Castaways Resort & Spa Mission Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Expensive but beautiful! Shame they couldn't cater for us all for dinner.
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Ok so probably should have started this sooner as my memory is **** but here goes ... So decided to travel Australia in the March and set off on April the 14th. Let me tell you the flights are not fun (if you was James because I slept like 20hrs of 28 travelling). We landed in Brisbane and was met at the airport by my auntie Jo and stayed at her …
Today the whole family are being taken over to Dunc island which is just across from mission beach. Trent's in-laws have a couple of boats and have kindly agreed to take us across to the island. Everyone packed a picnic lunch to take over to have on the island which was pretty cool. We all went over in the speedboat which was amazingly cool and …
... sand castles under the shade of palm trees, with the view of Dunk and Bedarra Islands in front of them. Visited the Murdering Creek Winery. Grape vines don't grow up here because it is too hot and wet. So they make wine from tropical fruits. The winery name was awesome so we just had to visit. Apparently the Aboriginal tribe that lived on this point of land used to eat any survivors of shipwrecks. Thus Murdering Point. Purchased three bottles of wine to try. Could be ...
... But after a day of sunny weather and poolside reading the weather turned. Rain, rain ,rain not pool weather.
Tully is a sugar cane town some thirty kilometres south. It has a sugar mill with tours. With the weather so wet we decided this was the time to tour. Donning the hard hat and safety vest we toured the mill for two hours. At times it was so loud especially where they crush the cane and separate the sugar juice from the fibre called ...
... croc I saw wasn't big enough to even make a handbag let alone a pair of shoes. We did however enjoy a nice sundowner at Tully Heads.
The weather forecast was looking much better so we extended our stay and booked ourselves to go white water rafting on the Tully river. We were picked up early the following morning and taken out to the Falugia Pub where we met the bus coming down from Cairns and were then driven through banana ...