Coral Sea Villas Port Douglas
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... tropical city of 13,000 with a large rainforest, our initial destination. This rainforest is the oldest in the world and a World Heritage site. A long aerial tram (gondola) ride whisked us over the dense ...
... about 300 feet. Areas along the shore that were exposed as dry land during the Ice Age were again flooded leaving old river beds and aboriginal settlements at the bottom of the rising Coral Sea. The modern corals are growing on the foundation of ancient corals starting another cycle of coral growth and ecosystem development.
The coral reefs of the GBR are perhaps the most biologically diverse ecosystems on the planet closely followed only by ...
Thursday: CAIRNS BOTANICAL GARDENS: explore and learn about tropical plant flora and horticulture. Located in the Australian rainforest Queensland. The unique garden interpretive center was the recipient of the 2012 Eddie Oribin Award for Building of the Year. Garden is also the location of Tanks Arts Centre a contemporary arts venue, hosting music, performance, theatre and visual art. Tanks is a historical artifact as the site ...
... working hours somewhere else.
To sum it up the first couple of days the two of us basically spent on handing out CVs, walking around town, getting to know the hostel and most importantly meeting a lot of new people from all around the world. Luckily the two of us didn’t have to wait too long for a job opportunity because after the first couple of days Marion got invited for a trial at one of the Seafood Restaurants. Another two trials followed at two ...
... drive to Mossman was very wet and with only one umbrella between us it was looking like it could be a wet walk to the Gorge. Celie volunteered to stay in the car and skip the walk but instead we decided to kill time and check out the Mossman church as well. Interestingly both the Port Douglas and Mossman churches seem fairly modern, but as you can see from the pics, the Catholic school has been around a while. ...