Latitude 16 Tropical Reef Apartments

Address: 10 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4677, Australia | 7 star condo
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      Around Port Douglas

      A travel blog entry by retrotripper on Dec 02, 2014

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      ... Vale.. Boy, we know how to choose them! We had a brilliant meal of prawns with rice and beef noodles. The meal cost £25 for the two of us! We are learning that the people of Port Douglas get up early and go to bed early so we are doing the same, hence the blog on time. This morning we were up at 7 am and doing the 4 mile beach - not the full length. We then climbed up to Flagstaff Hill taking the short cut through some ...

      Along the Captain Cook Hwy

      A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Nov 18, 2014

      20 photos

      ... girls stayed on the bank while I swam, boxers and all. There's a strong current but the low level stops you heading over the levels onto the giant boulders below. The trail takes around an hour and is mostly raised walkway covered by canopy.

      Mossman is like every other small town, there's a single petrol station, lone barbers and a couple of wooden grocery stores stretched out over a mile or so. don't expect service after 3pm but you can park almost anywhere for free. ...

      Day 13 - Rain Forest & Crocodiles

      A travel blog entry by rebeccacline on Jul 28, 2014

      ... here is the oldest in the world and quite beautiful. And very wet. We had a little bit of rain on the way up and buckets of it later. On the road up we had to cross the Daintree River by ferry. Although we didn't see any, we we're assured that the water there was infested with "Salties" - Saltwater Crocodiles, the most dangerous ones. Our first stop was for tea at a nice little place by the ocean. Maree. Warned us not to ...

      Dominic goes camping near the beach

      A travel blog entry by godboldsgonorth on Jul 26, 2014

      20 photos

      ... butterfly is the Cairns Birdwing, which is my favourite butterfly

      After the bug house we went for a cruise down the Daintree River. It was really fun because we got to see estuarine crocodiles in the wild. They are called estuarine because they inhabit estuaries, and can live in fresh or salt water.

      We stayed at Wonga Beach, where we walked on the beach. We found a swing hanging from a coconut palm. I could spin ...

      We are finially at Port Douglas

      A travel blog entry by maribru on Jul 13, 2014

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      ... Liquors. They really do their Tourism well up here!! From there we went to Yungaburra where we had a delicious lunch at a Nick's Swiss/Italian Restaurant Next morning we met up with the others at the Tolga market, that takes place once a month, then on to a wonderful place called Lake Barrine, where we went on a lovely one hour cruise, with the Grandson of the man that built it all up and explained, whilst navigating, all about flora and fauna. Whilst waiting for ...