Latitude 16 Driftwood-Mantaray Holiday Apartments

Address: 65 Macrossan Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4877, Australia | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on 65 Macrossan Street, Port Douglas, is near Sailaway Port Douglas - Sailaway IV Low Isles, Capricorn Caves, Back Country Bliss Adventures, and Port Douglas Day Spa.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Latitude 16 Driftwood-Mantaray Holiday Apartments Port Douglas

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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

The Great Barrier Reef

A travel blog entry by frankenichols on Jul 27, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... At this point, I am really tired and ready for a break. I really found out that snorkeling is not really my thing. I spent more time swallowing salt water (not fun) than looking at the fish.

I take off my fins and move to the boat where I sit. I am done for the day. My legs are not used to this type of work.

At the signal, we all head back to the boat and enjoy the ride back to land, then to our hotel.

Wonga Beach

A travel blog entry by wilendara on Jul 10, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... Was hoping to see a Cassowary but alas no luck.

Took a drive down to Mossman Gorge. Had a lovely stroll through the rain forested gorge and thought that was better value than the Daintree.

Since we could not get an extra night it was time to leave Wonga Beach. We are surprised at the difficulty with booking caravan park sites. Everyone with a caravan must be on the Qld coast and most parks are booked out. Called in to Port Douglas ...

Day one. Arriving at Thala beach Lodge

A travel blog entry by joarmour on Jul 10, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... see, so I will swim tomorrow. After a rest in our room, we dined at Osprey's Restaurant overlooking the aptly named Pacific Ocean. It is dead calm, idyllic views with a fading red sunset. I had barramundi served on rice with a broccoli, pine-nut and raisin salad, washed down with a Pinot Gris from Victoria. Delicious! Jill went for the linguini but had to fight with enormous prawns still in their shells, most of which I ...

Entrance to tropical far North Queensland.

A travel blog entry by janconley on May 28, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... Cape Tribulation a fabulous day! See entry.

On Thursday we revisited Mossman and went to walk Mossman Gorge. See entry.

Our last day was spent relaxing and buying supplies at the last big supermarket before we travel to Cooktown and then onto Cape York. We had lunch at The Old Tin Shed, a bucket of prawns that we shared as we viewed the ocean and the Daintree Rainforest.

... New Zealand continued.

A travel blog entry by libk25 on May 07, 2014

39 photos

... to the van. Not quite the swim before breakie that we had planned, dad had managed a run and a dip! Just out of greymouth mumma decided it was her turn to take control of the venga bus and so she drove us further up the west coast stopping first at Punakaki which is where the pancake rocks and blow holes are situated. The weather wasnt wild enough for the blowholes to be working but it was still cool. Coffee stop and purchased some nz honey before making our way to cape foulwind. ...