Rose Gums Wilderness Retreat

Address: Land Road, via Lake Eacham -Atherton Tablelands, Malanda, Queensland, Australia | 4 star ranch
 
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This 4 star ranch is located on Land Road, via Lake Eacham -Atherton Tablelands, Malanda.
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Travel Blogs from Malanda

Farewell to Cairns, Hello Townsville & Magnetic

A travel blog entry by minionmayhem on Oct 06, 2014

12 photos

... we woke up and went for a farewell Brecky at one of our favourite spots and boarded our first Greyhound bus for a 6hour journey to Townsville! Townsville - We had an 8bed dorm for the night, watched the Manunited game in the Casino (obviously) and hit the sack as we were up early the next day for a ferry to Magnetic Island. MAGNETIC ISLAND - After the ferry we got on a bus which does a loop of all the bay's on Magnetic Island. We only had a couple of hours left when we ...

Wham Bam What a Wallaby!

A travel blog entry by minionmayhem on Sep 27, 2014

35 photos

... this home-baking) which had spikes of rock sticking out from it, and cobwebs attached and you had to crawl through. There was a lot of, dragging your belly across the rubble cave floor, using just your hands if you couldn't quite move your feet as some of the holes were lower than a coffin. You would then pull yourself out and it would open up into an amazingly open and lovely cave which we would climb up (Joe - like a spider monkey. Me - like a baby lizard with slippery ...

50 Shades of Farming...

A travel blog entry by minionmayhem on Jul 19, 2014

2 comments, 72 photos

... that you speak of?" It waaaaaaas... RONNIE (named after Ronaldo, obviously) the stray dog who wandered miles in to the Aussie Bush and found us. Joe and I had to look after him for the night and it was amaaaazing! He was such a cutie (don't tell Mayzee I said that though) but he just fitted right in. Tail wagging every time he saw us. We fed him some cat food off the farmers and put a little potato sack down in our room and he ...

Tea and tree kangaroos

A travel blog entry by sueton on Jul 15, 2014

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... 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 ...

Normonton to Innot Springs

A travel blog entry by maribru on Jul 01, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... which by the way is exquisitely run) It is called Bedrock Caravan Park. The Guide was very informative and had a wealth of knowledge and had worked at Kakadu. We walked up to the top of a Crater at the Undara Volcanic National Park, then on to the Lava Tubes, which were created by forming a sort of skin while the hot hot Lava still poured through the inside. When it finished running then became a hollow Tube/Tunnel hence "Lava Tubes" . It was a BIG day ...

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Rose Gums Wilderness Retreat
Malanda, Australia