Heritage Lodge & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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Once again I have to say - another amazing, incredible, wonderful day. Top of our "heap"' probably our furthest place in far North Queensland and so worth the journey to Cape Tribulation. Mind you not that far from Cape Town. But one has to draw the line. Good feeling this morning when the smoking not hot parents and their chirpy chipmunk kids LEFT who were camped behind us. Yes. Contending with the heat AND them was too much. ...
... mining town and the mine is still in operation. The Caravan Park is an old mining camp and there are remnants of its past glory - a massive swimming pool complex, tennis courts, recreation hall, huge fountains that are no longer in use. The park managers also run a Post Office on site and there are a number of permanent homes that appear to be old miners homes. It's actually a proper little village.
The only other buildings in town appear to be ...
... and down really steep descents, lots of corrugations, was a bit slippery in places as it had been raining, but we made it to the end with Road and Tasha and kids.
Had a look at the Bloomfield Waterfall which was near the end of the track at Wujal Wujal which seems like an aboriginal town. Then we had to turn around and do it all again. Tasha was really ...
... We wouldn't know, we didn't get to see either sadly. But all the girls were delighted when I pointed out a massive golden orb spider. The Daintree Rainforest soon breaks down into mangroves and swamps, which are very unusual. The only way I can describe it, is like the Never-ending Story when he's in the swamps. The mud is so full of minerals that it is black and strange little tree roots poke up and back down under so it can breathe. Tree roots ...
... won there. The dives were each less than 18 m in depth with care taken not to reverse profile, and very occasionally something of interest was pointed out. At each site the boat was tied to good strong mooring line, so no damage was done to the reef with anchors. The dive guides were very attentive to our air, and admonished any diver kicking the reef. Everyone of the staff members were considerate, and friendly and were trying hard ...