Paluma National Park – mesmerizing historic arch bridge from 1933

Paluma National Park – mesmerizing historic arch bridge from 1933

Rollingstone Caravan Park We wanted to see Paluma National Park, so we stopped in Rollingstone Caravan Park. Rollingstone Caravan Park is located 62 km north of Townsville, 3 km of the highway, right at the shoreline. It offers various accommodation, including villas, cabins and camping sites. It was the middle of December, so there were not…

Wallaman Falls with stunning 305 meters water drop

Wallaman Falls with stunning 305 meters water drop

After we reached the east coast we started moving very slowly in comparison to the previous stages of our trip. Every time we drive only 50 to 100 kilometers to the next town. The reason was simple – there were so many attractions to see and we did not want to miss anything.  After we…

Amazing Kearneys Falls and Cattana Wetlands

Amazing Kearneys Falls and Cattana Wetlands

In our second week in Cairns, we still had a few places to see. Our plan was to visit Kearneys Falls, Cattana Wetlands, and Barron Gorge Hydro Station. But let’s start from the beginning. After six months of travelling and at least visiting thirty different pools, I must finally say that Nell had made great…

12 Best Tableland and Cairns attractions

12 Best Tableland and Cairns attractions

Regretfully, after two weeks in Port Douglas we ‘cut the roots’ and drove south to Cairns. Port Douglas will remain in our memories for a long time. We will definitely come back here. There were so many Cairns attractions on our list and we could not wait to see them. #1 Cairns Coconut Resort Our…

Vibrant town of Kuranda and Barron Falls

Vibrant town of Kuranda and Barron Falls

The next day we were planning to go to Kuranda and Barron Falls via Black Mountain Road. It has already been our second week in Port Douglas. We love this town so much that we just could not leave. The town’s amazing atmosphere, surrounding mountains, Four Mile Beach, well-supplied shops and the mix of good…

Port Douglas – amazing Four Mile Beach

Port Douglas – amazing Four Mile Beach

The morning welcomed us with rain but it was not surprising at all. After all we were in Daintree National Park. It was never a pleasant feeling when the fabric parts of our trailer were soaked with water like a sponge. It was very warm so we did not complain at all. Fortunately, we did…

Alluring Undara Lava Tubes

Alluring Undara Lava Tubes

Regretfully we had to leave brolgas and wallabies in Karumba and move to our next destination – Undara Volcanic National Park to see the unique Undara Lava Tubes. We had to drive around 520 km again as there was not much on the way – just a few small towns. Saying goodbye to brolgas On…