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Daintree, Queensland, Australia

When planning our trip to Queensland, we were deciding between an organised tour or a DIY tour of the Daintree region. The plus side of an organised tour was that hubby wouldn’t have to do all the driving (it’s quite a long distance) but the DIY option would give us the flexibility to go where we want and for how long. 597 more words



Australia does this thing where you have to do three month rural work (to help the country or something) to be able to apply for a second year visa. 691 more words

(Near) Death in the Daintree

There’s this rain forest in Australia called the Daintree and I nearly died there at the hands of a madman.

Perhaps I should explain.

Twenty years ago or so I quit a teaching job and took off to see Australia. 1,481 more words

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Australia - Cairns (Part 2 - The Daintree Rainforest & Cape Tribulation)

Just north of Cairns sits the Daintree Rainforest, this is Australia’s largest tropical rainforest and has one of the most complex ecosystems and is the oldest rainforest on the planet with species dating back 110 million years. 474 more words


The World's Oldest Rainforest and a Wet Tropics World Heritage Site!

On our second full day in Cairns we headed out on an all day excursion to explore the Rainforest from Cairns all the way up the coast to Cape Tribulation. 418 more words

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Daintree Village Hideaway

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Day 497

Day 497

Thursday 15 January 2015

The sign says it all…yikes!

Port Douglas