Cairns Villa and Leisure Park

Address: 28 Pease Street, Cairns, Queensland, 4870, Australia | 2 star campground
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This 2 star campground, located on 28 Pease Street, Cairns, is near Deep Sea Divers Den, Royal Flying Doctor Visitors Centre, Centenary Lakes Botanic Gardens, and Jungle Tours And Trekking.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCairns Villa and Leisure Park

    Reviewed by berniekerry

    A Great Park, with a difference.

    Reviewed Jul 19, 2014
    by (4 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    The park may be an older park, but you can see, what it would have been a few years ago. The ammenities are very clean, and the staff fantastic. The cost was very reasonable for a city park, only $25.00 a day. The swimming pool area has be re-done. We would recommend the park for all travellers.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by lj.oz


    Reviewed Sep 17, 2012
    by (23 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

    The only thing is the price was right. The bathrooms were decent and clean. The kitchen was lacking a cooking surface. Get what you pay for.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Cairns Villa and Leisure Park

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    Travel Blogs from Cairns

    Catching up and a little look at the Esplanade

    A travel blog entry by bobnant on Jul 10, 2015

    3 photos

    It has been raining heavily most of the night so we don't get out of bed till about 7.30am. Leisurely breakfast, then I write some postcards while Bob catches up on the news on his computer. We drive into town after lunch to get oil for the Nissan for its next 5,000 service, he did one at Airlie Beach and he likes to make sure he has the oil for the next one just in case he can’t get it in smaller towns. We find the main ...

    Atherton to Cooktown. 300 km

    A travel blog entry by franandallan on Jul 04, 2015

    7 photos

    ... the road. We went looking for the gravel pit that was in the camps book didn't find it headed back to the Annan River we saw a couple of motor homes camped. AL went to check to see if we would fit in we did just as it was just a road to the old bridge. It was a lovely spot on the river bank. . One motor home has been there 6 weeks. We went for a walk across the river on the old bridge lots of people ...

    Cairns, a road trip and the rainforest

    A travel blog entry by robhoskin on Jun 20, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... rain, the water level was a bit high and the water was coming down pretty fast which meant we weren't able to do so. We were treated to an impressive two course hot lunch before making our way to the world famous Milla-Milla falls. Most of you will probably be wondering why it's famous. Herbal essences and Peter Andre. That's why. Yes, it's where they do loads of shampoo adverts with the hair flicking and it's where Peter Andre filmed Mysterious Girl. Chelsea tried recreating the ...


    A travel blog entry by kazbradtijack on Jun 04, 2015

    2 photos

    ... sight to come across once you get the beach in sight. It had beautiful yellow sand and turquoise water and we couldn't wait to get down to it. But once there the beach was mostly coral and really hard to walk on. We got in for a dip and the water was really nice, but it was pretty windy there so not the most pleasant place to lay and spend a couple of lazy hours. We walked back and went to the pool to finish off the afternoon and ordered a beer ...

    Ups and downs in Queensland

    A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Apr 11, 2015

    57 photos

    ... pouring with rain the whole day. This time they were not as high and although we had problems taking photographs into the sun we did manage some reasonable ones. The Tree Kangaroos have only recently (in evolutionary terms) taken to the trees. From what we have been told they started in the trees like all kangaroos, then over time they all came to the ground but eventually the climate dried out dramatically and some decided to go up trees and eat ...