Park Regis Anchorage
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... mangoes here. A lot of sugarcane - you have to stop for trains crossing the highway - and a lot of mangoes - we are camped beneath a mango tree and all the backpackers are buying their lodgings by picking fruit. Me, I'm just wondering where my mango rum umbrella drink ...
... a day. They lived in tents. Would have been a tough life!
Loved Bowen. It was so pretty and the beaches were gorgeous little bays. Water delightfully warm and so many different coloured frangapani trees. Bowen also has murals painted on many of the buildings. Both Townsville and Bowen had great displays talking about their involvement in WWII and we spent quite a bit of time at each of them.
From Mission we drove the 3 hours south to the city of Townsville. We headed into the centre and drove down their esplanade, 'The Strand'. It looked very similar to Cairns's with a lagoon, kids water park and loads of BBQ's. It was getting late on in the afternoon and read that we needed to get to the free camp spot we were heading to early to get a park so headed there. It was a BP service station with a truckers overnight area. As we pulled ...
... made lake nestled among mountains, surrounded by green hills, pine and rain forests. Very picturesque and apart from the palm trees and tropical vegetation it reminded us very much of some regions in Europe - maybe Switzerland or the Jura region of France.
There are lots of things to do and see in this region: Jaques Coffee Plantation, Mt Uncle’s Distillery, Herberton Village, Mangoe Plantations… to name the ones we visited.
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We took the bus from the ferry terminal to our hostel and the happy-go-lucky driver announced our stop. It was very much a wilderness retreat hostel with cobwebs in every corner and crevice and a thick layer of dust covering the mesh that lined the walls. The cackling birds and rustling trees certainly put us at one with nature. We kept it quiet that evening watching a magical sunset in Horseshoe ...