Rose Gums Wilderness Retreat
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Conference facilities
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... all they did for us and for being our Aussie family! And cannot wait for them to come to England and meet all of our Pommy families! Friday night we were spoilt again as the great FNQ Heat boys put me and Joe up (very kindly, as always) and all the Cairns Clan met up for an amaaaazing farewell meal at the Green Ant Mexican Cantina which does unbelievable Mexican grub! We stuffed our faces and drank a ton. Had a great night and spent the next day chilling out hungover, ...
... within them. They are traditionally pig hunting dogs. They are very friendly and happy and love their walks. We run them in their said groups twice a day. Which works out about 20km a day so you can imagine the sweaty state of me and Joe. We strap a harness around our waist, attach it to the dogs and run, or cycle. The slight problem with the bike is that...there are no brakes! So when they need to run in to the bushes for a wee, you get pulled along with them so dig your ...
... bird and plant life, a Gondowanda garden of plants through time and an Aboriginal bush medicine section. I still didn't see the elusive Cossowary and I refuse to go to the zoo to see one, but did manage to see an Orange Footed Scrubfowl (which are dime a dozen apparently) and it, like the Brush Turkey builds mounds to incubate its eggs. These mounds seem disproportionate to its size ...
... Mareeba info centre was worth the stop because we picked up a ballon flyer with standby rates - an instant phone call got us on the list, they will let us know between 7 and 8 pm if we can go tomorrow. Mareeba rodeo ground camping, is one of the pick up locations so we camped there with 250 other vans, $17 very good. Rode our bikes around the grounds, played with the horses, observed the Roos and chatted to other campers. Our call came at 7 pm, so early to ...
... great rainforest boardwalk to the twin Kauri trees - enormous. We loved the picturesque village of Yungaburra with its 18 heritage listed buildings, it is Australia's largest national trust village. On the outskirts is the enormous curtain fig tree - wow it seemed to take 10 minutes to walk around it. A short drive away on the shores of lake Tinaroo is the Afghanistan ...