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Daintree River Cruise

One morning we got up incredibly early and drove up to the town of Daintree for a birding and wildlife river cruise. When we set out it was almost impossible to see more than 100m or so in front but it made for such atmospheric photos. 43 more words

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Bucket List Series: 18. Been to a Rainforest

When I was 15 we did a family trip for my parents’ 25th wedding anniversary to Quatralia for 3 weeks which included time next to the Daintree Rainforest so we took a tour, including time swimming in a little body of water there (fresh water so hopefully no saltwater crocs about!) and a walk through the forest where we saw a Golden Orb spider (which given my uncomfortableness around spiders, I saw from ages away). 18 more words

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Flying high over the Great Barrier Reef

When you’re a travel agent people often think that all you do is go on holidays.

This is far from the truth.. but every once in a while you do get offered some cool opportunities. 527 more words

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Walu Wugirriga

Walu Wugirriga (Mount Alexandra lookout), Daintree National Park, North Queensland

Here is a panorama view from Walu Wugirriga lookout. Magnificent isn’t it!!!

Australia

Rainforest meets Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef stretches 2,000 km along the east coast, covering an area the size of Britain. Where the sea meets the land is an area of pristine rain forest, including mountains, rivers and creeks, but always reaching right down to perfect mangrove fringed, sandy beaches. 667 more words

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Cape Tribulation - Worth it?

During our honeymoon, we spent five nights in Port Douglas, Queensland, AUS.  Port Douglas acted as an incredible jumping off point.  How many places have the world’s oldest rainforest abutting a beach and the Great Barrier Reef?   556 more words

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A JUCY Roadtrip: Day 3 Daintree to Cooktown to Archer Point

Day 3 of the trip was by far our most eventful day- seeing a wild crocodile, getting into a car accident with a giant bird, driving through a forest fire and sleeping under a noose. 1,155 more words

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