The Epiphyte Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... one of the best museums around northern Queensland. It covered everything. A good couple of hours spent here including having lunch. We had originally thought we would stay in Mareeba at the Rodeo park but as it was still early we moved on with MT Carbine in mind. We had heard there is a nice caravan park there. There is and we stayed. All settled down by 1530 which was the time Rob the park owner gave a talk on the area. ...
... so the roads were mostly uphill and windy. We pulled in at a lookout point and as we drove round the corner a woman jumped up so fast from crouching on the ground and was messing with her skirt looking really suspicious, we realised she'd been having a wee and saw us coming and panicked lol it was quite entertaining watching her try to sct normal like she had just been checking out the scenery haha! All the way through the forest is an area ...
... a couple hours seeing many water birds, koalas, snakes, crocodiles, turtles and an assortment of other animals, we fueled up and drove through Ayr, finally stopping late in the day at the Wangaratta At the Beach caravan park at Bowen. Yep, we r a long way from home but had to stay at this place !! Nice town Bowen, although locals say it's going backwards because the council and the mayor who is also responsible for Airlie Beach and other areas has been putting all efforts ...
... down on the platform it's so calm and beautiful - colorful fish are swimming by - you can't look everywhere fast enough. They bring up some items for you to feel - coral, conch shell, blue starfish and a sea cucumber and then the feeding frenzy begins - pretty exciting. It was a fantastic experience! After some very tasty lunch, we went down in a semi-submersible sub and had the chance to view some of the reef in a different way. We saw a sea ...
... too rushed, and Garry and I and another dive pair had been split up, making buddy checks a bit difficult, initially but this was changed very quickly. When we started to dive it was obvious that our guide was not that experienced at guiding and was being guided himself by the groups tail end charlie. Then 2 of the divers took it in turns to go to the surface - not that experienced then! Nightmare for the guide and a bit frustrating for ...