Port Douglas Beachfront Terrace
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... pick their brain regarding the condition of the Bloomfield track. The 4x4 track from here through to Wujal Wujal, on the way to Cooktown. Apparently can be known to be quite rugged but ok at this time of year – if too rough I would have to turn around and back track for several hours- Wahh.
Well I was informed by PK’s staff to have a chat to Tom (actually forgotten his name so will use Tom. Woops), the guy ...
... muddy river bank often blending in so well it was hard to spot them.
Following the cruise, which took an hour, we took the car ferry and headed north towards Cape Tribulation. We called in at a Discovery Centre but sadly it was quite cool and started to rain so without the right clothes we weren't able to make the most of it. Amazingly as we walked in so did David and Fran Robinson from Wellington. David is ...
... The road we took was the same road the Qld Govt bulldozed in the 1970's causing widespread demonstrations and the birth of the green movement. Nice drive up through the world heritage listed rainforest. Went as far as Cape Tribulation where we took some photos (after eventually finding somewhere to park - people everywhere) and had lunch on the way back. Called into the Daintree Discovery Centre and did a couple of their aerial walks through ...
We arrived here later than expected, but the drive from Cook Town to the Daintree was stunning. The flora was amazing, let alone the mountains. Some of the mountains were so high, the tops of them were in the clouds. The park is a very friendly park. The staff are great. The park is a few years old, but well maintained and clean. From the park you can see the Daintree River. Apparantly, ...
... the island what an experience. The pictures will not fully show the impact of the rides.
After leaving Fraser Island we set off further north to Maryborough and continued to Bundaberg. After a quick visit to Bundaberg, a city known for the Bundaberg Rum, we headed to Agnes Water and the Town 1770, two picturesque towns along the Capricorn Coast. This journey also lead to our first paid overnight stay considering that the area is frequently visited by rangers and we ...