Wait a While in the Daintree
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... I know from the west.
These ( females ) are about 150mm across and with a long body about 35mm long whereas the males are no bigger than the head of a match..
We did our usual and sat out on the deck and had wine, cheese and crackers as the sun went down and the forest animals and insects started up their night time chorus.
... It is lined with huge, lush trees and especially as you travel really close to the coast, many virtually deserted sandy beaches. There are many creeks, and although there nowhere near the flooding level today, the depth marks at each indicate they can and do flood. Another potential obstacle is that wild cassowaries live here, and there are several stretches of road with really low speed limits in case they want to cross. ...
There was plenty of shade on the walk but the humidity was making us sweat like mad.
The trees in there were cool.
Once we got back from that walk we went for another drive further along the road. Stopped for a look at a few places. Saw a butterfly place, but we’ve already seen so many butterflies.
Turned around and headed back. Went to another boardwalk that we’d missed. This one was a bit better, in footing that is. There were lots ...
... which is just north of Port Douglas. There is a bus that will take you from the visitor centre to the Gorge, but we decided to keep the $16 in our pockets and walk the 2 km. It was a hot day and the first part of the road doesn't have any shade so we were pretty warm by the time we got there. We walked along a series of elevated boardwalks to a lookout of the river. It was a beautiful setting... lush rainforest surrounds ...
... Another great Henderson tour north over the river Daintree to a rainforest discovery centre and on to Cape Tribulation. Have eaten like kings. Local seafood is superb and the range of tropical fruits is extraordinary. Australian wines and beer pretty good too. Day of rest today by the pool and in the shade before heading back to Cairns in the morning (17th), then flying to Darwin in the ...