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Mossman Gorge
Australia

Mossman Gorge is a natural swimming hole surrounded by rainforest. A shuttle bus takes you there from the tourist information center or you can walk. I would pay the $4 to not have to walk. It is a beautiful spot with walkways going through the forest and fast running water with small waterfalls that make for a fun sort-of-waterslide, just jump off the rocks under the walk platform.

highly recommended place for a day trip, bring an esky and a picnic!

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