Travel Blogs from Daintree Region, Australia

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Boardwalks, Mangroven aber keine Krokos, Daintree Region, Australia travel blog

Boardwalks, Mangroven aber keine Krokos

A travel blog entry by bianca_julian

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... mit einer Veranda mit Blick auf Palmen und Wiese und bot auch ein Swimming-Hole an (also eine sichere Bademöglichkeit, was in Daintree Seltenheitswert hat). Wir sassen also nach dem Kaffee eine Weile dort am Wasser, Füsse im kalten Nass und genossen die ...

Creb Track and Roaring Meg, Creb Track, Australia travel blog

Creb Track and Roaring Meg

A travel blog entry by chief44

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For something different we decided to go back to bloomfield via the Creb track it starts from the daintree and finishes at Wujal Wujal. We camped the night at Roaring Meg waterfall amazing all that water is on top of a mountain. Had another encounter with ...

Lawn Hill, Creb Track, Australia travel blog

Lawn Hill

A travel blog entry by chief44

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Have stopped in Lawn Hill for a couple of days it is very hot but fortunitly have a fantastic swimming hole to cool off in and almost croc free just some freshes. hired a canoe this morning and went for a paddle up the gorge. Going to Adels grove ...

Bloomfield, Creb Track, Australia travel blog

Bloomfield

A travel blog entry by chief44

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Our time at Bloomfield has finaly come to an end after 9 weeks. Glenn build Tony and Caroline a shed and i worked at Hayleys were i meet a great lady Fiona. We had some adventures while staying here some good and some not so good. Had a fantastic ...

Fishing, Bloomfield Qld, Australia travel blog

Fishing

A travel blog entry by chief44

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Went out on the boat today and did ok got 2 mackerel and one GT should be good for 3 feeds. Tony told us there is a five Metre crock up one of the creeks Glenn wanted to have a look at in our little tiny it would be twice the length of the boat no ...

Der Weg nach Norden -

Der Weg nach Norden - "Regen"- Wald

A travel blog entry by bianca_julian

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... aufhörte. Nach einer gefühlten Ewigkeit kamen wir zu Daintree-River also dem Fluss der durch eine Seil-Fähre den Nationalpark Daintree von der Aussenwelt trennt. Es waren kaum Autos mit uns auf der Fähre und die Überfahrt dauerte nur wenige Minuten. ...

Daintree National Park, Daintree Region, Australia travel blog

Daintree National Park

A travel blog entry by jacq7

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Next stop the beautiful Daintree Rainforest, Cape Tribulation and a slightly hairy and slow drive up the Bloomfield track. At one stage the 4wd was struggling to tow the camper trailer up a very steep incline, I would of walked up the hill ...

DAY 207 - PORT DOUGLAS TO WONGA BEACH - BOUNCE, Wonga Beach, Australia travel blog

DAY 207 - PORT DOUGLAS TO WONGA BEACH - BOUNCE

A travel blog entry by kangarog

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... as stunning as we thought the beaches would be along this stretch of coast. We have seen far better beaches in other parts of Australia. Next we drove down the road to Mossman and to the Mossman Gorge which is part of Daintree National Park. We parked up ...

DAY 208 - WONGA BEACH - LINGA LONGA, Wonga Beach, Australia travel blog

DAY 208 - WONGA BEACH - LINGA LONGA

A travel blog entry by kangarog

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We decided to linga a bit longa at Wonga and stayed another day here. It is lovely and quiet here and with the incredible sea view that we've got we couldn't resist staying here longer. It was so relaxing here just chilling out and watching/listening to ...

Great Barrier Reef to Daintree Rainforest, Cow Bay, Australia travel blog

Great Barrier Reef to Daintree Rainforest

A travel blog entry by lg-lifesgood

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... card number yet." We stood waiting long enough to read the laminated 8.5 x 11 sheet taped to the counter. "Warning: Daintree Crocodylus is an unfenced wilderness area. While on the property you may encounter various flora and fauna that can cause harm to ...

Cape Tribulation, Diwan, Australia travel blog

Cape Tribulation

A travel blog entry by jordanboys

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... with a rain forest walk from our caravan! Went to Jindalba rainforest boardwalk. Matt found some birds. Had a look at the Daintree River mouth from a lookout, then went Cape Kimberly not far from the river mouth. Next was Cow Bay beach, before lunch at ...

AWESOME FUN JUNGLE SURFING!!!, Daintree Region, Australia travel blog

AWESOME FUN JUNGLE SURFING!!!

A travel blog entry by moore4australia

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Here's our Jungle Surfing vid ... hope you enjoy it as much as we did doing it!!! ...

Maxwelton roadside stop, Maxwelton, Australia travel blog

Maxwelton roadside stop

A travel blog entry by thewestsholiday

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Today was a long day in the car, travelling around 600km and with the temp around 33 degrees, it was hot. The drive across from the three ways, heading east has been a constant solid headwind drive. And to then add the passing road trains, some with now ...

Quinkan - a magical experience, Lakeland, Australia travel blog

Quinkan - a magical experience

A travel blog entry by narravaners

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On the Search for Val's Crocodile!, Daintree Region, Australia travel blog

On the Search for Val's Crocodile!

A travel blog entry by emj2013

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... Forest. The rainforest, older than the Amazon, provided us with our last opportunity to make sure that Val didn't leave Australia without seeing a crocodile. So we headed out on Solar Whispers electric boat and Matt took us out to see crocodiles. On the ...

Bloomfield track and Daintree, Bloomfield, Australia travel blog

Bloomfield track and Daintree

A travel blog entry by narravaners

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... tropics again after all the dust. Stayed one night at Hayley's and another at Kimberley point. Experienced some time on a remote Daintree beach them like a wall of water ran into the tourist wave at Cape a tribulation. We are back in ...

Beautiful Coastline, Thornton Beach, Australia travel blog

Beautiful Coastline

A travel blog entry by steph.mikey1964

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... Cape Tribulation Camping ground, where we enjoyed wood fired pizza and a chat with other travellers, including a young woman called Vanessa who is a two time cancer survivor driving around Australia raising money for cancer research.  Very inspiring! ...

Ukeleles and Cassowaries, Cow Bay, Australia travel blog

Ukeleles and Cassowaries

A travel blog entry by ptd5

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... will be the most ukeleles ever crushed by a road roller in a day. You live in hope! You have to remember that Australia has never undergone that George Formby experience which has left such an uncomfortable legacy for the British ukelele community! After ...

Magnum, Lakeland, Australia travel blog

Magnum

A travel blog entry by stephenlupi

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No way! When Mel ate her Magnum ice cream driving from 1770 she had a 'you have won a free Magnum' stick that we cashed in for a freebie today at the roadhouse in Lakeland on the way to Cooktown. You guessed it, as Mel took the last lick and looked down ...

The Daintree Rain forest, Daintree Region, Australia travel blog

The Daintree Rain forest

A travel blog entry by moffatsoztrip

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  After finishing our school work as quickly as we all could, we caught the ferry across the Daintree River into the Daintier Rain forest National Park.  We drove from one great spot to the next and spent the whole day exploring this beautiful ...

Port Douglas to Wonga Beach, Wonga Beach, Australia travel blog

Port Douglas to Wonga Beach

A travel blog entry by lynne_n_tel

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... beach was glorious, a sign warned not to swim or go near the edge of the water due to crocodiles. It seemed to me that Australia had all these beautiful beaches but that we didn't seem to be able to find many where we could paddle or swim without taking ...

Cairns to Rossville. Lions Den Hotel. Via Cooktown, Rossville, Australia travel blog

Cairns to Rossville. Lions Den Hotel. Via Cooktown

A travel blog entry by tomanddanozadve

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Morning. Today we are going to visit Shayne Stevens at Rainforestation near Kuranda. This will be a visit to the park and to say hello to Shayne. Who I haven't seen since last year. From there we take the development road up to Rossville to the lions ...

The Daintree, Wonga Beach, Australia travel blog

The Daintree

A travel blog entry by cbrnomads

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... during WWII. This is very much part of the far north history and recognises those who came to our aide, not only from within Australia but also from abroad.   22 June 15 From Rocky Creek we headed up the Kennedy Highway to Mount Molloy. This is ...

Harley's camp, Degarra, Australia travel blog

Harley's camp

A travel blog entry by maritapoelstra

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Bloomfield .. Nice spot have decided to stay these few days .. 1st ... Trip to iga .. Then had lunch .and did some exploring to the Waterfall a the abo settlement Love.y spot .. Bit of a rocky walkbut a beautiful waterfall . Had Lunch down by the cues ...

Daintree National Park, Diwan, Australia travel blog

Daintree National Park

A travel blog entry by caz1947

... and a tour most people don't get to do. A very enjoyable tour, after which we headed our along the road before embarking on a Daintree River cruise. We were very fortunate to see several crocs. Lizzie, Dusty, and Scarface, a very old croc that has been in ...

Harley's camp, Degarra, Australia travel blog

Harley's camp

A travel blog entry by maritapoelstra

Went 30 ks down the Bloomfield track to camp . We were going on to cape trib .. But this place is a little oasis so decided to stay a couple of days . Nice beach down the road a klm . No swimming ..crocs ??? Nice day .. Cooked in camp kitchen . Des ...

Special moment, Daintree Region, Australia travel blog

Special moment

A travel blog entry by currantraveller

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As we arrived after having crossed on the Ferry over the Daintree River, we drove into Cape Kimberly to have a look at the campground we wanted to stay at, after no reply to my phone call we booked at Lync-Haven instead to be safe. Caught the care taker ...

We've been really busy today, Wonga Beach, Australia travel blog

We've been really busy today

A travel blog entry by matt_terry_173

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What a busy time we've had here at Wonga Beach, yesterday we went to Daintree Village, we ended up having lunch there that was all because there isn't much there, we went and looked in a gallery, we had missed the markets and there was only another café ...

Back to civilisation, Daintree Region, Australia travel blog

Back to civilisation

A travel blog entry by onroeds2016

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... , stopped off in Cape Tribulation for lunch and then visited the Daintree Ice-cream shop and enjoyed tropical fruit ice-cream.  The Daintree Village is a lovely spot, only very small, but pretty.  The rain has continued to follow us but we are ...

The mother of all rainforests, Daintree Region, Australia travel blog

The mother of all rainforests

A travel blog entry by happygomaggie

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... was "Scarface, the over-five-metre-long croc with a slash on his face". At least we did actually see a cassowary, a rare bird in Australia. It's one of those birds that can't actually fly. Black, with a bit of a blue head and hanging red jowls. We saw ...

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