Each week one lucky person will find Cassie the Cassowary! Cassie is lost. Every week she is in a new place sending clues to us to tell you how to find her! Who is Cassie? Cassie is a gorgeous soft toy Cassowary. She is ready for her new home and promises that she’s always loving and cuddly!! How it works: Every week on Monday a new clue will be released and, … Continue readingCan you Find Cassie?
If you are looking for a great spot to spend your winter – look no further. Our beautiful Cassowary Coasthas everything from endangered wildlife, rare and beautiful birds and flora, world renowned attractions such as white-water rafting on the Tully Gorge and the Thorsborne Trail on Hinchinbrook Island. The scenic beauty of waterfalls, the Rainforest and the chance to see the rare Cassowary in the wild, just add to the … Continue readingSolo female traveller? Safe and Warm – Best travel spot March to October
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WHITE WATER RAFTING TULLY RIVER – 2019 World Championships ABOUT THE EVENT White water rafting in Tully Gorge is known as one of the premier courses in the world. Over 1,000 of the world’s best white water rafters will travel to the Cassowary Coast for a chance to become the ‘ best of the best’. The event is to be held over 7 days from 13- 20 May 2019 with teams … Continue readingWhite Water Rafting Tully Gorge
Southern Cassowaries of the Rainforests of North Queensland. With thanks to SHELLEY WINKEL – blog.queensland.com You would think finding a 60kg bird, some as big as two metres in height, would be easy, wouldn’t you? Especially when they’ve got a brilliant-blue neck and rapper-sized red throat bling, known as a wattle. But it’s not. Throw in a thick jungle camouflage, a considered rarity – there’s only 4000 remaining in the … Continue readingBest places to spot a cassowary in the wild
The Tropical North Queensland area of the Cassowary Coast from Cardwell to Babinda is the home of the endangered flightless Cassowary. At Etty Bay and Mission Beach you are virtually guaranteed to see one of these spectacular birds. Unspoilt beaches all to yourself, sailing, boating, hiking, diving or snorkeling, this part of the world is definitely a place of variety where there is something to please even the most discerning … Continue readingMore of the Beautiful Cassowary Coast
Of all the romantic getaways in Queensland this unique Bali-style hut, set in Rainforest on private secluded property is our pick. An unforgettable experience! The property is not suitable for children. This is a small solar powered Balinese hut, complete with an en suite and sunken bath, set in luxurious tropical gardens. There is a shared swimming pool and plenty of parking. Close to Mission Beach, the Barrier Reef and … Continue readingGorgeous Tropical Romantic get-away!
Babinda Golf Club: 9 Holes, Par 72 course The Club is open for casual golf 7 days a week. An honour system applies as the Clubhouse if only open when the Competitions are taking place. Visitors are very welcome. Competition days. Nine holes each Wednesday and Friday starting 3.00pm Saturday 18 hole comp starting at 1.00pm… See more VISITORS are very WELCOME Fees are as follows: 9 holes – $10.00, 18 holes – … Continue readingBabinda Golf Club
Indigenous Tours Rated as #1 by Tripadvisor! Play a round at the Tully Golf Course. 9 Holes, friendly and welcoming. Or try a game of Bowls at Tully Bowls Club Climb Mt Tyson (takes approx. 3 hours) Go White Water Rafting on Tully River (Grade 3-4 rapids – a great experience) Climb to the top of the Golden Gumboot Take a Sugar Mill tour (June – October) Have a refreshing … Continue readingThings to do in and around Tully
You will find lots of things to do in Cardwell. Explore Hinchinbrook Island, the world’s largest island national park. The Island is within the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. Have a wilderness experience by walking the world-renowned 32km Thorsbourne Trail located on the Island. The island’s cloud-covered mountains support fragile heath vegetation. Rainforest and eucalypt forest descend to a mangrove-lined channel in the west with bays, beaches and rocky … Continue readingThe Best of Cardwell