Today was a travel day from Port Douglas to Sydney and featured a leisurely drive down Captain Cook Highway, right along the ocean, from Port Arthur to Cairns, which is the town with the nearest airport. The drive was spectacular. Every view, every turn, every sweeping panorama was yet another gorgeous photo-worthy glimpse of paradise. I love the picture featuring the low tide which exposes the tall roots of the trees. Additionally, we happened upon a group of hang-gliders. I shot two of them as they lifted off!
Since we arrived in Cairns too early, we snooped around and found an amazing gorge complete with a Norway-worthy waterfall. The photo below only features the top-most portion of it. The waterfall is used to provide hydro-electric power there in Cairns.