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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


Daintree & Cape Tribulation

My next day trip took my north, to the world’s oldest rainforest (the Daintree Rainforest) for a hike and some croc spotting.

We started with a stop at Alexandra Range Lookout in the rainforest, for a lovely view. 370 more words

6 Months Of Travel

Camper-vaning, Cape Tribulation, Daintree National Park, Australia (2)

I awaken to the orchestra of noise on day two of camper-van life. It has rained non stop all night and at the moment the storms seem to have depleted. 323 more words


Camper-van, Daintree National Park, Australia

Our travel plans have led us to deciding to travel down the east coast of Australia. It seems appropriate to do so in the same style as most by camper-van. 345 more words


Cairns, Daintree Rainforest & Cape Tribulation

Back in Australia, the east coast trip started in Cairns (beginning of January). We booked a tour to discover the Daintree Rainforest, Port Douglas and Cape Tribulation. 526 more words


New Year's Eve in The Great Barrier Reef

Our last stop in Australia was Cairns – where we would relax by the sea and spend the New Year’s Eve.

The tropical north, Cairns is a laid back city in Queensland. 1,313 more words


Port Douglas - QLD, Where the Rainforest meets the Reef

13th, 14th & 15th January 2017:

We’ve just driven 1030 miles to Port Douglas in Tropical North Queensland to the highest point on our journey. It took us twenty hours and a three day drive in torrential rain and a testing climate. 1,550 more words