Tropical paradise on top of the hill in North Queensland,

Tropical paradise on top of the hill in North Queensland,


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 3
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Our house is a modern three bedroom brick built home that has lots of space on a 900 sq meter block, beautiful tropical gardens with palms around for that feeling of privacy. The kitchen is large with all the latest modern appliances, breafast bar close to the spacious dining area. The balcony catches the cool breeze from the ocean and Cairns while the inside of the house has the main rooms air conditioned for peaceful relaxing and sleeping. The environment is quiet where you can enjoy the crocking of the frogs and the birds and parrots enjoy their evening meals in the trees.

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Who we are

  1. We’ve spoken about the region, now about us, Maria is from Poland , Gdynia in fact and I come from Carlisle which is in the north of England. Maria works in Administration and I am employed to travel the Tableland and Cape York communities in Social Welfare with people with a disability. We have Monique (20 years old) who is currently attending James Cook University in Townsville studying Occupational Therapy, you will often see her in photos now with her boyfriend Kyle, and they appear inseparable. Luke is 17 and attends Mareeba high school, in 2006 he will be in his final year, grade 12. He will not be travelling with us in 2006.

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Where is it?

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We live in the Tableland region of Tropical North Queensland some 50 km from Cairns and the coastal areas that touch onto the Great barrier Reef. Our environment is a tropical fruit growing region, mangos, bananas, passion fruit, organges and pineapples. The community grows coffee and is naturally air conditioned as it is some 500 meters above sea level. The Tableland is popular for fishing, ballooning, water sports as well as an ideal environment for the nature lover, bush walker and environmentalist. All within 50 kms of an International Airport that reaches around the globe.

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