Palm Villas Port Douglas

Address: 40 Warner Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4871, Australia | Condo
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This condo, located on 40 Warner Street, Port Douglas, is near Calypso Reef Cruises, Sailaway Port Douglas - Sailaway IV Low Isles, Capricorn Caves, and Back Country Bliss Adventures.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

    Reef and Rail

    A travel blog entry by stoddart on May 25, 2015

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    ... town at the top of the hinterland. We parked the car at the end of the skyrail and caught a bus to the train station, a lovely old period building. The train takes an hour and a half to travel to Kuranda through the rainforest. Slowly climbing and going through 14 tunnels and across many old bridges. The train stopped at The Barron Falls for everyone to get off and have a look. The Kuranda rail station is another lovely old building with so ...

    Barron Gorge National Park

    A travel blog entry by andytolley on Feb 20, 2015

    ... kept referring to their boat as team China. It really is a different place.

    The rafting itself was brilliant. Would thoroughly recommend it. We had a blast on it and managed to stay in the whole time. We jumped out for a swim when the river ran straight. This was a moment of huge embarrassment as getting back into the boat is immensely hard. The rapids and the speed of it were great though and its definitely something I'd like to gibe s go again.


    The wet tropics.

    A travel blog entry by emilygeorgia18 on Feb 15, 2015

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    ... things you have to try in Australia. One is Timtams, and the other is Vegemite" ARE YOU FOR REAL!? At this point I realised there was no hope. We drove over the Daintree river on a small car ferry then in to the lush Daintree rainforest toward the beach and stopped at the cade for lunch. After lunch we strolled 30 seconds down to the beach to see Cape Trib in all it's grey, grimy glory. On the walk back to the bus the heavens ...

    From Desert to Tropics

    A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Feb 04, 2015

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    ... into an exploration of the Barrier Reef once more - well it would be extremely rude not to! That is if we survive crocodiles, to be found in the creek across the road from the motel, the mossies carrying Dengue fever and a host of other tropical diseases not known to man or electric ants, (whatever they are) - I just love this country!! Don't worry anyone - I sure we will be just fine - we have our bug spray and we are going no where near that ...

    Great Barrier Reef - Peter's Big Birthday

    A travel blog entry by pennywilkins on Nov 11, 2014

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    ... everyone back aboard. We had lunch on the boat before the second dive. The ocean at this dive was quite rough with a current that kept moving us away from the boat. I found this much more tiring even though I was using a noodle while snorkelling. The third dive was calm and there was quite a drop off. The coral was beautiful with lots of variety. We snorkelled until the horn called us in. I was very pleased with the tour. ...