The Pavilions Port Douglas - Boutique Holiday Apartments
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... a taste. We were served up Jack fruit, Pineapple, Raspberry and wattle ice cream. Pineapple and raspberry won hands down. Then it was back on the ferry and onto Port Douglas, where we first went to have a look at the Marina and then onto the lookout, which gave us an awesome view of one of the stunning beaches. Port Douglas also had lots of lovely cafe’s and boutique shops. Back to our caravan in Cairns to unpack all the camping gear and repack for our move in the ...
... have the only reef activity platform and it was ideal to do the activities and to get out of the sun. With a senior discount !!! It was about $200 each but a once in a lifetime experience. It took about an hour and half at around 32 knots to get there and we went in the little viewing semi submersible subs which took us around the reef. Pictures don't do it justice. We were lucky to have ...
We have spent a wonderful week in Port Douglas, staying in a caravan park just out of town. The weather has been sensational and we have been walking on the beach and swimming every day. By a lovely coincidence, friends Rod and Lauryn were visiting family in Cairns so we were able to catch up. On ...
... the “Rex” lookout then onto Palm Cove, walked along the beach front a bit windy for us. Stopped for lunch at Coffee Haven, I had a caeser salad, average; more like bacon and egg with cos lettuce and toasted ciabatta bread. On the way back we stopped at Ellis beach I got talking to “Manu” a 60 plus Hippy with dreadlocks hair, he told me he has been on the road for 6 years just driving up and down the Queensland coast & even goes to Tasmania.
... made on site. The first three of these were lovely but the jackfruit was a little too weird. Thomas burned off some of this sugar intake with a running session around the beautifully kept gardens, and was still hyper when having a photo in front of the banana trees.
Cow bay was next, and this beach far exceeded our expectations- almost as if we had been washed up on the "lost" island. Again, we were virtually alone here although we do pick up ...