Rydges Plaza Cairns
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... family day in Cairns so we headed to Kuranda. We took the Skyrail up (which I've detailed in my blogs before) and it was great as we went with Barrie and Carmen and Craig, Tracey, Riley and Tobi, who had all never been up there before.
As it was our last day, the kids wanted time in the pool, and Jase and I needed to pack everyone up, so we decided we'd go to just one attraction up in Kuranda, which was the Bird Aviary. It was good ...
... faced with an entire school of fish who encircled all of us and in the middle was a HUGE fish who was resident to that area and was known as Elvis to everyone who visits those parts regularly. We spent about 15 minutes under the water exploring the reef and fish, diving to 6 metres in total. The difference in temperature was pretty weird too, obviously it got colder as you went deeper but we didn't really realise just how cold it was at the bottom until we started to rise back to the ...
... corals with its amazing array of tropical fish. One of the amazing sights was the “cleaner” fish cleaning the gills of the really big fish that lined up like going through a car wash. The other was Pam swimming above giant turtle for over 20 metres. We also saw a number of rays although we ...
... I actually did- definitely worth it! One of my favourite trips of the whole Australian adventure was Uncle Brian's tour to the Atherton Tablelands. Any Australian daytrip will involve a LOT of driving, but the many hours spent on the bus flew by with singing, dancing, puzzles, games and good humour. Organised fun at its best! The tablelands were beautiful- gorgeous boulders, natural rock slides and beautiful waterfalls. ...
... have one. Instead, it has a beautiful lagoon on the side of the water front. The lagoon is free and public so people sit around on the grass and have picnics, BBQs and just general relaxation. We spent today there and it was lovely. Lead in the sunshine, and then under the trees, a quick dip in the pool and then a wonder across the road. Across the road is the Esplanade. This is where all the shops and restaurants are. We have had coffee and breakfast in a little ...
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