Rose Gums Wilderness Retreat

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

    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

    ... had owned it since 1901 but had a lot of bad luck over the years as 2 of their Homesteads burnt down and in 1929James Clarke died leaving his eldest son Edward running the Station. In 1917 Ed married and they had 10 Children. In 1951 Eddie lost 2 of his sons to Polio which also left his wife crippled. When Eddie retired "Teddie" took over the reins until 1964 when he sold it to Cob and Mary Terry, which must have been a ************* to make! We had ...

    Last day of rally

    A travel blog entry by aa95302 on May 04, 2014

    17 photos

    Up early today to get a shower before the crowds and while the water was still hot. Coffee girls were there early again to help me wake up with a nice coffee. I even got a present... A blueberry muffin. Gee they look After me. First rally event today was the thunder run ( or freedom ride as it has been renamed). Gates opened at 7:30 so we could get into the show ground track and line up in our chapters. Quick run off into the rally site to score a bacon and egg ...

    And the rain came lashing down

    A travel blog entry by kevinsullivan on Feb 08, 2014

    1 photo

    ... travelled along....we arrived at our destination and the heavens opened up again. We had our lunch here but because of the wet weather we declined on the escorted tour of the plantation....We eventually left here and headed off to Mt Malloy on a long straight road with the rain lashing down. We'd passed over the Barron River at Biboohra on the Mareeba Wetlands and everything was ok. As we headed past Lake Mitchell near to Yalkula we noticed that the road ...

    Day 104 - Atherton Tablelands

    A travel blog entry by costin on Jan 11, 2014

    ... too. Australian opening times, particularly at supermarkets are like stepping back in time. It takes some getting used to not having things open at whatever time you fancy. So at this point, we were 0 for 2 with wildlife and food. We stopped at Peterson Creek at the platypus lookout and made that 0 for 3. We even met locals who said they had seen loads of them about an hour earlier. We drove on towards Atherton, which was a slight detour from our intended route to try ...

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    Rose Gums Wilderness Retreat
    Malanda, Australia