We visited Lake Barrine twice. First to take a trip around the lake on a tour boat as recommended by our guide Kevin from Wilderness Eco Safaris, and second time to take a walk around the lake.
The Teahouse has some interesting history behind its existance and its purpose throughout the years. The lake itself also has some interesting history in its formation, and some lovely wildlife. Take a look for eels and snapper turtles, amongst other creatures. The boat tour was thoroughly enjoyable, done with humour (not over the top), and with plenty of facts and information about the place.
The walk around the lake is beautiful. If you appreciate nature and your surroundings, and you are not from the area therefore new to the rainforest, you may wish to take your time appreciating the different trees, many formations that the trees make and quietly go around looking for musky rat kangeroos and other forest critters, so allow yourself several hours. Or you could have a pleasant march around .... which ever is your style it's a tranquil place to be.
I can't make any comments on the refreshments at the Teahouse, we didn't buy any. Looked and smelled nice though!
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