Red Mill House in Daintree
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Travel Blogs from Daintree
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 …
... the ground underfoot was damp red soil. We had lunch there. We then headed for the ferry across the Daintree river. Just before we got there we saw a Ulysses butterfly. We turned around and stopped and saw it again a couple of times but were unable to get a photograph. The trip across the Daintree river on the Ferry was similar to the Jardine River crossing only this ferry is newer, bigger and not piloted by ...
... Mareeba was a major tobacco growing area in the second part of last century. It has all but disappeared now. Visited the Coffee works which sells local coffee amongst other things. Use to the weak coffee everywhere we ordered double shots. A mistake as the coffee was really strong. Even so best coffee we have tasted in a few weeks. Real crema top rather than the ...
... QLD crowd I knew NSW had been defeated again) as us girls got talking and before we knew it, it was midnight. The bar was lovely, great atmosphere with an attached woodfired pizza restaurant (similar to that which will be built at Punsand). We had cooked for ourselves during our stay but we heard the pizzas were beautiful (the menu included a crocodile strips pizza). We headed to bed ready to pack up in the morning and head to Port Douglas for 3 nights.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking