Cairns Hot Air Ballooning over the beautiful Cairns Tablelands

hot air ballooning
Hot Air ballooning

Spend the day gently gliding above Cairns and the Atherton Tablelands.  A hot air ballooning experience is a ‘must do’ during your trip to Cairns.

Cairns Hot Air Ballooning – A One of a Kind Experience in the Sky Above

Most people visit Cairns for the experience below the surface of the water on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

The reef is a truly magical experience but a trip to Cairns has so much more on offer in the surrounding regions.

A hot air balloon ride is one such experience with several options available to suit your budget and preferences.

Our hot air ballooning experiences will leave you breathless as you gently glide above Cairns and Atherton Tablelands.  Starting at dawn, you will witness the sun rise and wake the city and its surrounds.


Tour Options to Suit Your Holiday

Select from several tour options to fit in with your holiday plans.

If you are already planning on visiting the renowned Green Island, why not couple the experience with a hot air balloon ride?

A five hour tour starts with a dawn hot air balloon ride over the Atherton Tablelands before a transfer and catamaran trip out to Green Island where you can spend four hours of your time at your leisure before heading back to the mainland.

Or you can experience the sky above Cairns in first class style.  From the luxury limousine transfers to the gourmet breakfast with sparkling wine, the luxury hot air balloon tour ensures you are pampered from start to finish.

Better yet, why not bundle the luxury hot air balloon ride with the Best of Cairns three day tour?

Over three days you will experience the first class treatment visiting the best attractions Cairns has to offer:

  • The Great Barrier Reef with Reef Experience “Top Deck Club”
  • Ultimate Kuranda railway with Skyrail “Gold Class”
  • Hot Air Balloon “Luxury” tour.

Whichever option you select, be sure to have your camera ready to capture images of the picturesque landscapes that surround Cairns.