Red Mill House in Daintree

Address: 11 Stewart Street, Daintree, Queensland, 4873, Australia | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on 11 Stewart Street, Daintree, is near Dan Irby's Mangrove Adventures, Daintree River Cruise, Daintree National Park, and Tranquility Tours.
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      Day 23

      A travel blog entry by dave-michelle on Jul 30, 2009

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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 …

      Day 22

      A travel blog entry by dave-michelle on Jul 29, 2009

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      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 …

      Moved to Crocodylus

      A travel blog entry by codie on Dec 12, 2014

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      ... mud skippers. They are fish that take a gulp of water and go and hop around on the sand.
      The boat set off to see if there were any crocs about, they guid said the people the day before had seen a large female and the people the day before had seen nothing, so it was 50/50 whether we would or not. Got to see a few different birds along the way, and plenty of mangrove trees. They suck up the sale water and filter it out to freshwater as ...

      To Koala

      A travel blog entry by codie on Dec 11, 2014

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      ... to ask him, but he said there aren’t any and we should keep our valuables in the car… wasn’t great. We only put our big rucksacks in the room, just to lighten the car a bit. We went to go and make some food in the kitchen, other people were making some food (the only other people), so we checked what we had. The plan was spaghetti on toast. The bread was mouldy, so we settled for fruit. Went and played a game of pool. Ari ...

      Great Barrier Reef

      A travel blog entry by kylie_jenkin on Nov 22, 2014

      ... fish had been quite shy and hidden when you swam by. Not the case here! There were hundreds of fish and brightly coloured coral all around us, including a massive Maori Wras fish about the same size as me! We snorkelled for about an hour before moving on to two more sites during the day with cakes and snacks after each swim to keep us going. At one site we did a snorkel tour with ...