The Tablelands – Part 3 : Yungaburra to Millaa Millaa

April 21st 2015

  The southern end of the Tablelands is lush and green, with rolling hills and waterfalls, and the climate is perfect for dairy farming.  To get there, head south from Cairns and turn right at Gordonvale.  Follow the winding road …


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Big Things : The Big Captain Cook & Big Marlin, Cairns QLD

April 17th 2015

The Big Captain Cook Located on the Cook Highway as you enter Cairns from the north, the Big Captain Cook is a huge 14m high structure that has even been voted as Australia’s No. 1 Big Thing in one online …

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$100 Day : Cairns by Kate Richards (aka AdventureMumma)

April 13th 2015

  We’d like to introduce a local blogger in Cairns – Kate Richards.  She is a mum to 2 very active kids, prefers the great outdoors to crafting or cooking any day. She is also an adventure and social media …

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Cairns Zoom and Wildlife Dome

Attraction : Cairns Zoom & Wildlife Dome

April 6th 2015

  Imagine a place where you can walk amongst the animals, climb above the treetops and feel on top of the world before floating back to earth.  You can experience all of these things at one place – Cairns Zoom …

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Kuranda

The Tablelands – Part 2 : Kuranda

April 1st 2015

  Nestled in rainforest just 25km from Cairns, Kuranda is an adorable “Village in the Rainforest” with plenty of bohemian character.  Check out the colourful craft markets, indulge in some delicious coffee at one of the many cafes, or get …

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Port Douglas

Town Profile : Port Douglas

March 27th 2015

  We’ve visited Port Douglas three times and found all occasions to be quite pleasant.   The first time was for our birthdays in 2013, when we flew over from Darwin and met up with our friends and family, who …

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Eating Out : The Little Larder, Port Douglas QLD

March 21st 2015

  We drove up to Port Douglas to spend the day and stopped in at the Little Larder for lunch.  What drew us in was their sign that read, “serious sandwiches made by chefs”.  Sandwiches have a lot of potential.  …

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