A Tropical Aussie Christmas Downunder

It seems like Christmas has turned into a divisive time of year. The threat of terrorism is rife and political correctness raises it’s head once again. Christmas is a happy time of year for us – one where we meet up with friends and family, enjoy good food and company, river swims and try to […]

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Trinity Beach and Beyond in Tropical North Queensland

Imagine. Absorbing the sights and sounds of a world heritage rainforest, or stalking Nemo through a myriad of brilliant coral formations, or best of all spending quality time just wiggling your toes into golden sand at Trinity Beach and beyond.     This is Tropical North Queensland. Cairns City sits at the corner of the […]

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A Walk or three in Kuranda

If you have visited or even heard of Kuranda on the Atherton Tablelands, in North Queensland, chances are you know about the famous Kuranda Markets.  The markets were started by some locals in 1978 to try and attract tourists to the area, and have been uber successful.  Following the success of the original markets that […]

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All Aboard the Kuranda Scenic Railway

CAIRNS  some 1750 km north of Brisbane is the go to city for visitors to the tropical north of Queensland.  If you travel by road from the south, the climatic transition will be a gradual one, but with the relatively cheap airfares available today, flying is a much simpler and time effective way to arrive.  […]

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