Broken River Mountain Resort Eungella
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It's time to leave our lovely apartment in Rosslyn Bay and head North again, this is going to be our longest drive so we set of at 8:00 and we are soon back on our favourite road, the Bruce Highway. This highway is the main (only) road from Brisbane North to Cairns and beyond, when we left Brisbane it was a three lane motorway with slip roads and …
OMG I can't cope with being an Australian!!!!
I need a lie in !!!!!
Yet another early start, today we have to meet Miles (our guide from last night) at 8.30, as he is taking us on a bird watching rainforest walk. There are only four of us on the trip and we pile into Miles's landrover and head of to our first stop, it's not far down the …
Today we are going for a little walk, 8 kilometres through the rainforest along the Broken River, on our own!!! Denis our driver picked us up at 10am and drove us to the access point of the walk and then sent us on our way with instructions to report back to reception upon our return, otherwise they will be alerting the rescue helicopter!!!! Denis …
... way to test as there was no TV reception available! The next day (Friday) we drove to the very friendly Information Centre in Injune to find out about visiting and camping at Carnarvon Gorge. But we were told that school holidays had just started in Queensland and the one (expensive) caravan park on the road into the gorge would be full. The only other option was a free camp off the highway, but that was still 80k away from the entrance road to the gorge, and we ...
... Kilometres of menu hairpin bends. It was quite difficult taking photo's at the Eungella Lookout because the wind coming up the Valley was very strong. We then drove further up the Range to an area know as the Sky Window, where we got a different view of the Valley. We returned to camp again for Happy hour by the fire and met some more travellers who had arrived during the day. Each has some really good stories and destinations to ...