Port Douglas Apartments
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
Photos of Port Douglas Apartments
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Port Douglas Apartments
Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
Market day in town Tom was itching to get off but conceded an hour to the market. Larger than I thought craft stalls and bricked brack artist showing their work
Breakfast then we set off to see Daintree rainforest a must for everyone if you make it this far. We had been told about the gravel road the ferry, a creek crossing and of course the …
Port Douglas via Hartley Crocodile Sanctuary hardly a sanctuary as it is a farm supplying high grade skins for bags and shoes and other sorts of fashion accessories. However you only see a little bit of this. Part of the tour they told us if the croc had any sense it would fight and get all battered as there was a greater chance of it remaining at …
... the primitive plants that grow in it, like tree ferns, cycads and fan palms. We took a tour with a man who owns a patch of the rainforest and visited the wonderful Daintree Discovery Center, which features a canopy walk and tower. All the time, we were on the lookout for the cassowary, an ostrich sized bird with a blue face and red wattle that lives here- unsuccessfully. Our big adventure, however, was a group sea ...
Ticked another item off Peter's bucket list today - we drove the Bloomfield Track past Cape Tribulation to the Lions Den hotel for lunch, about 30 kms from Cooktown. It took us 3-1/2 hours from Port Douglas - including a ferry crossing on the Daintree River, and 30 kms of four wheel driving which took about an hour. Unfortunately we met a Variety Club Rally from Cooktown heading in the opposite direction on the 4WD section - about 100 ...
We needed to be in Cairns early on Friday morning to shop for our family Port Douglas weekend, so we headed back to Kuranda for Thursday night. It is still warm, but the skies are grey and we have had some rain; hoping it stops for the weekend! Passing through Mareeba again at lunch time, we paid a repeat visit to the Italian deli and cafe. A shared antipasto platter with wood fired ciabatta was a great way to break up the trip. We are camped in rainforest near Kuranda. It is ...