Mossman Gorge Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Mossman
... was a bit scared of the slides until I took him down with me a few times and before we knew it he was addicted to the fastest one and going ...
... bus. Here we were given some free time to wander around and take pictures, and, if we wanted, take a dip in the gorge. Of course I was game. Once we'd had a quick walk, I made my way into the gorge and discovered just how cold gorges apparently get. Which is cold. It was sort of strange though - once I was in, it felt fine. I swam around a bit and then sat up on one of the boulders in the river. This took some effort. The majority of the rock was ...
... use clays to paint and had many interesting anecdotes. The Gorge is a beautiful area with a very fast flowing and crystal clear river running through it. We drove onto the Daintree National Park which involved crossing the Daintree river by car ferry - we saw a medium size crocodile sitting on the banks. The Daintree Discovery centre was excellent - an overwhelming amount of information but ...
... a beach front restaurant at Trinity Beach.
We also spent a day exploring Lake placid which is located at the base of the Barron Gorge just north/west of the Cairns CBD, it is a large natural lake formed by the Barron River. Venturing up the mountain we trekked a 3.5 km to Barron Gorge. Board walks are build into the rain forest with many lookouts, the scenery is amazing and although it was a hot humid day under the canopy of the ...
... only two cash machines in the area both out of order, we turned back and drove further inland, taking a different route back South to see what else was there to see. We eventually reached an area called the Atherton Tablelands, which was stunning. We literally just drove through it because it had become a bit late by this point to actually stop off anywhere, but even so, the road was spectacular and so was the area - it's awesome! Very dry and dusty, I stopped to take a picture of a ...