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January 7, 2011
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
January 4, 2002
You can swim in the resort pool or in the creek to the sounds of the surrounding rainforest - and there is plenty of wildlife to keep your interest, some of it unique to the area. Don't worry by the way, crocodiles don't come this far upstream.
All the cabins are spacious, made from natural materials and outfitted in chic style with polished floorboards and lovely bathrooms. There is no air conditioning here - it's useless in the humid climate - so you'll be relying on ceiling fans.
The management provide a sumptuous breakfast buffet of cooked delights, cereals and tropical fruits which is usually included in the tariff and in low and shoulder seasons they sometimes offer bonus tours if you stay a few days. There is also a well stocked library of reference material about the area and there are several walks and longer waterfall hikes around the property that can be enjoyed. The managers can also organise excursions to local points of interest and some of the unspoilt beaches in the area.
It costs a little more but let's face it, how many times will you be here?
From journal A Budget Guide to Far North Queensland