Tropic Breeze Van Park

24 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4877, Australia | Campground
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TripAdvisor Reviews Tropic Breeze Van Park Port Douglas

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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

Daintree & Cape Tribulation

A travel blog entry by naomiheagney on Aug 13, 2014

4 comments, 20 photos

... interesting. The boardwalk finished beside the entrance to Myall beach so we had a look there as well. We nearly didn't stop at Thornton beach but were so glad we did. As well as lovely trees on the beach we found the industrious bubble crabs hard at work creating beautiful patterns in the sand. They were intriguing and we are going to find out more about them. Next stop was Cow Bay beach. One the way back Mum spotted a Cassowary - though not being completely sure she said ...

Markets and shopping

A travel blog entry by moffatsoztrip on Jul 21, 2014

5 photos

... Australian animal skins for sale.
The boys went nuts trying on hats with crocodile teeth bands and kangaroo paw back scratchers, cane toad purses but the piece de resistance was the kangaroo testicle key rings. Callum was holding it up and asked innocently to Mez what animal is this? She explained that is was a kangaroo's testicle, to which she got a blank ...

We are finially at Port Douglas

A travel blog entry by maribru on Jul 13, 2014

5 photos

... we got free Wi-Fi which we just had so much trouble to log on to!!!!! (Just the wrong Generation) Anyway we were helped, very patiently by a young staff member with much admiration on our part!!
On our way to Atherton we did stop for a lovely morning tea at Ravenshoe, at the very busy Bakery. It was a very hilly and windy road but with beautiful scenery, which only the Passenger could really enjoy. At one stage, after some roadwork's, we were 8 Vans and a ...

... New Zealand continued.

A travel blog entry by libk25 on May 07, 2014

39 photos

... so couldn't stand outside for long, ma and I covered ourselves in aeroguard and managed to drink our tea out there though. Driving along the open road next to the coast and all of a sudden the most spectacular sunset appeared behind us. We notified mum and dad and we were able to pull over in a layby in time to capture the most incredible pink and orange sunset you have seen. Looked out towards the sea from Bruce bay and the sun made the mountains behind us look like Ayers Rock. Saw ...

Daintree Forest Tour

A travel blog entry by domian on Mar 04, 2014

... were to be picked up for the jungle surfing (zip wires through the forest). Ricky just disappears. Doesn't say that's where we are and that he'll meet us later but we assume that's what's happening. The guys doing the zip wires, Olly, ????? and ???? were good. Got harnessed up and given named helmets. I was Pippy Longstocking and Ian was George of the Jungle. We did 5 zip wires. One uphill, 2 tandem, one fast one upright and one fast one upside down. It was fun. Then ...