Noah Range

Road through a rainforest, Noah Range in the Daintree Rainforest in Northern Queensland

The last section of the Great Barrier Reef Tourist Drive takes you over Noah Range on Cape Tribulation Road. The crossing in the Daintree Rainforest is marked on the approach by a brown sign, Noah Range. Heading north, Noah Range is crossed starting from Noah Beach, just north of Noah Creek and the Madja Boardwalk. … Read more

Crocodylus Village

Communal area at Crocodylus Village in the Daintree Rainforest

Secluded on their own 21 acres of rainforest, get up close and personal with the jungle. Cow Bay Beach is close, only 3km away. Experience the wonders of this ancient world and reconnect with nature in the raw. Stay in one of their Safari Huts right under the jungle canopy, the sights, sounds, and smells of the Daintree … Read more

Ferry (Daintree Ferry)

Daintree River with the ferry heading over with vehicles on it, mountains in the background

When the Daintree Rainforest is being discussed, many think of the area north of the Daintree River and Cape Tribulation. Many also think of the Bloomfield Track, north of Cape Tribulation travelling through to Cooktown, accessible only by 4WD. The 4WD only Bloomfield Track can range from easy to impassable, depending on the conditions. The … Read more

Daintree Village

Welcome to Daintree Village, Eastern Kuku Yalanji Country

Daintree Village was a timber-cutters settlement, created in the 1870s as a base on the Daintree River to log red cedar from the area. The first settlers were John Steuart and Jack Shewan, later joined by Frank Osborne and Heinrich Fischer. The only way into Daintree Village was by river until 1933 when a road … Read more

Fraser Island Barge

Vehicle going onto a barge, Kingfisher Bay at the Fraser Island Barge ramp

The Fraser Island Barge at River Heads is one of two locations to catch a vehicle barge across to Fraser Island. River Heads is between Hervey Bay and Maryborough and is across from the western coast of Fraser Island. The barge heads to the jetty at Kingfisher Bay where the western resort is located.

The Pines

Playground, BBQ, and picnic table in a park, taken at The Pines in Hervey Bay

The Pines is a foreshore park at Harvey Bay at the western end of the bay. It is different to many of the parks along the Hervey Bay foreshore in that it is rocky with less sand. The playground is great, one of the best along the foreshore with the exception of Adventure Side further … Read more

Scarness Park

Scarness Park

Scarness Park is on the Hervey Bay foreshore trail, with all the facilities to enjoy the bay’s beautiful views and beach. Whether you come here passing through along the trail or especially for some recreational time with friends and family, Scarness Park is a great spot to go. There is green grass areas to spread … Read more

Susan River Homestead Adventure Resort

Susan River Homestead Adventure Resort

Susan River Homestead is a resort with horse riding, camping, and accommodation rooms. Set on over 1,600 acres, horse riding is the main attraction, with over 60 horses. The gentle mannered horses cater for all ages and levels of experience. A night ride each month experiences a ride to the river for a dinner by … Read more

Historical Society

Entrance to the Historical Society in Toowoomba, located at Queen's Park

The Toowoomba Historical Society, established in 1949, is a research facility preserving and promoting the history and heritage of Toowoomba. It is located at Queen’s Park Gardens in Toowoomba, next to the entrance archway to the gardens. To Get There Links

Windsong Tea Gardens

Windsong Tea Gardens cabins

Windsong Tea Gardens is a budget cabin site that used to have a cafe and tea gardens. It is still there but the tea gardens side of things is not operating. The gardens more or less still exist but they are not looked after as a tourist attraction. It does still operate as an accommodation … Read more