Mackays Mission Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... due to the height you're at, but the rush is huge especially when you take a moment to realise what you're doing. Then before I knew it, after free-falling 10,000ft in 1 little minute, the parachute was released and yanked us upwards harshly - potentially one of the happiest moments in my life with the realisation that I was not about to plunge to my ending anymore. The parachute down was still slightly nerve-racking as we were still above the clouds, ...
... atmosphere with new facilities and a huge, rarely used pool. The next day we decided to travel back to Mission to see the famous beach... Unfortunately we were a bit disappointed. The sand had a lot of debris from the sea and the water was very murky... Maybe we just had high standards after Cape Trib and South America? However, it was delightfully warm so we had a paddle in the water, had a sunbathe then made our way back to camp. The campsite was not that busy but there were a ...
... plummeting into a swimming hole, located deep in the rainforest. The water was freezing cold and as we swam close to the waterfall, it literally took your breath away. Swimming through it, you could see rainbows through the water where the light refracted. It was gorgeous! We got back on the road bound for Innisfail. I was keen to see this town as this is where Helly spent lots of her time in Oz and is where Brigga's family's from. To be honest, there ...
... honey moon 53 years ago and has been back reguarly since. We followed his advice and now we here - and what a little gem it is! We went along a little windy road up some hills, down some others, past some nice houses on 5 acre blocks and came to this little bay with rainforest down to the waters edge, a caravan park and shop, a few BBQ's along the foreshore and we are camped 50 metres from the ocean (in heaven.) ...
... in the water but wasn't really sure what it was. There was a few tarpans caught but thrown back. After getting snapped off I was hooked I was being a bit greedy and should of let Adam down a lot sooner because not long after I had swapped him places he had caught his first ever Barramundi. The smile on his face was priceless, he said it was a great fight but only himself and Chris witnessed it. Once I saw the fish I knew that's what I had seen on my line earlier. ...