Nothing Can Prepare You for The Daintree

Daintree village is a tiny riverside community with a dramatic mountain backdrop and a lovely feel to it. However once you cross the river you are in the Daintree proper. Fittingly, crossing the Daintree River is no ordinary experience- it’s one of the last remaining car ferries in Australia and adds to the sense of entering a […]

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A Walk on the Wildside

Narawntapu National Park. With no ideas where to sleep I scanned quickly the map and saw this green patch and thought what a curious name… What a great option. We arrived with our tummys rumbling for some food, we looked for a spot to park and eat with a view. . Walking on a path […]

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Meeting the Locals

Tassie – The Natural State and they are dam right! About one quater of Tasmania is given to national parks and reserves and let me tell you this place is Jam-packed with wild-life, We have been meeting the locals since day one and with a shy start now we are totally amognst them. At dusk […]

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Purling Brook Falls

The track leads you around the top of the escarpment, crossing a wooden bridge over a small rocky creek, descending into a valley with thick rainforest. You will stop. You need to. In front of you there is Purling Brook Falls, plunging more than 100m into the valley. It’s definitely spectacular. The view is impressive from every angle, and […]

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Get Lost in the Wilderness

Inland from the lights of the gold coast you’ ll find areas almost untouched of subtropical rainforest. Eucalyptus forest clings to the hillside round the gorges and falls, such as witches falls and cedar creek falls. The walking trails to the latter, and to Cameron falls have spectacular look outs. The McPherson range has plenty to offer. Alas, bush turkeys […]

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GO WILD

I lie watching the ever-changing scene in front of me, completly absorbed in the sorroundings.. I am in the deep woods, lying on the ground staring into the heart of a fire. And this is not just any old fire: it is my very own fire. Made by striking flint against steel, built on a […]

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