The Barron Falls (Aboriginal: Din Din) is a steep tiered cascade waterfall on the Barron River located where the river descends from the Atherton Tablelands to the Cairns coastal plain, in Queensland, Australia.
In 2009 as part of the Q150 celebrations, the Barron Falls was announced as one of the Q150 Icons of Queensland for its role as a “Natural attraction”
In the last day of January, the sky glowed with color as the sun set for the last evening of January There was color in all directions…west over the Bay, East the massed color and I went from spot to spot enjoying the beauty
Travel between the Islands and the mainland is by ferry. It is a beautiful journey over the water traveling from island to island until arriving at Redland Bay, the Marina on the mainland. This is leaving Russell Island…
The jetty is quite long to cater for the high tides and reach the deeper water. The vehicle ferry is already there at the vehicle ferry jetty collecting its load of vehicles. The ferry is now coming to the jetty from its last stop at Lamb Island, which is 5 minutes away from Russell IslandContinue reading “Jetty and Ferry to the Mainland from Russell Island”