Nautilus Holiday Apartments

Address: U 69 71 Davidson St, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4877, Australia | Condo
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        A travel blog entry by emily.omahoney on Sep 25, 2015

        61 photos

        ... when roasted according to Juan. The mature plant turns into a bamboo looking vine which is used for framework for structures since it has some elasticity. And you can get water from the center when cutting if you are thirsty.

        Cut for dinner…….

        On our way back we stopped at the ice cream place called the Daintree Ice Cream Company set within a fruiting tree grove. It was ...

        Day 16 – Port Douglas

        A travel blog entry by millarfamily on Sep 13, 2015

        13 photos

        ... to the ferry. We decided to have a cruise on the Daintree River with promised crocodile sightings. The cruise was OK with a lot of information about the bird and plant life along the shore. We saw a couple of juvenile crocs as well as two mature females. It was all quite good but, as far as crocs go, nothing like the rivers of the NT we saw two years ago.

        We arrived back at the caravan worn out from a big day so a slap-up tea and listening to the footy was in ...

        We're finally warm!

        A travel blog entry by mnkschultz on Aug 14, 2015

        71 photos

        ... back we stopped at Blooms Cafe at Ayton where we had excellent steak burgers for a late lunch in a veranda style outdoor eating area. We took a road to the beach & then took a dirt road along the sea front. However it quickly turned into a sand track but we got to the end where the Bloomfield River enters the sea. A number of the local indigenous people were there fishing or camping. About 45 mins later we stopped at an iconic old pub called The Lions Den which was ...

        Kuranda, Cairns, and Port Douglas

        A travel blog entry by philandmarl on Jul 23, 2015

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        ... reading and relaxing. It was another long night. Sunday was more family time. Jamie had to leave Sunday night, so we had an early dinner and then collapsed on the couches. There was a bit of a slide show (of course) and then early to bed. Next morning we went into Palm Cove for breakfast and said our goodbyes. Amy, Matt, Doug and Nerissa headed for the airport and Phil and I went back up to the Atherton tablelands. It was a truly magical weekend - the best birthday ...


        A travel blog entry by opalvacationer on Jul 08, 2015

        14 photos

        Mosman Gorge was one of the things on our bucket list to do while we are here, it's just a short drive from the camp to the Gorge Centre then a short drive by bus which runs every fifteen minutes about two kilometres to the beginning of the walks in this National Park. The walks follow the Mosman River well up into the gorge and wind around some amazing scenery on the way, some of the sights we have taken in is beyond description and I doubt if photos can ...