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One free day in Cairns: what to do?

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I will be on a Monograms tour of Australia in October. This is the first tour I have not planned exclusively but there were several (not important) reasons for our choice.

It is a jam-packed itinerary, but we will have three completely free days: Sydney, Melbourne and Cairns. I have Sydney and Melbourne planned , but at a loss for the other.

The tour includes a half-day trip to the Reef, with option of extending to a full day. We will not have a car.

Any suggestions of competent tour operators, places to visit, etc. We are seniors but still working and in good health.

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