Cape Trib and Daintree rain forest

Yaaaay, we got our van! We’re heading down the east coast hippy style! Oh, wait, we’re going north first. Ignoring weather reports of heavy rain we were just happy to be on the road again (locals said it would be “just a splash of water”, and we would be safe if we returned by the weekend. Did we know they meant “splash” as in the Walibi Splash).

Cape Tribulation

Cape Tribulation is the one place where the rain forest meets the Great Barrier Reef. Unfortunately, due to the weather we couldn’t really see the reef and its colours, but even in the wet season Cape Trib is astoundingly beautiful.

Cape Tribulation beach
Cape Tribulation beach

We didn’t really fancy putting our towels down here though.

As idyllic as it may be in the dry season, now's not really the time to put our towels down and relax. Oh, and did I mention the crocodiles?
As idyllic as it may be in the dry season, now’s not really the time to put our towels down and relax. Oh, and did I mention the crocodiles?

Daintree National Park

There are nice walks around the Daintree National Park, and the jungle in the wet season is just spectacularly green.

Mirror, mirror on the wall - Daintree National Park
Mirror, mirror on the wall – Daintree National Park
Magnificent greens at Daintree National Park
Magnificent greens at Daintree National Park
Spot the intruders at Daintree National Park
Spot the intruders at Daintree National Park
2 crocodile bites out in the Mangrove
2 crocodile bites out in the Mangrove

Me Tarzan, you Jane

If you’re in the neighbourhood, make sure to stop at Mason’s store to jump in the watering hole! There’s a rope… From now on, I go through life as Jane… ;-)

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