Travel Blogs from Daintree, Australia

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Cape Tribulation :)), Daintree, Australia travel blog

Cape Tribulation :))

A travel blog entry by ninadobler

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Soooo heute sind wir von Cairns aus zu einem 2-Tages Ausflug in den Daintree Nationalpark aufgebrochen, der liegt nördlich von Cairns und ist bekannt für seinen tollen Regenwald und die traumhafte Kombination von Regenwald und Strand, was da ...

Daintree National Park, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Daintree National Park

A travel blog entry by darrenstravels

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... a rock formation next to the pool, which she did very well.  Not bad for someone who could barely swim before she came to Australia.  There was also a large Frog in the bottom of the pool, so I swam around with him before helping him get out of ...

Rainforest, Crocs and Beach, Cape Trib/ Daintree/ Cairns, Australia travel blog

Rainforest, Crocs and Beach

A travel blog entry by sarahx

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... a nice river that ran through a clearing of the rainforest- it looked quite like New Zealand. We carried on further North to the Daintree river, where we boarded our boat for an hour river cruise- it looked almost like a paddle boat, but it had a ...

Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation

A travel blog entry by lou-and-seabs

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... a land down under. Woke up and asked Louella what was for breakfast? She just smiled and gave me a veggiemite sandwich. Went to the Daintree rainforest today. Even though it's a 'rain' forest I really wasn't happy it was raining on the way there! Until ...

Daintree Rainforest, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Daintree Rainforest

A travel blog entry by victoriakd

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We left Cairns to go even further north up to Daintree Rainforest. We stopped out at Rex lookout which was amazing then stopped at Mossom Gorge. You take a small bus up to the first view point. It was the bottom of the river which was full of loads of ...

Moved to Crocodylus, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Moved to Crocodylus

A travel blog entry by codie

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Woke up at 9am got our stuff together, think it was the shortest time it’s taken too pack as we just wanted to leave. Spoke to the owner as we were packing the car, he said it hadn’t been open for 7 years before they bought it. He’d ...

To Koala, Daintree, Australia travel blog

To Koala

A travel blog entry by codie

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Packed up our stuff and left Cape Tribulation Beach House. Headed for Masons Cafe so that we could go to the water hole. When we got there it was too early for even the cafe to be open. Needless to say we were the first people there. Went and had a look ...

In the Rainforest, Daintree, Australia travel blog

In the Rainforest

A travel blog entry by seangove

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After this we went on a long walk through the rainforest. This was the best part of this day-trip. We seen a variety of plants; a lot of which you'd expect to see in something like Avatar. Next, we went on a boat safari on a river. We were mainly looking ...

Daintree - amazing rainforest, Daintree National Park, Australia travel blog

Daintree - amazing rainforest

A travel blog entry by eremita

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... . After we came back Kasha was there already and we drove to Dubuji Boardwalk. Dubuji is one of the many boardwalks in Daintree. It was pretty long (like for a boarwalk), approximately 1.2 km. It was meandering through the rainforest with some creek ...

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 ...

The Waterfall Circuit, cut  short, Milla Milla, Australia travel blog

The Waterfall Circuit, cut short

A travel blog entry by marchy

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We decided that we didn't want to taz around after a long drive to see all three waterfalls on the 'circuit'. Instead we went to 'Yungaburra' for a beautiful thickshake. Paul had a steak pie and was complimented by the ladies who worked there on his ...

Watch out for Crocs!, Daintree and Cape Tribulation, Australia travel blog

Watch out for Crocs!

A travel blog entry by marchy

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We arose early and caught a crocodile spotting boat the 'Solar Whisper'. The Daintree is infested with crocs, sharks and stingrays thrown in for good measure. So we decided not to go for a swim. Neville, our tour guide, was very softly spoken. His lilting ...

Where the rainforest meets the Barrier Reef!!, Daintree Rainforest, Australia travel blog

Where the rainforest meets the Barrier Reef!!

A travel blog entry by bahra

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... way back - not bad for endangered species living deep in the rainforest. Still kept glancing up for the orangs though. The thing with daintree and the rainforests here is that you don't actually see much wildlife - you can hear things but don't spot much. ...

Beautiful Views, Cow Bay, Australia travel blog

Beautiful Views

A travel blog entry by hannahandnug

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A little beach stop to take in the ...

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 ...

Nice little beach, Cape Kimberley, Australia travel blog

Nice little beach

A travel blog entry by hannahandnug

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Stopped here on the way back to Cairns to have a look at the beach. Was a pretty nice beach but as we tried to leave there was a sneaky little Jack Russle Pup in the way. When Elina got out to move it on it jumped in the car. Was a good laugh. ...

Cairns beaches,Port Douglas,Daintree National Park, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Cairns beaches,Port Douglas,Daintree National Park

A travel blog entry by chrisandem

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... a while enjoying the beauty of the place. The reason its called Cape Tribulation is because James Cooks ship that first discovered Australia ran aground on the reef here, he had so many problems he called it tribulation.    We then ...

Daintree National Park, Cape Kimberley, Australia travel blog

Daintree National Park

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey

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We rented a car and made the 75 mile (110km) fairly hard core driving north to where the rainforest meets the reef "Daintree National Park," which holds one of the best view points- Cape Tribulation. The park is only accessible via a cable ferry which ...

Madness in the Mangroves, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Madness in the Mangroves

A travel blog entry by ccsadler

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... of a reef began in 1928. Another highlight was the Melbourne Cup, a very hyped horse race, and as someone put it "Australia's Superbowl" (let's just say I'm glad we have the superbowl..) We watched the race in the very posh Port Douglas, and then did a ...

Daintree Village, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Daintree Village

A travel blog entry by farquhar

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... peacefulness of this gorgeous little village surrounded by rainforest and lush pastures. The next morning we jumped on a Croc Tour boat on the Daintree River(Clint and Torah waited on the bank for us as Tors isn't a fan of crocs!!) and spotted 2 babies ...

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 ...

Billy Teas, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Billy Teas

A travel blog entry by trizzyb

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We did a day trip to Daintree Rainforest/ Cape Tribulation with Billy Tea Safaris and had a lovely guide.  We headed down the scenic coastal drive and saw Snapper Island, looks like a crocodile.  We did a walk through rainforest and a short ...

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!!! ...

Rainforest...that sounds wet!, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Rainforest...that sounds wet!

A travel blog entry by monita

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We got our hands on a really good deal for a rental car...and boy was she a beauty!!! A circa 1990 corolla....named "rolla"....she was great...we wanted to get to the oldest rainforest (prehistoric) so this was our chance...we drove the coast line and ...

Daintree Rainforest, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Daintree Rainforest

A travel blog entry by markandel

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Bah! What a stunning place ... have found a suitable banana plantation to purchase so don't expect to see us anytime soon! It certainly makes a change from the red, dusty centre - lots of forested mountains, white beaches and azure seas - don't ...

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 ...

First day Down Under, Daintree, Australia travel blog

First day Down Under

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe

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... Autobarn depot and started to complete the paperwork, check over our new little van and receive our information about Queensland and Australia in general.  The staff were polite and helpful and although they were all about the business part to start ...

Quinkan - a magical experience, Lakeland, Australia travel blog

Quinkan - a magical experience

A travel blog entry by narravaners

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Heute wollten wir mal Krokodile sehen, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Heute wollten wir mal Krokodile sehen

A travel blog entry by erbacherperkovi

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... unserer Abreise am Donnerstag, noch zwei offen. Die Fahrt mit dem Kuranda Scenic Train und eine Bootstour auf dem Daintree River, um die berüchtigten Salzwasserkrokodile zu sehen. Heute wollten wir also die Krokodile sehen. Glücklicherweise trafen wir ...

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 ...

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