From the story book ‘Where the Forest meets the Sea’ the Daintree is the only place on earth where two world heritage sites collide. The mossy green ancient tribal lands are home to the oldest living prehistoric predator and giant bird from the Jurassic era.
If you are planning a trip to the Atherton Tablelands there’s no shortage of things to do and see. If dancing birds and kangaroos that climb trees aren’t enough; the picturesque area rich in birds, wildlife, history, national parks, magical waterfalls, local food and wine will convince you to plan the perfect getaway.
If you are planning a trip to the Atherton Tablelands there’s no shortage of things to do and see. If dancing birds and kangaroos that climb trees aren’t enough; the picturesque area rich in birds, […]
We look forward to returning to Lumholtz Lodge after visiting a few years before. During our last visit, we met Geoffrey the adorable tree kangaroo made famous by photographers and wildlife publications from around the […]
Lady Musgrave Island appears in front of us after 2 hours of steaming into the open ocean. A sheltered blue lagoon so clear the reefs and fish are visible underneath, surround the island’s white sandy […]
Short stumpy legs slide in the mud as the three baby elephants mischievously overtake us on the path at the elephant sanctuary. We catch up with them when they stop for their favourite juicy plants […]
Camping is an affordable way to explore the Whitsundays. With gorgeous bays, secluded beaches, coral reefs and over 30 campsites to choose from it is the ultimate camping experience. Camping We camped on Whitehaven Beach […]
A hearty welcome from tribes decorated in vibrant beads, long-legged pink flamingos, safaris with lions and leopards, newborn Rothschild giraffes, chubby baby elephants in mud baths, scrumptious campfire food are all only some of the […]
Explore the quaint cobblestone streets of Cusco with colourful locals, their adorable llamas and the ancient mystical Machu Picchu. Discover snowy mountain peaks and turquoise lakes of the Andes. Encounter authentic villages that still practice […]
Wild dingoes, white sandy beaches, unpredictable oceans and pristine wilderness make camping one of the best ways to experience Fraser Island. With a choice of remote and private bush campsites to fenced campsites with facilities, […]