The Newport on Macrossan
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... to go to a swim up bar. Departing from our room we swam down our shallow portion, and around the bend only to discover that we had to walk up to the bar. That night buses dropped people off at three restaurants for dinner, we went with two couples, no one could eat much more than half their dinner. In the morning there was a speed tour of a wildlife sanctuary full of birds, wallabies, crocks, koalas and kangaroos which are pellets out of our hands. Short but very sweet time in ...
... a year round resident. A particularly good sighting for me was the Double-eyed Fig Parrot, an unfortunate name for the smallest of the Australian parrots (4 to 6 inches in size), whose picture appears everywhere on advertisements for natural history and birding tours.
After this initial cruise Ed dashed back to the lodge to pick me up then we were off on the water again - this time on a crocodile tour (really an excuse to be on the water). But we did see a number ...
... we left Dougies early in the morning and made our way two hours south of Cairns. The drive brought us through beautiful banana plantations and sugar cane sceneries. Upon arrival a couple of forms needed to be filled out, an introduction video watched and hop – the first group of 5 people was on the way to the plane, parked approximately 20 min away and of course, the two of us just happened to be in that first group. We entered the plane and before we knew it, it had ...
... they felt like it. The rainforest walk was just as lovely as some of those from yesterday but the real gem was the 'beach' - a lovely sandy area beside the pristine river. The rocky boulders made for fast flowing water and then this lovely sandy pool of water was a few metres from the path. The water was so clear you could see a school of fish. We continued on to some other lookouts over the river and ...
... two kms of town. I was a little disappointed we didn't see more or some 5 meter monsters to really get them thinking , but it was a good introduction and I noticed Jacob refused to wash his hands in the river later in the day.
Whilst we were getting the boat out of the river some tourists were catching fish so the boys organised a couple of rods and spent s ...