North Queensland, Australia, 1998

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In August 1998 Peter and I did fly to Cairns. 60 km north of Cairns is tropical Port Douglas, where we stayed at a Radison Reef Resort. Our travel agent had booked everything for us. Quite a few coach tours were included during our wonderful five day stay in North Queensland.

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Views of Cairns and the lush coast from the famous Kuranda Scenic Railway

One of our tours led us to this beautiful Scenic Railway.

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This is an aerial view of Cape Tribulation where two World Heritage areas meet, The Grat Barrier Reef and the rainforest.

One of our bus tours took us as far north as Cape Tribulation.

8 thoughts on “North Queensland, Australia, 1998

  1. At Cape Tribulation civilisation comes to an end. From there only four-wheel-drive vehicles are allowed. Port Douglas and the Daintree Forest are amazing places.

    1. I loved these places. I wished we could go there again for another holiday like it! 🙂
      Reading glasses and dental procedures may take up a lot of our savings this year. What do you think, Berlioz, will there still be enough left for a little trip up north? 🙂

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