Port Douglas Apartments

Address: 63 Macrossan Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 487, Australia | 7 star condo
 
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This 7 star condo, located on 63 Macrossan Street, Port Douglas, is near Sailaway Port Douglas - Sailaway IV Low Isles, Back Country Bliss Adventures, Capricorn Caves, and Port Douglas Day Spa.
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      Port Douglas - day 3

      A travel blog entry by sonliz on Dec 03, 2014

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      ... There were some rescued wallabies, snakes and lorrakeets too. Our guide was pretty excited to see a "Katy did" caught in the pincers of a scorpion! Rog tasted a green ant which had a strong citrus flavour. We finished off with a boat trip along the Daintree river but didn't see any ...

      Koalas, Sharks and Turtles...Oh My

      A travel blog entry by nstright on Nov 07, 2014

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      ... out room to the pool. Great fun, incredible landscaping and fountains. After waking up at 2am and no more sleep for Susan but a good night for Niki we were bussed to a marina where a huge catamaran waited to take us out to a private area of the reef where there was a permanent dock. Under the water level, two by two we sat, the seat behind us lowered,etc until, you guessed it, we were in there like sardines. A 15 minute ride yielded many fish sightings and a record 5 sea turtle ...

      Stickybeaking in Kuranda

      A travel blog entry by shered on Oct 14, 2014

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      ... Fortunately they are born fully feathered and able to run.... During Jungle Walk (why is it called this in the rainforest?) we passed by a number of paperbark trees which are also known as "Tea Tree" as a tea can be made of its leaves.A graceful large tree, quite scenic. Made for quite the pastoral walk..reminiscent of some the walks we experienced in England. 'Australia’s Indigenous people made great use of this natural treasure they used its soft bark for ...

      5th update: Living in the Tropics

      A travel blog entry by movi on Oct 09, 2014

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      ... place where the Tropics literally meets the Great Barrier Reef (GBR). We weren’t too lucky with the weather but still saw some beautiful beaches and natural sceneries. We paid a visit to Hartley’s Crocodile Adventure; quite an exciting, interesting and also informative attraction. We were literally surrounded by crocodiles, witnessed crocodiles being fed and watched them do the famous death roll, to sum it up we basically saw Steve Irwin’s prodigy in action. ...

      Day 9 - Snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef

      A travel blog entry by repickens712 on Aug 27, 2014

      ... into town for another delicious breakfast at SeJuice. This time I had eggs, bacon and toast. Then we headed over to the port to hop aboard the Calypso Blue, the 60-person boat that would take us out. We grabbed our fins and snorkels, and prepared for launch. The trip began with a 90 min rip to our first destination, and we were so far off from the coast that we could just barely see the mountains on the horizon, once we stopped, we got into the water. It was quite cold ...