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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... but also quite uncomfortable if you're like us and have a dislike of creatures which are creepy or crawly... It was quite a cool place though, the whole way round the animals are, with the exception of crocs and snakes, just free to roam and you walk amongst them - it's nice! We reached the area called the grasslands, where we fed some wallabies and then met the coolest kangaroo in the world. He loved the selfies but his face didn't show it, he was a picture of cool nonchalance - I ...
... the rustling in the leaves. A bit later Peter spotted a wild turkey with a big bushy tail walking toward us on the trail. The bird was not afraid of us and only sauntered off the trail when he was a couple of feet from us.
After the circuit trail we took the lookout trail back to the bus stop. It was an interesting day but we were hungry. On the way home, we stopped in Port Douglas to pick up 2 Mockie's Seafood ...
From Cloncurry....wonder if it's known locally as The Curry? Anyway from here north was pretty uneventful, thank God!
We were off to Karumba, supposed great sunsets and on the Gulf of Carpentaria. There is only one place between Cloncurry and Normanton so we stopped at The Burke and Wills Roadhouse to refuel the car with diesel and ourselves with coffee...now Burke and Wills trekked all the way from Melbourne to this place and then north to the Gulf of Carpentaria ...
Up and go this morning so that we headed into Mossmon Gorge early. Arrived at the road to discover a huge new Information centre/ Cafe etc with flash buses to drive you in and out; plus an Entrance fee now as ...
... brown casque on its head. The cassowary has very strong legs with stubby, powerful nails on its three-toed feet. The chicks are brown and have black and white stripes that help them blend in with the rainforest. A cassowary's favourite fruit is the cassowary plum, but it is very poisonous for humans and other animals.
Cassowaries can be very dangerous, because they have a very strong kick and ...