The Port Douglas Outrigger
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... The gold rush was short lived, but the settlement survived because in 1885 it became the terminus for the inland rail service.
Port Douglas is known as the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrie Reef is 1,200 miles long and 50 miles wide. It is the worlds largest living organism. Coral reefs are found in shallow waters in the tropics. The corals are the primary building block, but other ...
... a lot of cattle were drowned on a nearby farm. The crocs stashed the dead cows in secure locations underwater along the river banks and waited for the carcasses to ripen before the feasting began!
The crocs we saw were just entering the breeding season and apparently an earlier tour group got to see some X-rated behavior! The female will lay many eggs in a large nest made of decaying vegetation and river mud. The nest is built now and as the rainey season ...
... about it there we were dropping and spinning. A short spin and a couple of seconds later the actual free fall of 1 whole minute had positively been accomplished, boy it seemed short! All parachutes had opened (thank god) and after a short paragliding session our feet were back on the sand we had landed on Mission Beach. The second group was there to welcome us and now it was their turn to do the jump and our turn to relax at the beach and wait till they’d arrive. What ...
... lunch at the bakery. We stopped by the local rotary park which had some amazing trees in them and also another sandy swimming spot on the beautiful Mossman river. We stopped to pick up some milk at the supermarket and ended up getting some pizzas to heat up for dinner tonight. A quiet night in with a DVD from the reception will be a nice way to relax on our last jig in Port Douglas. Enjoy the pics, Diane Celie and ...
... load up the boat, car, start dinner and find some water. Mez took the fishy kids for a walk down the beach.
The Boys played at the skate park until dark and we found a secluded tap courtesy of the local Cricket Club. Needless to say we have all had very long hot showers and nice fresh fish!! Just about to shoot off to Mossman and off to the Draintree area tomorrow.