Lagardère Icons shows best of Tropical North Queensland at Cairns Airport

By Luke Barras-hill |

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Icon Cairns is said to deliver a sense of place for Tropical North Queensland.

Lagardère Travel Retail has unveiled its latest Icons store at the domestic terminal of Cairns Airport.

The shop showcases a variety of Tropical North Queensland produce and gifting items from Hemingway’s Brewery, Mt Uncle Distillery, Wolf Lane Distillery, FNQ Spirits, Gallo Dairyland, Baked on Red Hill and more.

Visitors can peruse from a selection of craft beers, for sampling on tap or gifting, gourmet food and gifts such as boutique wine and liquor, local bakery goods, cheese and cold cuts, jams, honeys, sweets, nuts, teas and coffees.They can also partake in in-store tasting and dining experiences.

Przemek Lesniak, CEO, Lagardère Travel Retail Pacific said: “Icons Cairns truly delivers a sense of place for Tropical North Queensland. I’m proud of how our team has worked to build this concept in partnership with the local community and Cairns Airport to give local vendors exposure.”

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Lagardère Travel Retail runs 12 stores across the international and domestic Terminals at Cairns Airport through the following fascias: Relay, Discover Tropical North Queensland, Discover Dreamtime, Aelia Duty Free, Purely Merino, Australian Made, Relay/Kikki K, Tech2Go and Eye Love.

A new Kaboom/Lego store is due to open soon.

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