Argosy on the Beach

119 Arlington Esplanade, Clifton Beach, Cairns District, Queensland, 4879, Australia | 4 star condo
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This 4 star condo, located on 119 Arlington Esplanade, Clifton Beach, is near Cairns Tropical Zoo, Kuranda Koala Gardens, Cairns Night Zoo, and Paradise Palms Country Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Clifton Beach

    Rainforest

    A travel blog entry by emilydavis92 on Jun 16, 2014

    2 photos

    ... to see an aboriginal dance performance. They told us what the different dances were for and at the end brought some people up onto the stage to dance with them. Dr. Roux, Jenna, and Peyton were brought up and they did very well to entertain us. Then we went with one of the performers on a Dreamwalk tour. During this walk we saw how they use spears and how far they can be thrown. We learned how to play ...

    HOG Rally day 2

    A travel blog entry by aa95302 on May 03, 2014

    23 photos

    ... and just chilled. Dinner was great again.. . It was a theme night tonight, Tropic thunder, so many people had made the effort and come in costume. Most rather bright and colourful. Then we had the parade of all the chapter flags followed by the prize giving for the gymkhana and bike games...oops.. I knew there was something I was going to miss today... Lol. They then gave prizes for the youngest member at the rally (15 years old) and the oldest 74- living.. But ...

    Tropical Cairns, oh & a cyclone fiasco!

    A travel blog entry by venisha-bhudia on Apr 02, 2014

    ... that way you can go down without instructors and enjoy a longer time under water..after lunch, the weather was getting worse and you could really feel the waves pressure increasing. Whilst snorkelling I kept putting my head up and then chocking and this was because the waves were so strong that they were going higher that my snorkel lol we were called back to the boat and had a very rocky journey home..jayna doesn't suffer from sea sickness but she learnt then that maybe she had ...

    Whitsundays to NZ

    A travel blog entry by dawnmherbert on Mar 03, 2014

    3 comments, 103 photos

    ... no-where to go to get out of it! We were like drowned rats (three of us plus the young Kiwi guide). It was all part of the experience and didn’t put a damper on the trip (excuse the pun!). I managed to keep up with the guide (I was behind him) once I trusted the vehicle not to tip over on the steep tracks, although it felt like it would at times. I spent the rest of the day riding the golf buggy over the island, which didn’t take too long as ...

    Crocs and old crocks!

    A travel blog entry by cazmikeinaus on Feb 03, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... we were warned about the very dangerous plants that grew along the path. What is this country? So many examples of the beauty and the beast all rolled into one.
    At Cairns we booked our dive/snorkel trip for Friday then carried on up to the much smaller, quieter Port Douglas. Before Cairns we took the scenic route through the Tablelands. These hills/mountains can rival any in the world for beauty. Mamu gave us our first opportunity to have a walk above ...