Latitude 16 Sunseeker Apartments

Address: 7 Garrick St, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4877, Australia | 7 star condo
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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

Cape Tribulation & The Daintree Rainforest

A travel blog entry by retrotripper on Dec 03, 2014

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This was our last day in Queensland and we had booked a trip to Cape Trib. The driver turned up in a state of the art lorry! The cab had been cut through into the container part which was sumptuously fitted with leather upholstery, air con and TV screen showing the road ahead. It was very plush. The driver, Mark was brilliant talking all day long about the trees, wildlife and history of the area and he made the day. We had about 200 miles to cover and ...

Koalas, Sharks and Turtles...Oh My

A travel blog entry by nstright on Nov 07, 2014


... of 1000 eggs only one turtle survives. They have found 3 turtles which have eaten plastic bags, when this happens there is no saving them. An important lesson for the importance of reusable canvas totes. After another short ride on the catamaran the anchor went down for snorkel time. A few of our friends did introductory scuba diving the rest of us joined two guides who toured us around and would dive down to show us star fish, sea cucumber and wave their hand over 3 foot wide clams ...

Stickybeaking in Kuranda

A travel blog entry by shered on Oct 14, 2014

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... here (hard to belive as humidity is in the 80% plus range). Critters were VERY ecstatic. Their cries of delight were deafening and went on and on. Ed finally got up, rummaged around, and used ear plugs to be able to sleep. No problem (sleeping) for me. Perhaps all that ecstatic calling by male tree frogs was in anticipation of what was to come as next morning Ed photographed a couple of Orange-thighed Treefrogs in amplexic bliss, totally oblivious of the camera (the frog ...

5th update: Living in the Tropics

A travel blog entry by movi on Oct 09, 2014

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... pet kangaroos and wallabies, see a Cassowary, koala bears and the inland Taipan (the most venomous land snake of Australia). It was a great day-trip, which reminded us about the wildlife by which we are surrounded. And now I am sure you guys will think “yes but they don’t come close to humans” well to be fair they do. We saw numerous snakes around the hostel and in the Sheraton resort, had crocodiles laying around the golf course and had a crocodile sneak up ...

Day 9 - Snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef

A travel blog entry by repickens712 on Aug 27, 2014

... it was such a warm sunny day, but I had a wetsuit and once we were swimming, it actually felt quite nice. The water was so clear and blue! And the croak was so amazing! There were so many fish of all varieties, and we even saw a sea turtle!! After an hour, we headed about 10 min away to the next part of the reef, and snorkeled for another hour. Here, we saw a giant clam that was approx. 100 years old, and a huge dolphin fish as well. The next site was possibly the ...