Cairns Plaza Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... to the rainforest. The tallest tower is 40.5metres high! Starting at Kuranda we rode our gondola to Barron Falls Station and disembarked so we could walk down to get a different view of the Barron Falls. The cable car then delivered us safely to Red Peak Station, which at 545m is the highest point of the cableway. The views from the gondolas were incredible. We could see in every direction for miles! While hanging so far above the ground, it is hard not to wonder what would ...
Wasn't very good at this. We had knee boards first. I fell off the first few times then once I relaxed I went round easily. I was loving it. Once I'd been round a few times. I decided I'd try the the wakeboard. I fell on my face a few times. I got up but didn't stay up for long. I didn't give up, kept trying and trying. Ended up giving myself ...
24/9/15 Today we headed in to town to book up some tours and found a cheap hostel en route called JJ's. It worked out at about £10 a night including breakfast and it was super nice, really helpful and everyone I met was friendly. So we booked that and left my passport to sort it all out on the way back from town. I felt really bad ...
... station to then board the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway. The gondolas take you back to the carpark over 7.5km journey with stops a Barron Falls and Red Peak. Barron Falls is easily the best waterfall we’ve seen up in FNQ. It has a total drop of about 125m in four major cascades. The flow is governed by a dam wall so there is only a moderate amount of water going over.
At Red Peak there is a rainforest interactive display and a ...
... just popped into place. Works beautifully now. Went for a walk around part of Lake Placid into the Barron Gorge National Park, stopped when the track got a bit too rugged. Not a lot of water coming down the river at the moment, but I imagine it would be an impressive sight when in full flow. Had a visitor to out campsite today, a large goanna, very friendly, apparently he is a park regular. ...