Port Douglas Sands Resort
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
Photos of Port Douglas Sands Resort
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Port Douglas Sands Resort
Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
No crocodiles were there, only birds. The only thing I thought was cool was an owl that a man pointed out. The owl was really hard to spot but I saw it! The crocodiles are nearly impossible
to spot. It was good they had food on the boat for free but there was not much of the food. It was really bad because you were supposed to see crocs but …
Interesting flavours. Coconut not my favourite. Apricot really really yummy.
Black sapote alright. Wattle seed was my second favourite. If I was mum or dad I would take
us all back there. Also caramel russian fudge was sold there and it was really good. The ice cream shop is in the middle of nowhere so do not expect it to be on the corner< …
... and helped start a fire, we watched some dancing, and were awarded with some face paint. It was a little Disney-esque, but entertaining nonetheless.
Tomorrow we continue on to Sydney! But don’t worry, there is the required 24 hours between diving and flying. We have a lazy morning planned and don’t fly until mid-afternoon. And honestly, I'm happy for the small break in the itinerary. Vacation is ...
... and watched tv.
Sorted out a hire car for Tuesday so we can go up to Cape Tribulation. There's no way of getting there otherwise!
Whilst we were watching some tv the rain got really heavy and there we flashes from behind the curtain. Had a look outside and it was a full on storm outside. The first one of the season.
There were flashes of lightening going on constantly. The ...
... Port Douglas and the Daintree National Park - a wet tropics World Heritage Area famed for it’s ancient rainforest and fragile ecosystem, mountains and pristine beaches - often with steep hillsides plunging directly into the sea. North of the Daintree river there is no mains power and the metal road was only completed to Cape Trib in 2002; the world famous 4WD Bloomfield Track north of Cape Trib to the Bloomfield River was bulldozed through in 1983 and is ...