The Port Douglas Outrigger
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... another gorge different to what we have seen, incredible places we have to visit in this country.
Back into town we thought we would try again to catch a glimpse of George ( the Groper). Again he disappointed. A no show, oh well the kids had fun feeding the fish with our left over prawn heads. Off to Ellis Beach ...
... Ken who is in very poor health
From there we headed north, stopping for lunch at Cardwell (near Hinchinbrook Island - this little town was nearly wiped out by cyclone Yassi ) and stopping at a small free camp area just N of Innisfail - there were about 30 vans and RV's camped there - and then travelling on to Wonga beach (5 km south of the Daintree river)
We stayed there for 7 days - used it as a base to travel to Cape Tribulation ...
What a spectacular day out. Wave Dancer took us out to part of the Great Barrier Reef to just one of the nearly 3000 Islands. The boat can take 150 people but there were only 39 on board for our sailing yesterday. Two big sails to assist the motor made it a picturesque vessel and great to sail in. There was a significant swell coming home but we felt fine. Unlike the significant swell and the accompanying feelings on Fouveaux Strait some years ...
... hour. There would have been over 50 people there and we all had seconds and thirds. The fish was cooked by volunteer ladies from amongst the parks guests and they were called wenches! Each of the guests had to stand and say who you were and where you were from. When I said "Bathurst" they all knew why we were up in Qld. "Gee it gets cold down there doesn't it!", was the chorus.
Took a drive, the next day, across the ferry into the Daintree ...
... farm.On arrival at the lookout and large beach frontage, the rain turned into a torrential downpour. Not even I armed with my trusty camera was going to brave that in just shorts and a t-shirt. The roads quickly became flooded and it persisted for an hour, but as quickly as the roads flooded, as quickly as the water disappeared out to sea.
The exotic Fruit Farm tastings was in tall order and on arrival we were greeted with a nice ...