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Left Ingham about 9 o'clock, having a leisurely drive to Flying Fish Point. It's only about 160kms so we are not in a rush. Went through Cardwell, Tully and a few other little towns. Reached Innisfail about lunchtime and had to find a Toyota dealer. No nothing wrong this time, we have had a recall notice for a couple of things - the pull & the timing belt. They had to replace the timing belt at ...
Unless you live in Alice Springs or similar, you won't really appreciate how it feels when you see the ocean again. Even though we had just been in Adelaide the previous fortnight, it still feels so special to see, smell and hear the sea.
We drove out of Charters this morning, had a quick look-see, mentally planned to re-visit here in a few weeks, and headed for the coast.
Well, just out of Townsville at a required loo stop, the ...
... which is a raging torrent. We were disappointed that we missed white water rafting at Tully but that place has nothing on this apparent creek. As we settle in for the night I hear Peter cursing again F### Queensland as driving rain continues. Yep some days are like that you can't always have sunshine and lollipops yeah Queensland raining one day ******* down the next. Not to fear Kimmy has booked our meeting point at Karumba for next Sunday where sunshine and lollipops are ...
... we didn’t go to the island, we did find other ways to entertain ourselves. Our hostel rented bikes for very cheap, so we took a morning to cycle along the coastal pathway through town. The whole thing was 14km one way, and was an amazing cycle. We also took a side trip to go to the end of an 868m pier, once used for exports until it was decommissioned in the 80’s. It used to be 1km long, but when ...
... so quite large - the chick was about the size of a large Turkey. Male cassowaries have been known to kill people with their powerful kick and sharp claw so there are warnings everywhere to "be cass-O-WARY". We were really happy to have seen this bird as it was our final chance in this area - known as the Cassowary Coast. Somehow we managed a light dinner in the motel restaurant to finish of the feast day. It was really interesting and informative and great to meet so many ...