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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
Drove through Mossman to Port Douglas where I spent 2 nights at the Tropical Breeze Caravan Park. I met some nice people here who gave me some useful advice on traveling in a motor home. The Caravan park is just a short walk to the center of town. Nice beach also. Didn't take any photos here.
... Ty, Leesh and the boys arrived with a surprise ... a picture of a cassowary! Just down the road a kilometre or two. A quick visit then off we went. We crawled along at a snail's pace for 2kms without luck. Looks like they were gone. We turned around heading back to Lync Haven, Keith speeding up to the limit when out of nowhere, there they were! Two adult Cassowaries taking a slow stroll across the road. God knows how, but Keith didn't see them. I screamed a ...
... walked to the southern end of the beach where a creek flows down from the mangroves. Here we avoided the water due to the possibility of crocs but didn't see any. Then we walked as far as we could to the rocky headland at the northern end of the beach before returning to camp and rinsing the seawater off our swimmers and ourselves. Feeling clean and refreshed we settled back into our camp chairs once ...
... fur kid) we were both awake rather tired. Wendy was up extra early trying to find an alternate to the local kennels which we both agreed were simply not at a standard where we felt comfortable for Aero to spend an entire week! The only option that worked was at the Kuranda Pet Resort some 70km south of Port Douglas. So off we went just after 8.30am firstly to bust Aero out of Stalag 13 and then off on a 150km round trip to Kuranda. What a difference, these ...
... saw them. After a quick catch up we decided to drive (in Charlotte's) car to Kuranda, a village in the rainforest. The drive up the mountain was horrible, it was such a long and winding road, it reminded me of visiting the highlands or going up gartymore! We eventually made it to the top and parked just out of the village down a different hill as there wasn't any parking in town. Kuranda is famous for its markets and vistas which ...