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... roads. We stopped to see the curtain fig a type of ficus and finally the crystal cave in Atherton another man's passion for crystals, geodes and such. Some amazing specimens in the under ground cavern he has created; of course the were for sale as well. Finally destination for the day Port Douglas came later than we hoped but we made ...
... it is considered one of the seven wonders of the natural world, and 99% of this World Heritage site is contained within the borders of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. The Reef is approximately 8,0000 years old, and was formed when an ice age caused the water level to rise (formerly, the continental shelf running along the outer edge of the reef had been the shoreline). Rather than one continuous reef, the Great Barrier Reef is comprised ...
... stunning! Lots of different colours and textures from lettuce coral to coral with brain textures and waving tentacles. There was so much sea life including parrot fish, squirrel fish, clown fish, giant clams and blue starfish. It was better than we expected.
Suddenly I heard an underwater squeak of excitement from Ness which rippled through the water. I looked in her direction and she ...
... beautiful and equally sad that we could not swim there. Only last week Mark had seen 2 sharks and a fisherman told us of a 3 metre croc in the area, not to mention the stingers. We headed off to the Mossman Gorge, an aboriginal centre and high walkway around the forest. It was interesting to meet an aborigine who showed us how to create paint from rocks, male a sterile salt solution from a plant and a remedy for arthritis from the bark which smelt just ...
... not calm and the 20-minute ride in was a little bumpy. Once on the dock, we transferred to a large Quicksilver catamaran that can hold several hundred people. Comfortably settled aboard, we began our 1 1/2 ride to the reef platform we would be using for the day. A reef platform is a large permanent base for all the activities. It included an underwater viewing area, in case one does not want to go in the ...