Tropical North Queensland’s climate is characterised by two distinct seasons: the dry season from April to November and the ‘green season’, from December to March. The Green Season is an important part of the tropical weather cycle and plays a vital role in the revitalisation of the plant and animal life post the dry.

Low hanging clouds on the mountains and the vibrant green tones of the landscape are enough to inspire one’s inner Monet and contrary to popular belief, the sun still peeks out of the clouds and there are plenty of sunny beach-going days during this period.