We decided to move to a different site within the campground. The other site was nice as it was next to the turtles and the camp kitchen, but it was also under some heavy duty power lines which was bothering us. So we've moved to the back of the park, which is much quieter. As we were not moving very far, we didn't see the point in packing the tents all the way up. We just took out the bags that were in them, unpegged them, and carried them down the road to the new site. Of course we got quite a few comments like "now that's what I call a mobile home!" and everyone had a bit of a laugh.
Our new site is very quiet and we have a beautiful view of the creek. There are a few steps down to the water which is a safe place to let Gypsy play off-leash. It just feels better here.
We explored the little town of Kuranda a couple of days ago which was beautiful. It is in the rainforest, 1000 feet above sea level behind Cairns. They have funky little markets, Cary and I had a massage, we had a picnic in the park, strolled around the shops, went for a run through the rainforest, admired the Barron falls and just enjoyed being in the hinterland. When we came back down the mountain, we had dinner next to the beach. mmmm...I love the rainforest, and waterfalls, but the beach is really where I feel the best! It was a beautiful, nature-full day....so nourishing on so many levels!