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This area is known for its endemic birds. But for the non-birdwatcher the area has many quaint towns and some surprisingly good cafes for great lunches. It feels like stepping back in time visiting some of these towns. Because there has been a drought for...More
Van park was on the Southern end of the town and a most pleasant venue. Popular tourist sites where mostly less than 40 minutes away. Weather was better there than Millaa Millaa. Modern shopping centre with a surprising array of general shops in the town....More
We visited the Tablelands in August in our Caravan we camped on a property called Bonadios between Yungaburra and Atherton it was fantastic property. Grassy sites, toilet and showers and more being built. Platypus in the River a short walk from your camp site. Also...More
With a little bit of research you can map out and drive a several hour loop to one wonderful waterfall after another. Stop along the way at the platypus farm and have a crocodile kabob. Very scenic and worth the time. You even get a...More
Hired a car to drive up and visit Kuranda, Lakes Barrine & Tinaroo, coffee tasting in Mareeba, and wine tasting to fill the day. Even drove up to the timber town of Mount Molloy, before coming down from the mountains to Port Douglas, the back...More