Frangipani Bed & Breakfast

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

    More water more sun!

    A travel blog entry by marilynjw on Jul 27, 2014

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    What is interesting about Port Douglas is that there are no big chain fast food outlets. Yes. NO MCD's, NO PIZZA HUT, NO KENTUCKY FC. Then at the Sunday Market that we have just returned from there were no takeaways either. The powers that be look after the retailers. No wonder there were hoards of people eating in the township nearby.

    Tomorrow we are taking an inland route to get to Cairns, for our night time flight to Darwin.
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    Cairns to Wonga Beach

    A travel blog entry by thickfamily on Jun 01, 2014

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    ... to come back to, after a couple of hours we took off to Daintree Village to have a look and if you blinked you would of missed it, but they did have the Big Bara so we had to have a photo. We expected a village in the middle of a rainforest we were disappointed. On the way back we spotted our first saltwater croc which we were all excited about, he was just lying on the riverbank watching, he was a huge. Back ...

    Slumber Party Day!

    A travel blog entry by sophiesadler on May 13, 2014

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    So today went a little something like this...:

    07.30-09.30 breakfast shift.

    10.00-12.00 post breakfast shift nap.

    12.00-14.00 stuffing our faces at Off The Track with chicken & cheese toasties, calamari, garlic chips and fizzy drinks.

    14.00-16.00 Jasmine, Caitlin, Billy, Mike and I decide to push 3 ...

    Rainforest, butterflies and packing

    A travel blog entry by lindaloo84 on May 07, 2014

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    Took the train up to Kurumba and had a very pleasant time walking by the riverside. Visited the Butterfly Sanctary, a calming and positive experience for our last day. a picnic lunch by the river, then back down to Cairns on the cable skyway - a 7.4km journey over the rainforest canopy - possibly re bet way to observe crocodiles in their natural habitat. ...

    Why Do You Think That They Call it a RAIN Forest?

    A travel blog entry by winebuff on Mar 05, 2014

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    So we wanted to get underway with at least a few socially redeeming experiences here before we sank back and lounged about at the pool or beach drinking Ozzie wine.

    Today, we booked a Daintree Rain Forest tour with Tony's, a highly regard outfit according to Trip Advisor which is our bible for most of our travels.

    One of the features of their tours is a maximum of eight passengers so regardless of the actual number, we know it would be an intimate group. we did ...