Find Flynn on the Cairns Coast
Flynn loves to show off. Flaunting exquisite glass swimming pools facing the Esplanade, three levels of dynamic bars and eateries, an Eléme Day Spa and loads of entertainment. A stay with Flynn is a truly stimulating experience.
Stay with Flynn and enjoy coastal Cairns, just steps from the Esplanade Boardwalk. Dive into crystal clear blue waters and explore the Great Barrier Reef, or spend the day lying on the beach, mojito in hand.
Where is Flynn?
Find our hotel in Cairns using the map below, and give us a shout if you get lost.
What’s near Flynn?
The Great Barrier Reef
Affectionately known as the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns is a popular tourist destination for those traveling to Far North Queensland to discover the magical wildlife and eco systems found in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.
Home to some incredible species of manta rays and some of the ocean's most threatened species - including six different species of turtles - the Great Barrier Reef is a bucket-list experience like no other. As a Great Barrier Reef hotel, Flynn's close proximity to the reef makes it an ideal home-away-from-home for those wishing to explore under the sea and the surrounds; hopefully leaving with a great appreciation for the incredible reef and the vital role it plays in our world's eco-system.
Situated along the Cairns Esplanade, Flynn’s backyard is a hive of activity from dusk to dawn. Whether looking to take a romantic sunset stroll along the promenade or join in one of the many Cairns Regional Council activities on offer – Zumba, anyone – Flynn’s central location means you are never far from the action. Flynn is also just a hop, skip and a jump from the iconic Cairns Esplanade Swimming Lagoon, which is the perfect spot to soak up the sun and soak in the bustling metropolitan atmosphere. BBQ facilities and restrooms are dotted along the esplanade and are easily accessible for all.
Explore the magical underworld of the deep blue at one of Cairns’ most visited attractions, Cairns Aquarium. Boasting more than 16,000 animals, including some of the world’s most fascinating, elusive and deadly creatures under the sea, you’ll leave with a whole new appreciation for the biodiversity of the ocean; and hopefully as a life-long warrior for the protection of the Great Barrier Reef. Cairns Aquarium also has an onsite café and restaurant, Dundees at the Cairns Aquarium. It’s the perfect teaser to a day on the Reef.
Island hopping is a favourite pastime for both locals and tourists alike. Located 45 minutes from Cairns, Fitzroy Island is a fan-favourite and not least for being dubbed the best beach in Australia. In addition to its white sand and azure water for days, Fitzroy nails the activity list - double kayak tours, a massive ocean trampoline, glass-bottom boat trips, scenic hikes to rainforest peaks. Accommodation is available, but day trippers are most welcome.