk are available to recommend and arrange guided tours, activities and self-drive tours. Our team can also assist you with reservations and transfers.

During your stay at Pullman Palm Cove Sea Temple Resort & Spa, you may like to explore the following points of interest.

  • The Great Barrier Reef

    The Great Barrier Reef is one…
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    The Great Barrier Reef

  • Atherton Tablelands

    For self-drivers, the Atherton…
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    Atherton Tablelands

  • Millaa Millaa Falls

    Nestled amidst a lush rainforest…
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    Millaa Millaa Falls

  • Kuranda Village

    Designated a World Heritage Site,…
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    Kuranda Village

  • Port Douglas & Mossman Gorge

    Head thirty minutes up the stunning…
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    Port Douglas & Mossman Gorge

  • Whitewater Rafting

    For active adventurers, why not…
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    Whitewater Rafting

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The Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is one of the main reasons people choose to go on holiday in Tropical North Queensland. There are diverse ways in which you can explore the reef, including by sailboat, catamaran, jet sprinter and helicopter. Those who aren’t confident in the water are also able to explore the reef thanks to Seawalker.

Atherton Tablelands

For self-drivers, the Atherton Tablelands are a unique and surprising addition to your Tropical North Queensland holiday. Rolling green hills, waterfalls, and somewhat cooler in temperature than the coast, the Tablelands are markedly different in flora & fauna and provide a wealth of discoveries.

Millaa Millaa Falls

Nestled amidst a lush rainforest landscape, these stunning falls flow into a crystal clear pool below, practically inviting you to take the plunge into the cool water. The areas around the falls feature hiking trails and picnic areas.

Kuranda Village

Designated a World Heritage Site, this picturesque mountain region features river cruises, cable car gondola rides, heritage markets, a historic railway tour and the Australia Venom Zoo, which is home to five of Australia’s deadliest snakes. While visiting you’re sure to encounter koalas, butterflies, native and exotic birds, kangaroos, reptiles and a massive life-size replica of a pre-historic Allosaurus Dinosaur.

Port Douglas & Mossman Gorge

Head thirty minutes up the stunning Captain Cook Highway, one of the best ocean roads in the world, to reach the small beachside village of Port Douglas – the iconic ‘town that Skase built’.

Just fifteen minutes further north, in the southern part of the Daintree Rainforest is Mossman Gorge. This beautiful natural gorge and waterfall is one of the few places in Australia run by indigenous people. Tours and experiences offer visitors the opportunity to gain an insight into the lives, culture and beliefs of Australia’s Indigenous population and their connection to the natural environment.

Whitewater Rafting

For active adventurers, why not try whitewater rafting on the Barron Gorge, River Tubing or Kayaking in Babinda?