Cassawong Cottages

Address: 47-51 Reid Road, Wongaling Beach, Mission Beach, Queensland, 4852, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 47-51 Reid Road, Wongaling Beach, is near Mission Beach, Calypso Adventures, Quick Cat Cruises, and Spa of Peace & Plenty.
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      Travel Blogs from Wongaling Beach

      Mission Beach - 14,000 feet over it to be exact

      A travel blog entry by laurenfaye on Oct 05, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... to do much but still, it made me feel a hell of a lot better. The video itself of the dive is definitely worth the money I paid though, especially compared to the hand camera versions. Anyways, back to the skydive. So, after our safety briefing and mastering of the plane exit banana position (legs back, head back, spine arched) we were geared up and ferried into a minibus to the airfield. On a side note, we saw a cassowary on the way at the side of the road ...

      One Mans Dream

      A travel blog entry by mlndawn on Aug 25, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... these pols look shallow but are over a metre deep The rainforest all over this area has impressed me but I think this area went a little bit furthar - the buttressed tree roots and trunks, the ferns growing on trees, the moss on the rocks and the tall trees trying to reach the canopy for light. I even saw a male brush turkey scratching around and making his mound in the hope of attracting a female to ...

      Rollingstone and Hull Heads / Tully

      A travel blog entry by sergeantdeleeuw on Jul 24, 2014

      4 photos

      ... s not until around midday or one o'clock that it starts to fill up again. We then stayed put for the next couple of days. It was a little luxury to have our caravan hooked up to a mains water supply. Our solar panels were getting plenty of sunlight, even though we set up on the shady side of the park (so glad now we got the portable panels and not the ones mounted to the roof of our van), so we had water, power and we weren't spending a cent! One of the places ...


      A travel blog entry by scoey on Jun 09, 2014

      6 photos

      ... and then the rain had started.

      It continued raining all night and we got 30 ml - Sunday was no better - it just did not stop. We had to get out the van so went to the RSL for a very nice lunch but left before the 2pm bingo calling started. It rained all night - more than 50 ml - meaning we had over 80 ml or 3 inches since we arrived on Friday. Our microwave blew up at tea time - not sure why, but everything worked except ...

      Mission Beach

      A travel blog entry by craiga on Apr 25, 2014

      ... early night as we could hardly keep our eyes open. Day two was at least sunny so we headed for a walk down the beach before heading to buy food. As we arrived at the beach the skydivers were landing it was pretty cool to see! We both really want to do one, why is Australia so expensive?? The afternoon was spent playing cards again before another walk down the beach this time with the camera. At night we had a few drinks in the hostel and Craig played in the killer pool competition. ...