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Wet Tropics World Heritage Area: Tours & Tickets

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31 Jul 2015
“Davies Creek is well worth a visit....awesome views”
30 Jun 2015
“So many beautiful areas”
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Davies Creek is about 20kms south west of Cairns....it is signposted but to get to the Falls is around 15kms off road.....you really need an sub or four wheel drive.....if you go rights up to the falls there is a pool for swimming and awesome views.
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Recommended drives that we undertook include: > Captain Cook Highway between Cairns and Port Douglas ("where the rainforest meets the reef") and > Gillies Highway off Bruce Highway from Cairns to Yungaburra and the Atherton Tablelands Both involve very windy roads but the
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The Wet Tropics World Heritage area covers a few areas including around Kuranda but I want to write about the coastal drive from Cairns to Port Douglas. The stretch from the northern beaches of Cairn for about 20-25km thru Ellis Beach and onwards is a perfect scenic drive. It is
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We did the round trip: Cable Car ride to Kuranda Village and back on the train, $ 70 AUD pp for 6hr non-stop fun and entertainment for all the family. The tour is exceptionally well paced and so varied, it holds interest the entire time. The first part is a 7 km cable car ride
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Kuranda is a tourist town. Accessed via road, train or cable car, they come to check out the views of Barron Falls & the various lookouts such as Wrights Lookout, buy a souvenir and then head back to coastal accommodation all in a day. I however decided to stay a few.
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