Port Douglas Sands Resort

Address: Cnr Mahogany And Port Douglas, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4871, Australia | 4 star condo
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This 4 star condo, located on Cnr Mahogany And Port Douglas, Port Douglas, is near Port Douglas, The Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary, Four Mile Beach, and Reef Sprinter.
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      A travel blog entry by peasal on Sep 06, 2014

      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 …

      Frost-licious Ice Cream (I'm 6 yrs)

      A travel blog entry by peasal on Sep 05, 2014

      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< …

      Day out...

      A travel blog entry by tomandnicky on Nov 24, 2014

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      ... only two cash machines in the area both out of order, we turned back and drove further inland, taking a different route back South to see what else was there to see. We eventually reached an area called the Atherton Tablelands, which was stunning. We literally just drove through it because it had become a bit late by this point to actually stop off anywhere, but even so, the road was spectacular and so was the area - it's awesome! Very dry and dusty, I stopped to take a picture of a ...

      Fun with the Aussie Animals

      A travel blog entry by mistrytravels on Oct 31, 2014

      5 comments, 11 photos

      ... jump off the table with the aid of a party horn. Tash and I were not the lucky chosen ones, however joined in with the entertainment, cheering and even got a picture with the toads at the end (well at least I was courageous enough to hold one).

      The next day we visited the Wildlife Habitat, a large open plan natural habitat where we had the chance to meet and feed various animals, ...

      Trains, cable cars and planes

      A travel blog entry by peterjl on Sep 15, 2014

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      ... street didgeridoo players ( one was really good and, surrounded by children, whenever one dropped a coin into his box he incorporated a "thank you" into his sound) we followed the almost empty forest walk paths for 2 or 3 miles on a round trip to the sky rail cableway station. The cableway takes you over the forest canopy with the jungle growing up around the supports. Looking down it looks and feels remote and I can believe there are still the odd Cassowary lurking in ...