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Dismiss This site uses cookies for adverts and to monitor site activity in order to help improve the site. See our Cookie Policy for more information. You can change cookie settings in your browser at any time. Otherwise, we'll assume you're OK to continue. In total she has visited 67 countries plus all the states of Australia except Western Australia, and her goal is to make the century club. Her passion for travel is documented on her Facebook. Photo by Omodei Global Group. Carrying on with our Queensland adventure.

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Due to time constraints we were unable to stop off and see all the sights. Too much to see and so little time. We will be back. We travelled here over 20 years ago when our girls were young and experienced snorkelling on the reef. The tourist brochures suggest you at least spend a week to explore the tropical coast.

Test your nerve at rafting rainforest rivers, be at one with nature in the vast outback, parachute 20, feet to an unspoilt beach, find your inner artist learning Aboriginal handicrafts, taste ocean fresh seafood and lost yourself in an island daydream.

It was a gem hidden in a lovely quiet spot off the highway.

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It was close to all the attractions but far enough to be quiet and peaceful. If we had more time we would have stayed longer. Surrounded by mountains and tropical gardens it was an oasis for birds and butterflies. Fishery creek flows next to the park and as you take a stroll along the path the sound of the falls and birds is very relaxing.

There is a Cape Tribulation girls sex and coffee shop within walking distance and I believe they have a good happy hour. The park has everything you need plus a swimming pool. It was a bit too cold for me to have a swim. Fishery Falls Photo by Rose Howell. It is modern and a popular base for people who want to explore the surroundings. Personally I prefer Townsville but I appreciate that Cairns position is the best for exploring the area. We only spent an hour or so as we were finding it hard to get a park with the van in tow. Heading North of Cairns you start to see how thick the rainforest is and how beautiful the beaches are.

Jasper enjoying a break from the car. Photo by Rose Howell. It was very crowded and we got the last site. Situated across the the road from a beautiful white sandy beach which looks onto the Coral Sea. Many of the s on the beach warn you of croc sightings and to be careful. In particular if you have a dog. We met an older lady who has seen several in the area. Newell Beach. Locals set up. No Crocs today. Newell Beach House. Photo by Rose Howe ll. First stop is Port Douglas an hours drive along one of the most spectacular coastlines north of Cairns. When our girls were little we stayed in Port Douglas so this time we just had a quick drive through to check it out.

It is an expensive spot to shop and stay so onwards we went.

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It is close to the famous four mile beach. If you are interested in making a trip here, check out their website. Cape Tribulation and the Daintree Forest This was one of the best experiences of the trip. It covers an area of square kilometres and is the largest tropical rainforest in Australia.

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The Daintree is one of the few places where the rainforest meets the reef, but it is its antiquity that really sets it apart. It is the oldest intact lowland tropical rainforest in the world. Thought to be around million years old, it is truly one of Earths most precious, living treasures. To put in context:. Aroundyears ago, consecutive ice ages occurred. The rainforest contracted and expanded and animals either adapted to the conditions or disappeared. The Daintree region, which sits within the Wet Tropics, became a refuge for ancient and unique plants and animals.

Within this refuge many species were able to live without reason to change and their descendants today retain many of their primitive characteristics, some dating back million years.

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It includes 12 of the 19 primitive flowering plant families and represents the origins of many of Australias most familiar flora. The highlight of this trip was going to the Daintree Discovery Centre and walking the aerial walkway and the canopy tower. The Walkway is 11m high and a great spot for viewing all the rainforest plants and if lucky the local fauna.

It is very solid and has been built to take wheelchairs and prams. The Tower is 23m high and is cyclone rated not that I want to try it out in a cyclone and has 5 large viewing platforms and you can also get coverage on your phone at the top.

Note: You will lose coverage in the Daintree. You are given an audio guide which is included in the entry price. This makes it easier to go at your own pace. My favourite section was the Jurassic Forest. The dinosaurs were so life like and the children visiting loved them.

A real snake which took us by surprise. Maybe next time. These two meet you at the entrance to Discovery Centre. Dinosaurs at the Discovery Centre.

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Photos by Rose Howell. Onwards to Cape Tribulation Beach. The Rainforest is thick up here and there are many boardwalks you can go on to explore it. Poor Jasper had to spend most of his time in the car whilst we went for short walks.

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Daintree Ice Cream Co Photo by destinationdaintree. Mangrove at Cape Tribulation. Cape Tribulation Beach. At Cape Tribulation we turned around and headed back. So back the way we came was the order of the day. We popped into the Daintree Village for a peek and spent an hour or so looking for crocodiles on the river. We did see some but only through the binoculars. It is a nice small village but I have been told it gets really crowded in the tourist season which is July — Sept. Back to Newell Beach for the night and then it was time to begin the journey back to Mt Isa via Normanton.

That is the next part of this journey. Daintree Village. Newell Beach sunset. She has taken all kinds of transport and accommodation from budget to luxury. She has travelled through war zones, survived a bus accident in the Andes and visited areas that are no longer available to tourists, such as the Khyber Pass and Bamiyan Statues in Afghanistan.

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