Saturday, October 10, 2015

Lonely Planet Queensland & the Great Barrier Reef (Regional Travel

Discover Queensland & the Great Barrier Reef

Pack up your 4WD and head for the end of the road at Cooktown, where happiness is a fishing rod and an Esky full of beer
Browse Kuranda's market stalls, and camp overnight in paradise when the day-trippers have left
Disappear onto an island off Cairns where the government once planted coconut palms to feed shipwreck survivors
Extend your trip by 8000 vertical feet and 15 seconds of freefall in a tandem skydive

In This Guide

Four authors, five months of research, a litre of sunscreen
More dive operators, bareboat charters and sailing options than any other guidebook
Color Highlights chapter for travelers, by travelers

LONELY PLANET aims to cater for every independent traveller, whatever the destination, whatever the style of travel and whatever the phase of the journey.

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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
4Lonely Planet is a great source for info on traveling!
By Lindsay S.
Lonely Planet is a reputable source, would recommend this book (although may be a bit outdated). It gave me information regarding what I could expect when traveling to Australia for the first time. It was a great trip and I appreciated the information in this text ahead of time. Be cautious when traveling to Australia, it is SUPER expensive! I think breakfast for two was something like $60 US dollars and that was NOT anything too fancy....eggs, spinach, toast, and fruit.

1 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
3Missing Pages
By Pookie
I received this book with 4 completely blank pages in the Cairns section. which is the place we are going to be spending the most time!! and i have no idea which parts are missing so now i have to do separate research anyway. :(

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