Posted on November 5, 2022November 5, 2022 by WillemSaturday/ a drive up north 🛣 Looking south from the Rex Lookout on Captain Cook Highway, near Wangetti, Queensland. We rented the black Kia Cerato in the corner of the picture. Mangrove swamps on the beach, near Captain Cook Highway on the way north. Four Mile Beach at Port Douglas was overcast and windswept today, but there were still people making the best of it on the sand. There was a designated swimming area with a net in the water, but the surf splashes over the net, so swimmers and surfboarders wear stinger suits. Here we had arrived at the Mossman Gorge Visitors Center, and had taken the shuttle bus to the Mossman River. The elevated walkway goes to the swimming area and the trails nearby, in Daintree National Park. The swimming area in Mossman River. The Rex Suspension Bridge over Rex Creek. This newest version of the bridge was completed in 2010. Looking up while doing a 2.4 km circuit trail in the rain forest between Rex Creek and Wurumbu Creek. I collected fungus pictures, and this one had a striking orange color. I believe this one is called orange peel fungus (Aleuria aurantia). A pool in Wurumbu Creek that had a steady flow of water into and out of it, with little fishes in it as well. We rented a car this morning and drove up north along the coast to Port Douglas and Mossman Gorge.