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Ben and Lee (one of our house mates) went to play golf the other day so here's a few pics. I won't tell you how many shots it took them lets just saw they were there quite a while!! Lee got attacked by a bird - one with wings that is and Ben managed ...
... hour drinks, dinner and a chat before retiring for the night. Saturday 20th July. At 9.30 am we headed off to Skybury Coffee, Australia's oldest coffee plantation. We booked on the 10.30 am tour and the price of the tour included as many coffee's as you ...
... and had so many random experiences. They will always remain with me, popping up at random times to make me smile, thinking back. I leave Australia in less then a week now, and I'm ready to go on to the next phase of my adventure, but it's been ...
... Cooktown so was only a cat three before it went back out to sea. We had again met people who had made our trip around Australia memorable and treated us like long lost family, we again left with more friends, I really don't want it too sound like a ...
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137 Leotta Road, Mareeba, Queensland, Australia
Kennedy Highway Route 1, Mareeba, Queensland, Australia
Experience the ballooning capital of Australia, when you see Ballooning with Hot Air Cairns. Its just like a balloon festival every day! Come flying & enjoy the wonder, romance & silence of the Australian bush as you see kangaroos & Australian wildlife from a very different perspective. Before lift off see the spectacle of a hot air balloon inflating, then gently float over gum trees. Departs daily; Cairns, Port Douglas, Palm Cove or self drive.
P.O. Box 1122, Mareeba, Queensland, Australia
Visitors can stroll through a section of the coffee plantation, see a coffee harvester close up, and enjoy the dry temperate climate in acres of native gardens. Birdlife abounds, and the Skybury team have included a generously-sized soft release pen where recovering native wildlife can be re-introduced to Bushland surroundings.