Cow Bay Homestay
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Breakfast Available
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
Photos of Cow Bay Homestay
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Cow Bay Homestay
Travel Blogs from Cow Bay
... and our unofficial 'donation' was just $10 per night (paid in diesel and tobacco) we loved it, so are still here two weeks later ! Apart from the 'management team' we have met some really interesting people, including a German tattoo artist who offered us a free tattoo (which we declined). Plus our camp spot is far away from the main hub so the loud music is hardly audible to us.
... feel a bit lonely. Only the upper bunks had been made up so I moved the sheets into an empty lower one. I HATE being on the top bunk! 18:00 Went for a lovely walk along the beach. It was beautiful even though it was cloudy. Booked to go on a half day sea kayaking trip tomorrow which should be fun. Leaves me a half day to explore too. Maybe I'll go to the bat house but maybe I'll save that for the day after tomorrow. Bought some lentil mix for supper...hope it tastes ...
... of only four powered sites. With the rain, and I mean 'bucketing down rain', we still saw almost all sections of the park trying to sidestep puddles of water, and the night tour was spectacular with the floodlit waterfalls, and rear castle. Onwards through Mission Beach, Tully and Cardwell to a freebie for the night south of Ingham before arriving early next morning just 25 or so kms up the road at Balgal Beach. What was going to be an overnight stay eventuated into 3 days, despite ...
What a day! Our transfer bus picked us up for our one hour ride to Port Douglas to board our Quicksilver Cruise out to the Coral Sea and the outer Great Barrier Reef. As always, we had beautiful scenery to look at as we drove along - this time it was the Coral Sea. Quicksilver is the most awarded reef cruise company in Queensland. They have very professional and knowledgable staff that include marine biologists. They also have a large, stable, ...
This part of the blog is going to be very dive focused, so apologies to non divers. We have just got back from 3 x 45 minute dives on the Outer Barrier Reef, to be more specific the Agincourt Reef, which is billed as one of the best dive sites, and very easily accessed from Port Douglas. I am going to have to give this a mixed review. We were diving from Poseidon, part of the QuickSilver group, which was well set up as a dive and ...