Tropic Breeze Van Park

24 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4877, Australia | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

All about the fishing...

A travel blog entry by markandshirley on Jul 20, 2014

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... going to and from the Great Barrier Reef and a lovely setting to watch the sun go down in the evening.

Then it was steak on the bbq for dinner, perhaps fish will be on the menu before too long.

To be continued....

Ik begon de dag met het aansluiten van de zonnepanelen zodat we onze batterijen vol houden. Daarna gingen we richting bakkerij en maakte thuis een lekker ontbijt.

We besloten dat we nog wat meer vis ervaring moesten op doen met ...

Great Barriers Conquered

A travel blog entry by outbacktravels on Jun 02, 2014

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... boats where you get a great view at the coral and fish and you don't have to get wet.Lunch was filled with all kinds of salads and cold meats and to get our moneys worth stacked our plates sky high... Later in the day for cheese and biscuits time saw Luke ask for TEN cheeses and bickies, to the hosts surprise.After lunch, it was down to business... Snorkeling!

After selecting your flipper, mask ...

4th Update OZ: From Victoria to North Queensland.

A travel blog entry by movi on May 31, 2014

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... to Port Douglas. A beautiful drive, even more beautiful than the popular Great Ocean Road (at least according to our opinion) enabled us to enjoy the wet tropics, the rainforest and sugar fields to our left and the rough ocean to our right. At this part of Australia’s coastline it is recommended not to swim in the sea when there are no nets or lifeguards who mark the swimming area, due to stingers, sharks but also saltwater crocodiles. That sounds pretty inviting, ...

Cairns: Uncle Brian's and Cape Tribulation

A travel blog entry by lharbert on Apr 23, 2014

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... can find a mate to do the dirty with too. If there are lots of females in the area, the forest will suddenly light up when an attractive mate flies past (bit like the firefly version of a wolf whistle I suppose). The whole thing reminded me a bit of that gameshow where the women press lights if they like the male contestants (no likey, no lighty). What is that called again?! Then, when we were on the way back our guide told us to turn our torches off. At first it ...


A travel blog entry by gilligun89 on Feb 15, 2014

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... muscle and agression. One, a sheila, looks up with hunger, the leg dangling a couple of meters above, she explodes in power, lifting her whole body onto her tail and as the tail is droped she clamps done with an incredible force. I get to experience this a couple more times before Pumba is no more and it is these experiences that I remember through the boring jobs, through some of the never ending days, these experiences that remind me why I will stay here to complete my 2nd year visa.