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All Places in ‘Things to Do Qld’

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    The Crystal Caves

    The Crystal Caves invites you to experience one of Australia’s best private collections of mineral specimens, crystals and fossils from around the world.  Visitors of all ages are encouraged to see, touch and photograph this lesser known facet of our natural history. Home

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    Midnight Emporium

    From it’s origins in Northern Australia’s Gulf Country, Midnight Emporium and Sud Up Soap specialise in a unique range of handcrafted original exotic soaps. Made from natural materials our soaps include olive oil soaps, goat milk soaps and crocodile oil soaps. We design and create a comprehensive selection of exotic read more

  • Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures

    Welcome To Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures Located just 40 minutes north of Cairns and 25 minutes south of Port Douglas, Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures is simply the best place to see crocodiles and local wildlife in Tropical North Queensland. With over 2100 metres of timber boardwalks and pathways leading you on a read more

  • Kurunda Koala Gardens & Birdworld

    Kurunda Koala Gardens Kuranda Koala Gardens is Kuranda’s newest wildlife attraction! Situated in the heart of Kuranda, this attraction gives you the opportunity to see some of Australia’s most unique wildlife up close. We have a variety of wildlife for you to see including:- Koalas, Freshwater Crocodiles, Kangaroos and Wallabies, read more

  • Gilberton Outback Retreat

    There is plenty to see and do at Gilberton if your heart so desires. Enjoy abundant wildlife on a leisurely walk, a guided tour, or even sit back and watch the wildlife from your room. Bird lovers will have plenty of twitching opportunities! Part of Gilberton is a Nature Refuge read more

  • Lake Placid (Nani)

    Stroll along the bank beside the lake—actually part of the Barron River—for scenic views of the steep, forested slopes of the lower Barron Gorge and the white-water rapids of the Barron River. Enjoy a picnic in the shade. Be crocwise—estuarine crocodiles ( http://www.ehp.qld.gov.au/wildlife/livingwith/crocodiles/estuarine_crocodile.html ) are found in the lower Barron read more

  • Wrights Lookout Barron River Falls

    Wrights lookout (Grade: easy) Distance: 3 km return Time: Allow about 1 hr walking time Details: From the Barron Falls car park, walk along Wrights lookout road to Wrights lookout, which offers wide-ranging vistas over Barron Gorge, towards the city of Cairns and the coast. Return along the same track. read more

  • Din Din Barron Falls Lookout

    http://www.nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/barron-gorge/about.html#getting_there_and_getting_around#get_there Din Din Barron Falls lookout (Grade: easy) Distance: 1.2 km return Time: Allow about 40 mins walking time Details: An elevated, wheelchair-accessible (with assistance) boardwalk suspended high above the forest floor winds through lush, rainforest canopy to the Barron Falls lookouts and Barron Falls railway platform. Enjoy views over read more

  • Barramundi Discovery Centre

    The Les Wilson Barramundi Discovery Centre in Karumba is the only hatchery in the world to breed the Southern Gulf strain of Barramundi Barramundi Discovery Centre – Shop & Tour Hours: Open 7 days (*During Tourism Season) Tours: Monday to Friday tour starts at 10.30am and1.30pm. Saturday and Sunday tour read more

  • Tableland Regional Gallery

    The Tableland Regional Gallery displays a stunning variety of local and regional art and touring exhibitions from around Australia. Open Tue – Sat 10 am – 4pm, Sun 2am -4pm. http://www.tablelandgallery.trc.qld.gov.au/      

  • Cobbold Gorge

    “Cobbold Gorge Tours and Accommodation: Cruise the gorge to explore its ancient geological landforms and the savannah wonderland on a guided tour. Discover Cobbold with its wildlife, go bushwalking or birdwatching, or just relax and enjoy the modern comforts of Cobbold Village. To protect Cobbold Gorge Nature Refuge access is by read more

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