Cairns Villa and Leisure Park

Address: 28 Pease Street, Cairns, Queensland, 4870, Australia | 2 star campground
 
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Location

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 TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by lj.oz

    Trailerhood

    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 TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Cairns Villa and Leisure Park

    1.50 of 5 stars Poor
     

    Travel Blogs from Cairns

    The Beautiful City of Cairns," a country city."

    A travel blog entry by berniekerry on Jul 19, 2014

    5 photos

    Leaving the Daintree River Village we travelled further south. The trip was magical, with the flora and sea scenes and mountains, amazing. We did our usual routine and drove until the car signalled we had been on the road two hours, and then stopped for a cuppa and biscuits. We usuall y look for parklands or similiar, all are beautiful in …

    Oh how far north we shall go!

    A travel blog entry by kleinfamille on Jun 08, 2015

    2 comments, 50 photos

    ... don't break down and thus not profit-focused). We also visited a tea plantation, a historical village and waterfalls (one of which is the most photographed waterfall in Australia). So lots of fun learning for the kids in this part of Australia.

    I hope you got the message that we had a lot of fun! :)

    Off to our next adventure!

    Evan – The Coconut Resort Campground, Cairns

    When we got there it was like wonderland. Fine maybe ...

    From Cairns

    A travel blog entry by khipu on May 28, 2015

    13 photos

    ... so it entices young backpackers between the ages of 18 and 25 to live and work in Australia for a year. A work visa is fairly easy to acquire. After the first year, you can apply for a second year. To get that second year on the working visa, the backpacker has to do 3 months of farm work. Because Cairns has mild temperatures all year, it is a haven for these sort of travelers.

    As such, I did considerable research to avoid this crowd to the extent ...

    Not gathering any moss at Rollingstone

    A travel blog entry by stoddart on May 21, 2015

    6 photos

    ... time for lunch. I don't know why they call it Home Hill, because it was pretty flat to me. Also, the show grounds hadn't seen a show for a long time, as there was a massive vegie patch in the middle. We were offered fresh sweet corn for free, but alas we didn't need it as we already had more that we needed. At 4 o'clock there was a happy hour in the camp kitchen where all the campers gathered for ...

    Movement in the Moment

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Apr 06, 2015

    2 photos

    ... we choose to stay longer. But as Becky says, we haven't got much to stay for. Farm work could be an option - if we can get farm work down the coast that should see us through for a few months and if it comes with accommodation it significantly reduces the speed at which we're losing money. Another option is to take an online TEFL course, so that we can head back to Asia and teach there for a while. Thailand and Japan are both appealing. But if we can't find ...