At the Mango Tree Holiday Apartments
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews At the Mango Tree Holiday Apartments Port Douglas
Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
... are amazed at how much traffic is on this road, so many people heading for the cape in all sorts of 4WD’s with assorted types of trailers and campers, just as many coming back; just like a highway only on a very narrow road. Our walk through the Daintree National Park is on a good boardwalk but with lots of stairs. We are lucky enough to see a gecko not far after the start of the walk and Cathy gives us plenty of information about the flora ...
We made it. We covered over 4600km in just under a week, and have arrived in Port Douglas this Argo to enjoy a week of family fun with Joan and Ray, Bronte and Nori and the girls. The drive from Mission Beach wasn't too strenuous, with loads of cane fields and banana plantations to keep us thinking about our tummies. It had absolutely bucketed down as Cam and I packed up ...
... attention and prismatic waves that ensnare visitors in the riptides of tourism.
Within your first few moments in the hotel, that glorious, polychromatic brochure wall sucks you in like a homing beacon, and over the next few days, you’re finding flyers tucked inside pockets, buried in the bottoms of bags, rolled up inside sweatshirts, and bookmarked in beach reads, each remnants of a weaker, irrational moment when the tourist in your heart sparked to ...
After our trip to the reef we was due to pick up our camper to start our east cost journey but being that we loved Machans beach and staying at Annie's we decided to stay another night. But we still picked up the car so had the car in cairns for a day to explore too. We was banking on getting another relocation camper-van from cairns to Brisbane however there seemed to be none available for the date we wanted, also it was Easter weekend and we had left ...
... and humidity up here in Northern Queensland was uncomfortable and we knew we wouldn't be able to stand it for long so thought it was wise to make our way out of the tropics. The challenge here is distances. You can drive all day and only move a few centimetres along the map! So off we went in Beaten-up Barry with no idea of where our next stop would be, but who cares, at least we have our bed with us!