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We took a Jetstar flight directly from Melbourne to Cairns. Lots of crying children who must have been more desperate for sunshine than us! Arrived in Cairns around 2.30pm picked up our hire car and headed north to Port Douglas. Lovely sunshine and coastal views up the Captain Cook Highway. We detoured into Trinity Beach and Palm Cove to see what …
... with our cassowary-hunting adventures! A quick stop in Cairns at Rusty's Market for a meal at the Vietnamese Hut, then on to Port Douglas...
Living Social deal again, this one also fantastic, $299 for three-nights at Dreamcatcher in a one bedroom apartment; beautiful tropical setting, brilliant colors both inside and out, ...
... Kite but that was about
all in the way of birds but it is just a beautiful river to cruise along.
We had lunch in Daintree village with Michelle having a steak Sandwich and I forced down 1/2
kilo of prawns.
Arriving at Kingfisher Park the pressure was now on. The timing of the trip was so Michelle could see the Buff-breasted Paradise Kingfisher and this was one place they can be found. After signing in I ...
Today found us waiting for a tour bus at 8:15 am; we were off to the Daintree National Park, Cape Tribulation and the Mossman Gorge. We cruised the Daintree River looking for crocodiles, none to be found, none the less we enjoyed the rainforest scenery. And up we went to our lunch spot at Coopers Creek, again middle of the rainforest. Very few people live in the area as it is hard to get to and there are no or limited services. It was only 10 years ago the road ...
... saw wallabies resting in a field and many cane sugar fields. A bad motorcycle accident slowed us down a bit, but we still arrived more than plenty early for the show. While we were waiting, we enjoyed pineapple juice and wandered around the pond, discovering some cane frogs (both old and young). Cane frogs are pretty poisonous, so we kept our distance.
The show started in the lobby, and we all followed the dancers painted in traditional body paint outside to the lake. On ...