Daintree Rainforest Retreat
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... things and collected sea life by free diving to the bottom where appropriate. Although I missed it, we saw a reef shark - harmless I am told! There was also a large fish four or five feet in length with a nasty scar and "chunk" out of his back. The crew called him Chunky because of this. He had been caught in a propellor some five weeks earlier. He returned each day and enjoyed being fed as his wound healed. The reef really was something very special ...
... sure is fast and comfortable. We made the 90 minute trip in air conditioned comfort sipping on coffee and cold drinks as we flew across the water.
And what a floating activity platform, felt like we were in some futuristic science fiction book. Bright blue sky and water, brilliant sun, copious selection of food and beverages, comfy chairs and a bewildering array of options of activities. More than anyone could sample in the time available.
... re average surf club menu. If you are ever up this way I would recommend a visit to the Surf Club - the best food we have had in North Queensland.
We drove up to Daintree National Park and through beautiful rainforest to Cape Tribulation. This point will be as far north as we will be going this trip, as the road to Cooktown and Cape York gets a little too extreme for our caravan. Harrison loved the ...
Well here we are saying our goodbyes to Linda, Terry & Conner vowing it wont be 22 years to our next reunion. Terry asked where's our destination today again l said "I don't know somewhere north", we are trying to get to Cooktown would like to put the pig over the Bloomfield track.
Anyway off we plod up to Port Douglas for a look. Did we mentioned we have encountered some wind lately. It has been blowing a foul south westerly for ...
... campsite we were lucky to be at the back not on the beach front because during the night the bats would eat the nuts in the trees and drop them on top of the cars and caravans and make an almighty noise.
Monday morning we all went for a walk along the beach front at Wonga, making sure we didn't go close to the water (crocs), Emily found a huge man made swing which could fit three kids on it. On the ...