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My passions are as diverse as Australia. I can happily spend the day reading or writing, time gets away from me when I'm engaged in geek activities such as web design or gaming, and I never want to come home when I'm out in the middle of the rainforest breathing in all of that exhilarating energy!

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My WeekendNotes - 37
While Pepina Falls is a part of the famous Waterfall Circuit on the Tablelands, it is not located on a convenient circui... [more]
Many people write online nowdays, from personal blogs to contributing articles on content management systems. One of the... [more]
Finding something for the kids to do while you are banging away in the workshop is a must, that is, if you don't want to... [more]
Bird watching, or "birding" as the most avid enthusiasts call it, is the observation of birds in their natural habitat. ... [more]
Some treasures are known only to the locals, and the Barrel in the Upper Barron on the Far North Queensland Tablelands i... [more]
A leaking shower is pretty annoying when your bedroom is next to the shower and you can hear it drip dripping all night ... [more]
A leaking tap is enough to drive anyone crazy. Drip, drip, drippetty drip. What's more, some taps keep returning to th... [more]
Coming down off the Gillies Range Road from the Tablelands often leaves drivers feeling a bit fatigued. The Little Mulgr... [more]
Are you bored with the typical weekend activities? Why not try your hand (and brain) at geocaching? Geocaching is a worl... [more]
Most people have heard of Millstream Falls. It is a popular attraction off the Kennedy Highway between Ravenshoe and Inn... [more]
Hallorans Hill on the Atherton Tablelands is a favourite with both locals and visitors alike. This hilltop is actually a... [more]
After seeing models of gasifiers in action, my son wanted to build one. Gasifiers are specially designed containers for ... [more]
Stuck with nothing to do on Sunday, we decided to nip down the road to the Archer Creek Markets for a look. We wer... [more]
The arrival of Spring is heralded by the Spring Equinox which is around the 20th-23rd of September in Australia. By the ... [more]
There are quite a few scenic drives advertised around the Tablelands through visitor information centres, mostly through... [more]
A much less known fig tree is the one out at Clohesy River. While it may not be as massive as the Cathedral Fig or The C... [more]
We were in Yungaburra, a small village just outside Atherton on the Tablelands when we spotted Allumbah Pocket's walking... [more]
Do you love boating and sailing? Over the 4th - 8th of September 2015 there is an awesome opportunity for owners of yach... [more]
04/09/2015 - 08/09/2015
Tinaroo Dam is one of the most popular attractions on the Far North Queensland Tablelands. This means when it comes to f... [more]
Stoney Creek can be found at the very end of Stoney Creek Road, off the Cairns Western Arterial Road (also known as Rese... [more]
I am sure I am not the only one who has said at one point or another - "I need a holiday to recover from my holiday!" He... [more]
When we went camping up at Cape Tribulation, we came across a lot of popular, overcrowded tourist spots such as Lync Hav... [more]
Usually if you've seen one, you've seen them all. However, the Marrdja Boardwalk in Cape Tribulation provided us wit... [more]
The marketing material plastered all over Bella Q's store window certainly did not kid. "It's LOVE at first bite!" indee... [more]
When it comes to adventure and exciting thrills on the weekend, there are bound to be bruises. After a weekend stumbling... [more]
Emerald Creek in the Dinden Forest Reserve is a site full of natural wonders, its highlight being the waterfall. The jou... [more]
One of the nicest parts of the Far North Queensland Tablelands is the Millstream area just outside the highest town in Q... [more]
We went for a swim at Emu Creek, stopping at the McGrath Bridge where the Edmund Kennedy expedition and a hundred sh... [more]
A less travelled road is the Herberton Petford Road. We accessed this road from Petford (careful, don't sneeze or you'... [more]
There are quite a few strangler fig trees around Far North Queensland. After seeing a small curtain fig on the Clohesy R... [more]
One of the Tablelands popular attractions is the Curtain Fig Tree, located along the Fig Tree Road. This road can be rea... [more]
One thing about hot days is all the popular swimming spots are even more overcrowded. This isn't much fun for these who ... [more]
I have often heard it told freshwater mussels are unpalatable and not-so-good to eat, compared with the saltwater variet... [more]
When we returned to one of our favourite mussel spots, we discovered the water levels had risen thanks to all the recent... [more]
On a recent trip across the Far North, we came across large black freshwater mussels. As we are avid shellfish eaters, w... [more]
The Clohesy River Road 4WD Track goes through the Dinden State Forest in Far North Queensland. The turn off for this 4W... [more]
A part of the 42km Tinaroo Range road network, Kauri Creek Road is a 4WD track through the Lamb Range rainforest. It can... [more]