Lychee Tree Holiday Apartments

95 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, QLD 4877, Australia | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on 95 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, is near Four Mile Beach, Quicksilver Connections Ltd. Reef Cruises, Calypso Reef Cruises, and Back Country Bliss Adventures.
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    Beautiful sunshine

    A travel blog entry by mattandcilla on Jun 20, 2014

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    This morning the sun is shining, the sick lion kept us awake thru the night. Maybe I forgot to mention that, last two nights here the circus is in town. Thru the night one of the lions make these horrid noises thru the night, keeps us awake. Horrid, these always something with me hey! Matt decides to take me into town to get my hair done, haven't had it done since end of April , for cams wedding. Any way we walked up and down into ...

    Cape Tribulation

    A travel blog entry by lindann on May 03, 2014

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    We drove to the ferry (barge) to cross the Daintree River to Cape Tribulation you drive on one side and few minutes later you drive off on the other side of the river. We
    were surprised that there are houses, farms and lots of various businesses there in a national park. It is beautiful rainforest, beaches and blue water. We went to the Discovery Centre where there are boardwalks through the forest and a tower that is higher than the tree canopy. An audio guides and ...

    Swimming, swamps and stinks

    A travel blog entry by helenadventures on Mar 17, 2014

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    ... fishing. We picked up our spears on the beach and followed the guide across the sand to the shallow water, about ankle deep, and attempted to spear small crabs and fish. Looking back to the mountains and rainforest was spectacular, we had arrived when the tide was out and just turning in so there was a huge stretch of sand - however I did slightly worry we were going to be marooned like in Morecombe Bay! I would have starved as an aborigine, and would ...

    The huntsman

    A travel blog entry by gilligun89 on Jan 14, 2014

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    ... crowded. They were happy to do all jobs, never backing out because it was dirty, Paula and Emmelie only showed their girliness with a cockroach in the bedroom or the Huntsman spider near our table. A spider the size of the hand, a ugly ****er, it seemed to bounce along when trying to get away, we all shivered as it did so, but directing it out the door we soon had to get back to work. This would not be the last time I meet a huntsman.
    The first two days we work for ...

    Mossman Gorge and port douglas

    A travel blog entry by dianeandmike on Dec 27, 2013

    ... a protective stinger suit. It looks so inviting though. Even for me. Well....another first yesterday....I drove the car on the Aussie side of the road. A first for me. Mentally hard to get around, but I did it. We had dinner at Nautilus last night...the best restaurant in Port Douglas. It was like eating in the rainforest...amazing time with Natalie and Kevin and kev's mom and Laurie. We are heading back to Sydney ...