Daintree Rainforest Retreat
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I realised I had left the base plate of the Trailermate on the ground. U turn time and back we go. I retraced our steps and managed to go the wrong way into the car park. Never mind, there was the base still sitting on the ground. I despatched Rosemary to get it whilst I turned to face the correct way. Off to Mareeba again, this time we made it. We stopped at the substantial museum complex on the way into town. This has got ...
... photos! There were no parking spaces in Port Douglas town centre so we drove up to the lookout at took photos then carried on to Daintree Rainforest where we planned on spending most of the day. To get to the rainforest we had to get on a 'ferry' which we sat waiting in a queue of cars for ages to get on and it was only a platform across the river about 100 metres in distance but it was so slow! On the other side of the ferry we were straight into ...
... checking registrations on vans and cars, ensuring a regulated limit of stay, but we still managed to squib an extra 24 hours which was beaut. We had booked and intended to stay in Townsville for a couple days, but cancelled the booking from Balgal and actually drove through without going into this city. It was very busy with lots roadworks happening and Ross not happy to navigate through highly built up areas in large cities, towing the caravan. After a visit to Billabong ...
... up close and personal. After our arrival and docking, Naomi, Vicki, Carrie and Gayl get suited up (very flattering - not!) and make their way to the helmet station. The helmet is really heavy - 35 kg! - it's hooked up and you move underneath it and they lower it down to sit on your shoulders and you proceed down stairs to arrive at the platform. It's very disorienting as the helmet magnifies things and your depth perception is totally off. Once ...
... 10 or so doing the scuba experience that PADI offer, and the remainder were snorkeling. So we set off and travelled the hour and half to the dive site, completing all the usual paperwork and waivers as we went. Then as we reached the dive site the crew went into a slightly confusing hyperdrive. Kit and dive guide allocation, pick up weight belt, get kitted up, a rapid and not very informative dive brief, jump in and we were off! It ...