Travel Blogs from Daintree, Australia

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To The Rainforest, Daintree, Australia travel blog

To The Rainforest

A travel blog entry by emily.omahoney

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... ; More to follow! 7:45pm after dinner We left for the river sunset cruise on a small boat with 8 passengers all from the Daintree Ecolodge and Murray leading us.  It was a wonderful 2 hour trip on the Daintree River and one of the tributary ...

Brian taking it easy, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Brian taking it easy

A travel blog entry by emily.omahoney

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... and she teaches music to children in the school system.  They are a lovely couple.  We have met more from Australia than other countries. I will make sure to include Brian’s picture of yesterday’s snake…..which is not ...

Daintree Rainforest and Cape Trib, Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation, Australia travel blog

Daintree Rainforest and Cape Trib

A travel blog entry by emmaireland

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Feeling lazy and content, I had spent a day deciding whether to head north, to Cape Tribulation and the Daintree Rainforest, where the cassowarys roam free (emu-like bird, but with a big lump on top of their heads, and a distinctive blue colouring on ...

Worlds oldest rainforest meets biggest reef, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Worlds oldest rainforest meets biggest reef

A travel blog entry by dirkmarta

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To the rianforest, Cape Kimberley, Australia travel blog

To the rianforest

A travel blog entry by yam_cina

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I left Cairns in direction north toward Cape Tribulation, with Neils and Erik both from Holland. The first day we drove the way to a small and nice beach in Cape Kimberley where we spend the ...

Last and least, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Last and least

A travel blog entry by rubin

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... of fish, at the beach.  And, after nervously joking about the elusive yet deadly rainforest cassowary throughout our time in Australia, it was a true thrill to see two cassowaries together, in the wild, from the window of our bus.  Another ...

Where the Rainforest meets the Reef, Daintree National Park, Australia travel blog

Where the Rainforest meets the Reef

A travel blog entry by melash

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... so much life. We decided we needed some sleep so booked into a caravan park for two nights and tomorrow we start our tour that will lead us to the tip of Australia! Looking forward to sharing all our adventures with you all. Love Mindz and ...

Where the rainforest meets the sea, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Where the rainforest meets the sea

A travel blog entry by anslwithers

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We passed 9,000kms as we ventured north of Cairns to the oldest rainforest in the world, the Daintree Rainforest.  It looked much like any other to our untrained eyes though (and despite an audio guide at a Discovery Centre) but we did see some ...

Rainforest Magic, North East of Daintree, Australia travel blog

Rainforest Magic

A travel blog entry by linda.pulley

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... on organic farms in exchange for free board using Willing Workers on Organic Farms Australia (Wwoof) organisation http://www.wwoof.com.au/. Friday visited Daintree Discovery Centre The Centre offers visitors many ways to learn about and explore one of ...

Map pin for Daintree, Daintree Wilderness Lodge, Alexandra Bay, Australia travel blog

Map pin for Daintree

A travel blog entry by jessntj

Daintree map ...

Hanging with the locals, Daintree, Cape Tribulation, Australia travel blog

Hanging with the locals

A travel blog entry by ann_ho

... are all so friendly, had a good chat with my neighbours in the dorm next door, its nice to see a different side of australia other than backpackers spots, beaches and parties. times up now so will have to write more later. im off to new zeland ...

It didn't rain in the rain forest...., Daintree Forest, Australia travel blog

It didn't rain in the rain forest....

A travel blog entry by australblog

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... stopped at a farm that grows exotic tropical fruit and sells home-made ice cream from their harvest.    Visiting Australia has been a wonderful experience, and well worth the very long plane trip and other travel hassles.  The ...

Day 3 - Daintree Rainforest, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Day 3 - Daintree Rainforest

A travel blog entry by emmaandcraig

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... for our days adventure. Stop offs at Palm Cove and Port Douglas resulted in a long journey to our croc cruise on the Daintree River. Before boarding, the guide brought out an 18month old croc called Edward for everyone to have a look at. Whilst on the ...

From paradise to Blackpool (An East coast journey), Daintree, Australia travel blog

From paradise to Blackpool (An East coast journey)

A travel blog entry by michael.bell

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    Greetings comrades once again I come to you with news from the fair lands of Australia although I must confess that not all my tidings are good. I have entered into the very heart of the backpacking camps and therefore I must write in ...

Walkabout, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Walkabout

A travel blog entry by emily.omahoney

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... our big walkabout today with Juan Walker, our native Aborigine guide.  There were 2 other couples besides us. One was from Australia and the other from Mexico.  We all fit into Juan’s 4 wheel SUV and off we went.  This ...

Exploring the northeast, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Exploring the northeast

A travel blog entry by gypsymichelle

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I took a day trip north of Cairns to the Daintree and Cape Tribulation area. Started the morning off with a boat ride on the Daintree River where I got to see lots of wildlife-flying fox bats, green frogs and snakes that blended in well ...

La remontée, Daintree, Australia travel blog

La remontée

A travel blog entry by jean-ba

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... , la fameuse Holden Comodorre, mais sa ne sert à rien d'avoir un moteur de 3,6 litres pour rouler a du 100. Direction Daintree national park. C'est de toute beauté ces collines à la forêt tropicale qui descend au bord de plage, mangrove, cascades, ...

Another Trip to the Daintree, Daintree/Cape Tribulation, Australia travel blog

Another Trip to the Daintree

A travel blog entry by jalateras

... Also we went to Thorton beach and a lookout over Mt Alexandrer that was really pretty 3. and we went on a Crocodile cruise down the Daintree river it took 90 minutes on the way up the river we didn't see any crocodiles but with about 10 minutes to go ...

Daintree Crocodile cruise, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Daintree Crocodile cruise

A travel blog entry by ivoyvonne

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We went on a trip up north from Cairns but only got to the Daintree River ferry which was still closed thanks to the cyclone. So we took a River Cruise to see some crocodiles, pretty cool. Afterwards we had lunch at the beach and slowly went back to ...

Daintree Village, Daintree Village, Australia travel blog

Daintree Village

A travel blog entry by jalateras

... and then across the ferry towards Cape Tribulation. On the way we stopped at Gindalba Boardwalk, which winds part way through the Daintree National Park. Even though it was raining we decided (i.e. forced the kids) to do the board walk. I will ...

Hiking into the Clouds, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Hiking into the Clouds

A travel blog entry by jmv146

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... two years away from home.  Some of it has to do with the ability for the Europeans to get work visas in Australia (and throughout Europe).  It's just very eye opening as to how much more prevalent international travel is to those in other parts ...

PORT DOUGLAS, QUEENSLAND, Australia travel blog

PORT DOUGLAS

A travel blog entry by boxedoff.com

AUSTRALIA DAY!!! I got back to Port the previous evening and went into town with Pete to sink a few scooners and watch 'The Swinging Allycats' do their thing at one of the local bars.  On friday morning we got up at 05.30 to get down to the ...

Croc Spotting, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Croc Spotting

A travel blog entry by fftaustralia

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From one adventure to the next! We headed to the Daintree River, where we floated down the river searching for crocodiles.  Along the banks are mangroves.  We saw the beautiful Ulysses Butterfly, the fastest butterfly in the world!  We ...

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. ...

Rainforest and Waterfalls!, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Rainforest and Waterfalls!

A travel blog entry by 3vagabonds

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Entry Picture Link: http://picasaweb.google.com.au/ThreeVagabonds/UncleBriansTourTheGreatBarrierReef On a rainy and cold Monday, August 25 we woke up at 7 a.m. and hopped on Uncle Brian's Tour Bus. "Cousin Paul" was our tour guide/driver for the day. ...

Daintree Rainforest, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Daintree Rainforest

A travel blog entry by gouda

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On termine la Great Tropical Drive (nom de la route touristique de Townsville à Cairns) par la forêt tropicale de Daintree. On commence par un parcours très informatif. On s'attendait à une multitude d'oiseaux colorés, des reptiles en dessous de ...

PORT DOUGLAS, QUEENSLAND, Australia travel blog

PORT DOUGLAS

A travel blog entry by boxedoff.com

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On Saturday I headed towards Cairns to Hartley's Creek Crocodile Farm followed by a spin to the Barron Falls near Kerunda, but today was a day I'd been looking forward to for several years - Diving on the Great Barrier Reef! I got up at 07.00 on ...

Great Barrier Reef / World Herritage Rain Forest, Cairns, Cape Tribulation and Daintree, Australia travel blog

Great Barrier Reef / World Herritage Rain Forest

A travel blog entry by rtwryan

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... After the morning tour our guide dropped us off at our accommodation. I stayed in a chilled out, hippyish, backpacker's resort in the Daintree rain forest. I paid a little extra for a nocturnal animal sighting trek in the middle of the night. Didn't see a ...

Living in the jungle, Cape Tripulation and Daintree, Australia travel blog

Living in the jungle

A travel blog entry by rina1987

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After spending about ten days in Cairns we drove further up North, where we went on a crocodille cruise on Daintree River. It was really fun and we spotted a few crocs - both tiny and medium size, but unfortunately not a really big one. After that we ...

Hunting the Cassowary!, Daintree National Park, Australia travel blog

Hunting the Cassowary!

A travel blog entry by emmaw

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... of the jungle and all the water comes form an underground spring! After putting my bag in the tent, H and I went to the Daintree Discovery Centre, which was not far away. Here they have a aerial walkway and a five story tower which you can climb and ...

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