After conquering Frenchmans Track and fixing ourselves up at Captain Billy’s Landing we continued north on the old telegraph track towards the tip of Cape York. It was getting late so we camped up on the side of the track in a clearing near fruit bat falls. Next day we visited Fruit Bat Falls, Eliot Falls and Twin Falls – all beautiful spots that are made even better after being in the dust for a few days without a shower. Really picturesque locations with super clear rock pools and clean flowing water that’s perfect for swimming. Unfortunately it was cool and a bit overcast so not the best conditions for swimming but it was certainly refreshing. There’s some really good camp grounds at Eliot / Twin Falls but the Queensland government have made it impossible to pay – you need to book online even though it’s in a remote location very far away from any internet or phone reception. It’s a shame because the camping area is really good, good facilities, good spot. So we just checked out the falls, had a swim, used the toilets, filled up our water and then left to look for a camping area that was either free or physically possible to pay for.