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Where the forest meets the sea: Discovering the Daintree Rainforest

So we’ve agreed that the 1,565 kilometre journey from Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory to the Queensland coast is best not mentioned here. We’ve left the cuttings of that story on the editing room floor out of a deep concern for you. 1,132 more words


We Went Down Under! The Daintree edition

On our third day in Port Douglas we took our rental car and headed north towards the Daintree National Park. It is apparently the oldest rain forest in the world, which is certainly of consequence on it’s own. 638 more words


Top 3 places to visit in tropical Queensland 

1. Mossman Gorge

Mossman gorge is home to the Kuku Yalangi tribe, the traditional aboriginal owners of the area. Mossman gorge is a breath-taking area of natural beauty in the Daintree National Park. 223 more words


Port Douglas, Australia - More Than Just A Couples Destination.

Port Douglas has to be one of the nicest places I have been too in Australia. Situated in Tropical Far North Queensland (TFNQ) about an hour or so’s drive from Cairns, this small piece of paradise has a lot more to offer than just a romantic  weekend getaway for couples. 591 more words


WPC: Dense

Dense, let’s talk about the thickness of the air in the world’s oldest rainforest, Daintree. Everything here seems to weigh down on you. The air brimming with humidity. 110 more words


Adventures in Cairns

My three days in Cairns were certainly action packed! Day one involved a day trip to the Great Barrier Reef. I’d already snorkelled on the Reef once before down at the Whitsundays, and on this trip there was almost no wind and as result the views in the water were incredible, it felt like you could see for miles. 203 more words

Big Trip

Where Two World [Heritage Site]s Collide

Our plans for Cairns were possibly the most wishy-washy out of all the places we’d been thus far on our East Coast journey. We had a whole week to psyche ourselves up for our trip into the outback, and what better way to prepare for plus-40oC dry heat than spend a week in cool and rainy Cairns? 2,799 more words