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... on the train was really good, informing about building the line, the history of the line, and pointing out features along the way. There are quite a number of tunnels, and many bridges dating from the original construction in the late 1880's thru the early 1990's. There are 37 Klm of track and it rises over 327 metres, with an average grade of 1 in 50 for the climb up the range. It's an impressive engineering feat with 55 bridges, 15 hand carved tunnels and ...
... roof!! Whilst the rain sounded nice it made the morning very humid so after a quick trip to Coles for a few bits and pieces it was back to the park for a cool off swim! Afterwards we headed up to Kuranda (via Palm Cove to check the next park out – all looked good!) for another look around and some lunch before picking up Aero after his week long stay at the pet resort. From his appearance and big smiley face we gather he had a great ...
... 8217;s oldest surviving rainforest
with examples of plant species that existed 130 million years ago! The mind
boggles! While out walking, we came across a Hope Palm which looks pretty
unremarkable until you read that it was around before the dinosaurs walked
the Earth! Quite simply, the experience blew our minds and we are so very
grateful to those who preserved this area for all time. All the beaches are
ringed with natural bush – ...
... the beach only to find a danger sign stating don’t go near the edge of the water or swim in the ocean because of crocodiles – seriously, what sort of country do we live in!!!! So stayed away from the waters edge and watched the sun rise over the sea, it was really lovely. Then saw a danger sign for Marine stingers, seriousl1 Back to the little hut and off to breakfast (which was included in our accommodation cost).
We had no internet or mobile phone access, ...
... The last day in Cape Trip we spent with visiting Cape Tribulation beach which looks like the beach in the TV show 'Lost'. The weather throughout our stay up there was mixed but sadly mainly rain... Next area to explore were the Atherton tablelands :) A steep and curvy road went up there & the views on the way were pretty. As it was already afternoon we looked for a campground and found a lovely one near lake Eacham. It had free Wifi, a nice shower which we ...