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Archive for ‘July, 2016’

Yarrabah – reality hits home in a place called ‘paradise by the sea’

As the crow flies, it’s only about 12km across Trinity Inlet from the bustling Far North Queensland tourist centre of Cairns to the Aboriginal community of…


Riding the ‘rails’ to Kuranda

Few travellers visit Cairns without making a trip to the rainforest village of Kuranda, about 34km up a largely winding mountain range from the city. Of…


Digging deeper at Mossman Gorge

Lush rainforest, water dripping from fern fronds, a gushing river over giant granite boulders and one of the world’s most ancient cultures combine to make a…


Never smile at a you-know-what

Crocodiles are part of life in northern Australia. Just hope that the only place you get close to one is in the safe confines of a…


Lessons to be learned

Life’s challenges come often from what some people like to call the “university of life”, the school that teaches us lessons whether we like it or…