Tropical Far North Queensland by BlossomFlowerGirl

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Tropical Far North Queensland

This is about my holiday from Cairns to
Laura, on the lower Cape York Peninsula from
September 2008 to October 2008. Going from Melbourne to Cairns to Port Douglas, to Cooktown and Laura, Cape Tribulation and all the bits in between, and finally back to Cairns for my flight home.

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42. Bloomfield River

Monday 29 September

The Bloomfield River is 60 odd kms south of Cooktown and Allan stopped for a photo view.

Ze Bus

This was our bus.

Bloomfield River

The river enters the sea north of Cape Tribulation and is noted for its Bloomfield River cod fish species, found only in the river.

It was originally named "Blomfield's Rivulet" on 26 June, 1818 by Phillip Parker King.

Bloomfiled River & Hills

It was a beautiful scenic spot and the water appeared to be so blue.


Nefertiti said...

magnifique !

Joop Zand said...

Great pictures....beautiful nature.

greetings, Joop ( Holland )

Tammie Lee said...

so gorgeous~

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

We have a Bloomfield Hills here, but it is NOT this pretty--this is lovely.

Interesting mural above!

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