Rainforest Hideaway

Lot 19 Camelot Close , Cape Tribulation, Queensland, 4873, Australia | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Cape Tribulation

40. Cape Wet

A travel blog entry by raycoleman


This place is pretty mad. Kind of cut off with the rest of Queensland. Lucky we had the car, no idea how we would have got here without it. You have to get a car ferry over a river to get the headland which has crocodiles in it! Madness.

There's not really a village or town to here. Kind of a few places dotted along the road so it took …

Where Are All The Cassowaries?

A travel blog entry by peteandliz


We've been badly let down by television. We landed in Australia two days ago (Tuesday 6 March) and there was not a single kangaroo to greet us as we descended the steps of the plane at Cairns airport! We thought kangaroos were everywhere in Australia.

For the next four weeks whilst we are in Australia we are leaving behind the backpacker …

Breakfast with cassowaries

A travel blog entry by fyrelizard

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Upon my return to Cairns, I rendez-voused with Rick, who was bombarded by my tales of turtles, sharks and the other denizens of the deep. The next day we set off in our hire car, farther north to the rainforest. Our first stop was at Mossman Gorge, an area apparently famous for is river and swimming holes, and large numbers of electric blue Ulysses …

Cape Trib and Daintree 4/7/14-7/7/14

A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris


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The next day we left while hunting for cassowaries and crocs... we didn't see either. Chris had been dreaming of Jaxon the dog (literally) the whole time we were away so we had to get back in good time so they could be reunited. It was definitely worth taking the trip up north (to the most northerly part of Oz that we're likely to go to) and see this beautiful piece of the world.

Where the forest meets the sea.

A travel blog entry by janconley


What fabulous day we had in the Daintree National Park. We traveled through Mossman and onto the vehicle ferry to cross the Daintree River. Then through the forest, sometimes with the rainforest on both sides but only a couple of metres from the sea. We climbed and descended with the forest forming a canopy over us.

At Cape Tribulation we walked the boardwalk over the mangroves to the sea then walked the beach. It ...

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