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... soak satisfied our lagoon craving. We hit the road again heading on towards Rockhampton. Our 3.5 hour drive took us past many more sugar cane fields, large lush hills and towering trees...and several more dead wallabies lining the road. It is strange to see signs warning to watch for wallabies and koalas along the road, much more exotic than our deer warning signs. We arrived to the inland city of ...
... introduced and quickly took over. They are classed as a pest and they are eating anything that will fit in their mouth. People have to kill them if they see them. This one survived though. She squeezed the glands on it’s back and a white poison came out. This was a problem for anything that eats the Cane Toad. People often swerve on the road just to hit a Cane Toad.
Did some more walking and looking for things until the guide came across another lizard, ...
As I mentioned yesterday, if we had driven the other way we would have been in 1770.
This was a planned visit for today, wish we had longer in this peaceful village. For any of you who haven't yet visited Australia, defiantly a good place to stay, we nearly did.
It was charming. Although we arrived at 8.30am, it was already buzzing, in a quiet way.
Cafes open people having breakfast, boats out in the bay, people walking their dogs.
1770 is the birth ...
... a lot of cattle were drowned on a nearby farm. The crocs stashed the dead cows in secure locations underwater along the river banks and waited for the carcasses to ripen before the feasting began!
The crocs we saw were just entering the breeding season and apparently an earlier tour group got to see some X-rated behavior! The female will lay many eggs in a large nest made of decaying vegetation and river mud. The nest is built now and as the rainey season ...
... as it took you through a lovely estuary and the natural habitat was pretty amazing. She said you would more than likely see crocs on this tour, but if you wanted to be guaranteed to see a croc, and I mean BIG crocs, then the tour along the Daintree River was the one you wanted. So the Daintree it was! I was in the tourist information centre around 9:30am and we were able to be booked onto the 11:45am tour. As we were already in Cape Tribulation we were on the ...