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Wow what a beautiful jurassic like bay were the jungle that meets the beach is natural untouched rainforest. There is a small caravan park which I thought was a shame as the bay is not very big and seems over crowded.
After having lunch in Oliver's Deli in Innisfail, it was suggested to drive down to Etty Bay, to see the Cassowary. It didn't disappoint us. Wandering around the table and cars, before sitting at edge of beach.
the beach itself has had a recent makeover...More
This is a pretty beach area and there are supposed to be cassowaries. We didn't see any at the beach. However, as we were leaving there was one cassowary scratching for food on the side of the road. So cute!
An amazing bay where tourists go to see Cassowarys in the wild. None there when we went but was during nesting season. Dark sand and beautiful weathered rocks make for some amazing photo opportunities.
After spotting the local mascot a large male Cassowaryon the road we turned the corner to find Etty Bay. Almost empty of visitors with a little cafe to serve you lunch. Basic but facilities were fine.clean beach and safe swimming
Driving down to Etty Bay was a delight with the road taking us through canefields then up and over a hill to end at this delightful little bay. Great place for a swim or just to sunbathe. There is a cafe and store nearby and...More