Travel Blogs from Daintree, Australia

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Dive Day 2 and a Rain Forest Flashbac, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Dive Day 2 and a Rain Forest Flashbac

A travel blog entry by onthebucketlist

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... .  Mike and Vanesa were great partners.  BTW, did we really beat those ugly Badgers??  A little east Australia history. Englishman James Cook discovered it of course after grounding his boat outside of Cape Tribulation Beach.  He named ...

prawn roll, Daintree, Australia travel blog

prawn roll

A travel blog entry by buttonstaylor

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Day 22, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Day 22

A travel blog entry by dave-michelle

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... and it was just us and 4 other people. Michelle was glad as the guide showed us the Great Billed Heron which is one of Australia's hardest birds to see.   After the cruise we checked in at Red Mill House and walked down to the centre of town for a ...

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 ...

Relaxing in nature to excape the hustle & bustle, Daintree Rainforest, Australia travel blog

Relaxing in nature to excape the hustle & bustle

A travel blog entry by banggarru

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Daintree Village Relaxing stay at Riverside Tourist Park had us parked near the river surrounded by cattle farms & mountains. $25 per night 1 adult, 2 children. Traveled to Cape Tribulation - Driving 10 minutes to Ferry, short ride across the river ...

Daintree Rainforest, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Daintree Rainforest

A travel blog entry by janaroman

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naomi left, Daintree, Australia travel blog

naomi left

A travel blog entry by izakur

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ok, hangover som faaaan, jag o derell skulle fira naomi igar! herre min gud! minns vi lekte med djuren, la pa graset o mata kangoros o wallabye med choklad haahah, sa sjukt! hade gill sett detta hade vi fatt stryk! jag menar det!! vi stangde aldrig ...

Visiting the Magnificent Daintree Rainforest, Daintree Rainforest, Australia travel blog

Visiting the Magnificent Daintree Rainforest

A travel blog entry by sitabai

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... I remembered to look right to see if there was oncoming traffic. Mostly it went just fine and in 2 ˝ hours we arrived at the Daintree Rainforest where we are now staying in a little fun eco-village. Thanks again to Chris for the lessons he provided in ...

Excursion into the Australian tropics, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Excursion into the Australian tropics

A travel blog entry by katieontherun

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The rest of Australia was great. I spent nearly two weeks in and around Cairns way up in the tropics. I loved it up there, went snorkeling once at the Great Barrier Reef, huge fish under the boat, simply adorable. Cairns itself is a sight, with a free ...

Ellis Beach - Daintree NP - Atherton, Daintree National Park, Australia travel blog

Ellis Beach - Daintree NP - Atherton

A travel blog entry by saskiarutz

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... on the ground, ready to be picked up and eaten. Paradise with lots of mosquitos and horse-flies. Today's goal is the Daintree National Park, the eldest Rainforrest in the world. The had a big discussion the night before whether to visit Cape Tribulation ...

Daintree, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Daintree

A travel blog entry by daniela3

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... am Morgen im Internet ein Schnaeppchen fuer die naechsten 2 Naechte gefunden! Hier die Internetadresse zum "schnoeigge": http://www.daintree-ecolodge.com.au ich sage nur, wellnesshotel mitten im regenwald mit zwei gratis massagen und einem sprudelbad ...

Daintree Forest mit Crocodile Dundee, Daintree, Autralia travel blog

Daintree Forest mit Crocodile Dundee

A travel blog entry by elettchen

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Der Daintree Forest ist ein riesiger Regenwald, Naturschutzgebiet und Weltkulturerbe. Wir sind morgens losgefahren, um zuerst eine kleine Wanderung zu machen und dabei die Besonderheiten des Urwalds erklärt zu bekommen. Anschließend waren wir ...

Daintree Rainforest - Road Trip Day 2, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Daintree Rainforest - Road Trip Day 2

A travel blog entry by leemiller

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After more trail walks and another endless sandy beach at Clifton beach we made it to the famous Daintree rainforest. Driving through the windy single off road terrain was challenging as the sun was going down and the dense forestry was blocking most of ...

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 ...

Brekky and Daintree, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Brekky and Daintree

A travel blog entry by thestulbergs

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... ", as they call it. It was by far the best meal we had in PD during our stay. After, we drove up to Daintree Rainforest and spent a few hours bush walking through Mossman Gorge - home of the aborigine people, who continue to live there. Stepping out ...

bloomfield, daintree,  The Bloomfield Track And Daintree, Australia travel blog

bloomfield, daintree

A travel blog entry by kimstac

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... coconut laden beach. Molly saw her first croc in the creek, a small estuary croc about 3m. It was a very pretty place along the Daintree, where the rainforest really does meet the sea. Stacy went on a dive boat for the day to Mackay Reef- the diving was ...

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 ...

14 inches in 12 hours, Daintree National Park, Australia travel blog

14 inches in 12 hours

A travel blog entry by ccfrew

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... raining we decide to head down to the Daintree. What an awesome place !! The rainforest is such a contrast to anything else in Australia ,especially from where we had come in central QLD. There was a short trip via ferry across the Daintree River to the ...

Where Are All The Cassowaries?, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Where Are All The Cassowaries?

A travel blog entry by peteandliz

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... the rear-view mirror, when Lizzie spotted a couple of kangaroos in a field by the side of the road.  We thought Australia was reprieved [cumulative kangaroo count: 2]; we shall see. A few hours, a couple of hundred kilometres and a car ferry later ...

die Ostkueste, Daintree, Australia travel blog

die Ostkueste

A travel blog entry by anna_australia

In 2 Tagen im Regenwald haben wir soviel gesehen und entdeckt und natuerlich hat es auch geregnet! Die Mosman Gorge, 4 verschiedene Boardwalks, Cape Tribulation und ein Krokodilcruise waren unsere Programmpunkte. Aber am schoensten war es ...

Daintree Youth Camp and Family Fun Night!, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Daintree Youth Camp and Family Fun Night!

A travel blog entry by thecronins

... ;John and Jody’s farm”. As I don’t have a clue where we are going, other than to just past the Daintree Village, I am assuming rainforest, but that is only a guess…I wonder how I will go at sleeping on the ground again?  Mum ...

MV Trinity Bay, Daintree, Australia travel blog

MV Trinity Bay

A travel blog entry by polgs

Spent the day on board looking at the sights, coastal features and islands along the way. And eating too much. The food was very good and buffet style so we could eat as much as we ...

The Daintree Rainforest, Daintree Rainforest, Australia travel blog

The Daintree Rainforest

A travel blog entry by smbeck

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... the trees that must have been blocking the road. Lots of leaves and vegetation still on the road. We drove right to Daintree Village. Tiny little place. We booked our Crocodile Express river cruise and looked around. It is here where I spotted the ...

Surprise boat trip, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Surprise boat trip

A travel blog entry by petermaryanne

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... stories of our travels to date. We retired around 8.30pm as there are a fair number of mosquitoes and March flies about. (Danbulla, Mareeba, Mount Malloy, Mossman, Daintree River, Newell, Wonga, Thornton Beach, Mt Hemmant and then to Cape ...

Daintree Village, Daintree Region, Australia travel blog

Daintree Village

A travel blog entry by c-in-oz

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... capacity and had been unable to accommodate everyone wishing to stay at this location at times. We started the next morning with a Daintree River cruise with crocodile express. We walked from our camp down to the boat ramp departure point, a distance of ...

spiderfobia makes me drink, Daintree, Australia travel blog

spiderfobia makes me drink

A travel blog entry by izakur

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before i go to bed, belive me, spiders everwhere bleahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh nar man oppnad dorren pa kvalle hoppar det saker till hoger o vanster, scary, huge frogs and gekoss borjar planera vad jag ska gora...ok, jag ska absolut snorkla har for det har jag ...

simmar som en fisk, Daintree, Australia travel blog

simmar som en fisk

A travel blog entry by izakur

yo! klange sen ingen text fran mig, har skriver jag nu, som vanligt lite stressad pga dalig net o skit! idag hare jag simmat massor! tammmy ar inte bara a teacher hon e aven swimteacher! sa ni kan tanka er vad vi hittar pa i vattnet! den stora fagel emu ...

A New Beginning, Daintree Region, Australia travel blog

A New Beginning

A travel blog entry by maja.flower

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... ;wow Firstly Eclipse2012 was probably one of the best festivals I have ever been to, so many cool people from all around Australia and world made surviving the desert environment that much easier. After the party we spend a few days around the Daintrees, ...

Dont forget to be Cass-o-wary!, Daintree Rainforest, Australia travel blog

Dont forget to be Cass-o-wary!

A travel blog entry by beritjansen

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... , and then the rain started up again. This whole region is very special to Aborigines and this was actually the only place in Australia where we saw aboriginal people en masse. Its very sad to me that the local culture here, much like Native Americans is ...

Barbs, Thorns & Leeches, Daintree, Australia travel blog

Barbs, Thorns & Leeches

A travel blog entry by ecoodysseys

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... of pool. Magnificent sight of tree-covered slopes rise steeply on every side of the gorge we were in. This is Daintree wilderness, an area of no recorded history of anyone previously venturing into. Lunch with support group, then afternoon nap. Chris ...

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