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"25 Tips and facts about Mission Beach"
The weather is USUALLY perfect - especially in Winter- "beautiful one day- perfect the next"
The prevailing weather comes from the South East - and is often a pleasant relief
When Dunk Island disappears in raincloud -we are next to experience rain
Our rainfall is measured in "Metres" and not in inches
Everything in Far North Qld is BIG - birds- our Cassowary, butterflies, crocodiles, snakes, spiders, goannas, beetles, stingers, fish, rainforests, rivers, floods, waterfalls and the magnificent reef
Wear a rash vest or lycra suit for protection from Marine Stingers - Council nets are in place during the safe season - use vinegar for Box Jelly Fish and fresh water for the Hairy Jelly Fish
There are more beaches and walks and attractions than you could possibly visit in a month
Cassowaries do not roam at night - the males teach their chicks life skills but not Road Rules
Crocodiles DO roam at night looking for a mate -and their eyes are bright orange in the spotlight - if you don't see them they are probably in the creek watching you
The attractive pink Guest Tree is indiginous to Mission Beach with its scented pink blossoms
We occasionally get surf at Bingal Bay
An annual swim and paddle to Dunk Island reminds us how far away the island really is - it takes practice and fitness to complete the swim. It is a very safe sailing and boating playground
Mission, Wongaling and South Mission are perfect beach locations for safe Skydiving landings
The Wet Season has its own beauty - distinctive humid smells and new life
Half a metre of rain can disappear within a day but block the Bruce highway near the bridges - so never cross flooded causeways
The grass grows fast enough to mow once a week
We are at the end of the line - so power "cuts out" after many storms- stopping EFTPOS & emails. Vodaphone rarely works in the area and the NBN does not like the rain.
A volcano erupted here a million years ago leaving black basalt rocks and rich red fertile soil allowing the Wet Tropic Rainforest to thrive and meet the Reef here at the Coral Sea
The Cassowary is an important part of the rainforest as it eats berries, fruit and seeds which it digests in order for the seeds to grow from their droppings
The high humidity can surprise you from January til March
Wallabies feed along the roadsides so beware at night or at dusk
A pool with a shade cover is a necessity up here
Most of our residents came here for a holiday and stayed
It still takes 25 years to be a local here
You will fall in love with this unique, relaxed and friendly area too.....
For your unique holiday experience at Mission Beach call Lyn on 0402395632