Crater Lakes Rainforest Cottages

Address: 17 Eacham Close, Yungaburra, Queensland, 4884, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 17 Eacham Close, Yungaburra.
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    Travel Blogs from Yungaburra

    Night of the Tree Kangaroo

    A travel blog entry by redhalo on Jul 14, 2015

    3 photos

    ... cows (which didn't last long) and tried some of the cheeses. Drove back to Yungaburra and checked into our accommodation which is really nice. They have sweet lime trees which are apparently a cross between oranges and limes. They were really tangy but sweet at the same time. We're off platypus spotting next and a night canoe after a bbq supper. Fingers crossed for a bit of luck! 23:00 We were so lucky on our walk! We saw a tree kangaroo in the daylight and got ...

    Batty about snakes and other wildlife

    A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Apr 25, 2015

    1 comment, 47 photos

    ... sites and shower blocks before checking in. Despite looking a little taken aback the receptionist said fine, and gave us a map of the area. It looked very nice as the camping sites are surrounded by rainforest, so off we trotted.

    We were passing where the statue of the Cassowary stood when I did a double take - it was moving. The first thought in my brain was, 'Good grief, they have fitted the model with a motor!' A second later I realised it was real female ...

    "... a treasure trove of natural wonders"

    A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Jan 22, 2015

    70 photos

    ... was still awful – it was almost not worth having a shower because the instant you were dry from water you would be wet from sweat. The trend of hot and sunny days followed by an afternoon thunderstorm continued, but we seemed to avoid the worst of it and could just see the storms in the distance.

    We briefly stopped at a place called Tully, which is proud of the fact that it is the wettest place in Australia and has a 7.9m gumboot ...

    Hillbilly Australia!

    A travel blog entry by richandmarkinoz on Jan 17, 2015

    19 photos

    ... As there was no TV anywhere, we then played a few slightly drunken games of Jenga before heading to bed. Part of me wishes we'd just carried on playing Jenga...trying to sleep in a room with no air con when it's about 30 degrees and 70-80% humidity is not fun....especially for two people who run hotter then your average person in the first place!! I ended up sleeping under a damp cold towel to actually get to sleep!! Needless to say, we would not recommend this ...

    Our trip to Yungaburra

    A travel blog entry by court-n-keiran on Aug 15, 2014

    4 comments, 12 photos

    ... rainfall for the town of 7.9 metres! Their average rainfall is over 4 1/2 metres. We drove up and had a look at the Tully Gorge and hydro electric power station and the hundreds of acres of banana fields! It is a beautiful area.

    On Saturday morning we head off for a weekend of sightseeing. We called into the Tully markets which were a bit of a fizza! Just a couple of stalls along the Main Street. We drove to Mission beach after that and cooked ...