Port Douglas B&B Four Mile Beach

59 Reef St, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4877, Australia | B&B
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Exotic Rain Forest

A travel blog entry by outbacktravels


... The ferry even produced a rather large crocodile, by estimate about 4-5m, swam along with the ferry. I Joked to the kids that we were his 'meals on wheels', probably not far from the truth if anything went wrong.
The drive through the rain forest starts to climb higher and higher into the mountains, dips and river crossings (in the wet) are bountiful as is all the lush green vegetation. At the top a magnificent lookout stretches out ...

4th Update OZ: From Victoria to North Queensland.

A travel blog entry by movi


... and Ivo getting ready to depart, Juan Pajero and Josh were ready to go too and thus joined us on our travels. Until when and where was unknown at that moment...

Our first destination was the Grampians, an actually beautiful National Park but unfortunately one part was severely damaged by bushfires earlier this year. Yet, we enjoyed our first real 'outdoor’ Aussie experience. We wanted to go on a hike but instead ended up going off road driving with Juan ...

Week 5 We had to spot a Cassowary...

A travel blog entry by davidp.sara


... Yum! Oh and watch out for the Blue Ulysses commonly known as the Blue Mountain butterfly-stunning. You might even get to meet the giant lizard, a brown and very large stick insect and about 25 mozzies! Take heed of the signage that does warn you that stingers are in these waters and saltwater crocs can run out very fast grab your leg and drag you into the water to finish you off. You'll be pleased to know they drown you first. Stay 3 metres away from the water ways at ...

The Great Barrier Reef - Port Douglas

A travel blog entry by valriley


... things to do, booked an afternoon trip for the next day to the Low Isles to snorkel from the beach over coral gardens. This was the maiden trip for the brand new Sailaway V, a sailing catamaran (I hope there are no icebergs!) so everyone was excited. We set sail at 1pm for the hour sail to the Low Isles on the Great Barrier Reef. The crossing was rather rough as the wind had got up to 25/26 knots and although Malc ...

Spiders and Crocodiles!

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn


... Here we saw many more female saltwater crocs coming next to the boat to feed on chicken from the driver. Around the lagoon we saw some very large seagulls, other birds, and crocodile nests. The boat driver was passionate about how the saltwater crocodiles, along with jellyfish and sharks, are always blamed when attacks happen, but that the friends and families of the people involved never take responsibility for their actions. Before coming to Australia, we were warned and knew of ...

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This B&B, located on 59 Reef St, Port Douglas, is near Port Douglas, The Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary, Reef Sprinter, and Sea Temple Golf Club.
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