Red Mill House in Daintree
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Whilst it rained on and off most of the day we still got everything we wanted to do done. We started at Wild Wings and Swampy Things which is a large area of land which is being revegitated into a natural rainforest.
From there we went into town (6 shops including 3 restaurants) and went on a lunch cruise and then back for lunch. After …
We left Kingfisher Park a tad late as funnily enough Michelle had to talk to everyone before we left and as they are all birdwatchers it took quite a while. Before heading to the Daintree we ducked back into Mt Molloy to show a couple of Americans (bonza blokes) where to find the bower birds bowers. As it was still a bit early to get to Red Mill …
... s side would smear little Rodney with the grandfather's sweat to protect him from whatever evil may be lurking by deceiving the evil doers into thinking the little kid was the grandfather, someone with whom you did not trifle. Needless to say, little Rodney's father was not impressed with the sweat smearing but respected his wife's aboriginal culture and went along with it.
The walk meandered through the rainforest and with personalized explanations of ...
... yes, that is a current theory). Take a look at photo Ed took of me posing by a cassowary life size model to get an idea of just how intimidatingly large they are. Cassowaries feed mainly on fruit, although all species are omnivorous. About 150 species of trees depend on cassowaries for seed dispersal. Some seeds have a greatly improved germination rate once they pass through the bird (seed coat is digested away and finds itself in a steaming pile of fertilizer, perfect ...
... of you because it's a night walk. We were given torches to use to see the animals and in the end it was actually alright. James Cameron the director of Avatar actually got his inspiration from the Daintree. All the trees in the film, animal nosies etc is what he heard and saw in the rainforest. The coolest part was when the tour guide made is turn our lights off and she dipped this piece of wood into the water, and after a couple of minutes it started glowing, was way ...