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

Kuranda Village

A travel blog entry by lorrog on Jul 30, 2015

11 photos

30 July A lazy start to the day, drove down to Cairns to do the Sky Rail trip up to Kuranda Village in the rainforest.Cost was $109.00 each return trip. Boarded the gondola at 10.35 and after 2 stops with a boardwalk through the bush area we arrived at Kuranda at 12pm.
We walked around for a while then had lunch at the Rainforest View Restaurant where Di and I had Kangaroo pie and chips, ...

Daintree day 2

A travel blog entry by redhalo on Jul 10, 2015

... not to see any animals such as turtles and dugong but we did see mudskippers and crabs as well as fish when we walked up one of the creeks after beaching our kayaks. The bobbles of sand left by the crabs felt like carpet -really soft! Everyone has left my dorm. Don't know whether to feel pleased or a little lonely. Plan to walk some of the coastline after lunch and see what I can find! ...

Port Douglas

A travel blog entry by turnbulls2015 on Jun 30, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... get in at all. Apparently they had two inches of rain here overnight so it's pretty damp here. We do our shopping for the next month today and I literally can't fit all the food in the van. We do check in and walk around town. It just seems like shops and pubs. We go to The Groper Bar at the inlet where we first went for a wine and bucket of prawns 17 years ago and not much has changed. Well that is apart from the hundreds of people that come every day to watch George the Groper ...

Port Douglas to Cape Tribulation

A travel blog entry by greynomad1946 on Jun 10, 2015

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... car because of the heavy rain. We were hoping to see a Cassowary but they were not co-operating. However in one of the side roads we saw a large black boar. It ran alongside our car for 200 metres before disappearing into the forest. Just a few kms up the road was a tea plantation. Lunch was a picnic at Cow Bay which is a picturesque landmark where one of the creeks flows into the ocean. After that the rain seemed to be increasing so we headed back to the punt to get back to the ...

Hockey's farm - Ramada Port Douglas 184k

A travel blog entry by lynnstephenbell on May 04, 2015

5 photos

... where we would be staying. The hotel is now owned by Wyndham Holiday Resorts and as we are members of this program we got asked to a free members drinks evening down by the pool. Attended this function, were we meet a lovely couple and their one year old daughter, Layla, from Canberra. Finished the evening by having a lovely meal at the hotel Restaurant which was also by the lovely Lagoon/ pool ...