The Mulligan Highway from Mt Molloy to Cooktown, which passes through stunning scenery seems to go on forever!
The Daintree National Park – The heavens opened and it poured with rain, a timely reminder we were approaching the rainforest!
Our journey from Cairns to Palm Cove was a bit different from our usual road trip in our Apollo Motorhome, in fact a lot different!
Our journey north brought us to Cairns in Tropical North Queensland with the rainforest looking lush and green and the sun much hotter!
Paronella Park is midway between Mission Beach and Innisfail on the beautiful inland ‘Canecutter Way’, and is an amazing and fascinating place to visit.
A picture perfect day in Cardwell exactly six months since the category 5 cyclone passed through the area.
Ingham has a large Italian population, in fact more than 50% are of Italian descent, the first of whom came to Australia in the 1890s to work in the sugar cane industry.
The road from the Undara National Park to Innisfail passed through some spectacular scenery.
Lava Tubes were formed by lava flowing from the Undara volcano when it erupted around 190 million years ago.
As soon as we landed on Magnetic Island we got the impression that this was a friendly relaxed and beautiful place and we were going to have a brilliant time.