Mossman Gorge Bed and Breakfast
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Vanickova stayed here on Mar 10, 2014 during their trip titled: Our Great Adventures In Australia.
Off North to Port Douglas, Daintree river area. En route we stopped for a wine tasting tour for Australian fruit wine, a specialty in the area. The winery was on a huge tropical farm with an abundance of exotic plants and birds. The owner took over an hour to explain every wine to us in detail; we did get a bit tipsy and bought at least 5 different …
Port Douglas was once a small fishing village and is still described as such by some guide books; however it is really a luxury destination for the rich and famous. It is a pleasant enough town with some high end hotels and restaurants and some fabulous properties scattered around. We hit the Sunday market on the seafront which has loads of stalls …
... built from stainless steel. There are small streams and a large creek running into the Mossman River. The rainforest canopy is four or five stories high covering many different types of ferns and shrubs. A Bush Turkey came to visit us on the bank on the river.
We swam and lazed around in the shallow cool water of the Mossman River with rapids above and below us. After our cool dip we walked onto the swing bridge that crosses Rex Creek ...
... donned our wet suits to go snorkelling. After ten minutes splashing around like dogs having a bath trying to get use to breathing while being bumped about by the waves, we finally got the hang of it and floated around watching the most amazing display of fish and coral we will probably ever see.
There isn’t too much you can say about it without experiencing it yourself, if you ever get the chance don’t let it slip ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking