Port Douglas B&B Four Mile Beach
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... Captain Cook highway along the coast before turning off to head inland a little to the gorge. While on the road, I fell a bit in love with this part of the world. We got parked up and then took a shuttle bus up to the gorge entrance, where we then walked into the forest for a while to reach the swimming spot. The forest was impressive - dense and lush, unlike any we'd been in before. The path became a boardwalk up in the trees, offering lovely views before heading down to the ...
... from Italy on our way out of Port Douglas. He was heading north, & we were heading south, so we dropped him close to the highway. We stopped near a river at Craiglie on our way back to Cairns. Mark from the guitar shop told us of a local spot where crocodiles can be spotted at low tide. Unfortunately it wasn't low tide so we didn't see any crocs...although I did see a bit of a commotion in the water along the rivers edge. Dinner was at a tirkish restaurant in the centre of ...
... Cape tribulation is part of the Daintree national park so we stayed the night in Daintree village and went crocodile spotting up the Daintree river.They are fairly easy to spot. We were told that if you fell In the most dangerous thing would be the packs of bull sharks that would rip you apart. Nice cruise up a really nice tranquil river though just like the Dee in ...
... a drive up to the town of Daintree then followed the river upstream to the start of the Crebb Track. Unfortunately it was closed due to damage from a cyclone. We boarded the ferry barge that takes you across the river to the Daintree NP. We explored the coast line and rainforest up to Cape Tribulation were Captain Cook ran aground.
The following day we took a drive down to Port Douglas through the cane country of Miallo. We stopped off and looked ...
... time and they put on a good spread of salads and seafood and some hot dishes s well. After lunch I changed and went snorkelling while T went in the 'boat again. The water was much warmer here and I didn't need a wet suit. The crew kept plugging wet suit and stinger suit hire but I resisted.as all those who went into the water on arrival were now at lunch it was quite peaceful and as it was high tide I could swim over the reef which I hadn't done before. The corals ...