North Queensland montage

Description, clockwise from top left: Dave and Tim setting up for lunch behind Tim’s van, my van is on the right. Walking to a beach at Cooktown. Feeding Rock Wallabies at Granite Gorge. We took a cow’s spot on the way to Cooktown. Dave, Leigh and Tim in my van on a grocery mission. The rat that lived in my van for a while, then ate some of Greg’s shoe. Sunset near Townsville. Driving...

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Free camping at Gordonvale, near Cairns

We have stayed here for a few days and could stay for many more. Beautiful scene with a river beside us. NOTICE: Camp here at your own risk. Police have been known to patrol the area, and locals have reported crocodiles in the river. 29km south of Cairns is the Gordonvale rest area, where there are toilets and tables. Around that is some larger spaces for caravans and campers to park. Looking off to the edges you will notice dirt...

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Free camping at Little Annon River near Cooktown

There is no camping except for caravan parks, within 15kms of Cooktown. With some local knowledge we headed to Annon Gorge and found a spot on top of a hill on the other side of the river from the main access point (tour groups showed up there everyday). Very good part of the river here, a sandy beach type entry to some rapids for fun and safe swimming. We had a fire on the sandy area one day and cooked potato’s in the fire...

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Mount Molloy to somewhere on the way to Cooktown

About 60km from Cooktown just past Lakeland, secluded off-road in-a-ditch style camp tonight. View Larger Map This is the furthest north in Australia that we will...

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Daintree Rainforest, camping and beach area

The world’s oldest rainforest. We have the privilege of camping in this amazing place. First night stayed at Noah’s Beach camp ground and then found a secluded off-road spot where we could stay for two nights, near Cow Bay. Yesterday we crossed the ferry and stayed at Mt Molloy rest area, after being kicked out of a park at Wonga...

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