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 …
... and rivers with water from up in the mountains is crisp and cool, so our dips are getting shorter but we are still swimming! We continued alongside the mountain range and checked out the gorgeous Eungella (pronounced Young-gella) National Park, a large pocket of rainforest with great views over the plains. (See photo) There were no good photos of the Gorge or swimming holes as they were taken around ...
... it through rain, but the area with the main walks had only light showers at this time. We first visited this spot 32 years ago with a very young Eve and Anna (and Tom on his way, not to be seen for another 4 months). Things have changed a bit - you can't camp up here like you could then (unless you are prepared to carry your gear 500m into the "walk-in" campground).
After our picnic lunch, ...