Frangipani Bed & Breakfast

Address: Villa 3, 13 Andrews Close, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4877, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on Villa 3, 13 Andrews Close, Port Douglas, is near Port Douglas, The Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary, Reef Sprinter, and Mirage Country Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

    The most Northern point and down we come

    A travel blog entry by ducknlauz on Sep 28, 2015

    26 photos

    ... he had a lot of comments. Speaking of Milla - she is crawling and climbing which is a scary combo in a caravan, she is into absolutely everything and loving it, she's enjoying playing with Ellie and gets so excited over such little things - she is still our sweet little dolly that likes life in the slow lane. We are now at Nebo - on our way to visit some of our Tassie friends in Blackwater. Signing off again for a few days, take care everyone! Love to you all, The Walducks ...

    What a Surprise....Stoney Creek!

    A travel blog entry by revelstokian on Sep 09, 2015

    4 photos

    ... of Cairns and its suburbs, with the beautiful blue ocean as a backdrop. Once we were down at the bottom, we could see our bus waiting to take us back to our ship. After this hot and humid day, everyone was tired on the bus, and many took advantage of the ride back to the ship to catch a short catnap. We caught one of the last tenders back to the ship, and before long, we were, once again, on our way towards Darwin, a two day cruise away.

    Great Barrier Reef - Give me some fin, noggin - DU

    A travel blog entry by juzie on Jul 20, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... and ate it all for you!

    And finally - the Suzie Q fact of the day. Sea Cucumbers don't have a brain and,even better, when they are faced with danger, they expel their internal organs along with a toxic substance. If you are into sea cucumber rights, please don't worry - the organs re-generate themselves in a few weeks.

    That is indeed on of the most random ones yet! However rest assured that I am hearing at least 5 a day which are just as random!!

    The beautiful Daintree

    A travel blog entry by danielle_lucas on Jul 18, 2015

    10 photos

    ... in the wild - so that was very cool. They are such weird looking birds but beautiful in their own way. We even got a bit of mist and rain on this day, but again the scenery was still stunning. We were lucky and didn't have to wait too long at the car ferry that takes you over the Daintree River, as we had heard stories from others of waiting for very long periods of time due to loads of traffic. It was a great day out and we made ...


    A travel blog entry by opalvacationer on Jul 11, 2015

    4 photos

    ... shipping. The light from that lighthouse is easily viewed from our camp. The walk back to the camp started to tell on us about halfway back, the old legs and feet started to tell us yep we've had enough but there was still a long way to go, so pull your finger out and and push on, and before we knew it we were there, Later that afternoon siting in front of the van having a drink when we thought about it it wasn't that bad after all. So much for a lazy ...