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Jun 28, 2010 - Undara National Park

Trevor, Carol & Gracie will not be joining us at Undara as they have already been there and are heading to Innot Hot Springs. We will be catching up with them in Cairns on Monday 28th. Arrived at Undara Volcanic National Park on Saturday 26th to visit the lava tubes. Within the National Park there is a commercially run lodge which accommodates caravans and tenting. They also have a vast number of Queensland rail train carriages which they have converted into accommodation quarters along with a very unique restaurant. Had dinner. I choose...

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Sep 23, 2009 - Undarra Lava Tubes

And so we hit the road again. Our little pumpkin is now sporting her own little sign on the front of her - I have attached a photo for you to see. After a 3-month stint in Cairns it took a little bit of work cleaning the annex (lots of birds and been to visit!!) and packing up but it all felt so familiar this time. It did feel quite sad to leave Cairns as it really felt like ‘home’ and I had met such lovely people through work who I will miss. But onwards we travel to our next adventure! We have put in an application for Ken for a job on...

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Sep 7, 2008 - Father's Day. Undarra Lava Tubes

JOSHUA: We went to the lava tubes. They are rocks with big holes in them. They are formed by lava (duh!) FACT: You can drive a truck through them. They are brown. There are naturally made art in it. ANG: The lava tubes were really one long tube where parts had fallen out of been blocked up. They were like huge caves, beautiful variable colours and patterns in the rock. Quite amazing - never heard of them before. Basically a volcanic eruption over a period of time, with a lava flow, passed through over different levels creating these tubes -...

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Jun 9, 2006 - Undarra - Lava Tubes

KM :7100 Day 77 Leaving Gran & Grampy for two days we head inland, making our way towards Undarra National Park, renowned for its massive Lava tubes. Jo has been keen to go here for some time. It's a long drive for a one night stay (about 4hrs), & the kids keep the complaints to a managable level. On the way we stop at Ravenshoe to view the windfarm - spectacular or at least it would have been had they not been almost hidden in think cloud. This is Queenslands highest town, & for us it was wet, freezing, windy (surprise!) & heavily...

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