Latitude 16 Tropical Reef Apartments

10 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4677, Australia | 7 star condo
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    Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

    Mission Beach, Port Douglas and Cape Tribulation

    A travel blog entry by sergeantdeleeuw on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... and over towards the Territory. Cooktown had been part of our original plan, and we always said once we were in Cooktown we would decide if and how we wanted to get to Cape York. We probably could have done the tent thing for a few days, but with no portable 12v fridge and only 2 x 20L water bottles on the ute, we decided to stick with our van. We also couldn't be bothered with the massive detour out west, so we headed back into Mossman and selected our next spot - ...

    Day 13 - Rain Forest & Crocodiles

    A travel blog entry by rebeccacline on Jul 28, 2014

    ... was the wattle seed, odd but yummy! Returned to the hotel at 3:30. I took a swim in the pool (a little chilly that) and then sat by the pool and read. We met the group for dinner in the hotel restaurant at 7:00. Poor Maree wasn't well and didn't join us. I hope she feels better for the rest of the trip! We fly to Sydney tomorrow and then just two more days with the group. Then we are on our own in Sydney for a couple more ...

    Great Barriers Conquered

    A travel blog entry by outbacktravels on Jun 02, 2014

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    ... is. You see the kids biological clocks are now set to wake up at the same time as us.After breakfast, we wandered down to the Port Douglas Marina to board the Quicksilver Catamaran. The ride out to the reef wasn't too bad and goes for about 1 and a half hours. Olga looked pale and green at the same time but luckily her Ginger tablets and potent medical sea sickness tablets kept her in shape.We went straight for ...

    Where the Rainforest meets the Reef

    A travel blog entry by danandzoelord on May 04, 2014

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    ... population is only 150,000 or so.  Our next camping stop was in a place called Townsville, which we used to break up the long drive from Cairns to Airlie Beach – Townsville is another nice small town, but we didn’t really stay long enough write more about it. The next day (Friday) we arrived at Airlie Beach, which we picked for its proximity to the Whitsunday Islands (or ‘Whitsundays’). On the Saturday we joined a tour ...

    Cairns: Uncle Brian's and Cape Tribulation

    A travel blog entry by lharbert on Apr 23, 2014

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    ... guide was actually really annoying. Pretty patronising and rude. But whatever. He talked about lots of trees and ate some things in the forest to prove that they were edible, but also not really edible... We went on a croc cruise on the Daintree river and saw two crocodiles, one large female and one juvenile. It was quite interesting to learn about how aggressive they actually are. Freshwater crocs are pretty ok and chilled out but saltwater crocs will attack and eat ...