Tropical Nites

Address: Tropical Nites Units 119 Davidson St, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4877, Australia | 2 star condo
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This 2 star condo, located on Tropical Nites Units 119 Davidson St, Port Douglas, is near Four Mile Beach, Quicksilver Connections Ltd. Reef Cruises, Calypso Reef Cruises, and Capricorn Caves.
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          • Beach
          • Swimming pool


          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking


          • Suites

          TravelPod Member ReviewsTropical Nites Port Douglas

          Reviewed by naomiheagney

          3 nights at Tropical Nites

          Reviewed Aug 11, 2014
          by (2 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

          All good for our needs.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Tropical Nites Port Douglas

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

          To The Rainforest

          A travel blog entry by emily.omahoney on Sep 23, 2015

          2 comments, 40 photos

          ... hour trip on the Daintree River and one of the tributary creeks. We saw one crock, several logadiles (do you know what they are????). We saw lots of birds, ferns, orchids and pretty scenery. Brian is trying to memorize all the different bird calls and then he will move onto frog calls. I can’t keep the trees up to speed. There are many species that we also have in Florida. The Alexandra palm ...

          Wavelength Snorkel Trip

          A travel blog entry by suzeey on Aug 31, 2015

          7 photos

          ... cat. The crew handed out gear; shortie wetsuit, fins, snorkel and mask, and took our shoes which they stowed in a crate until the end of the trip. We had chosen the smallest tour with a maximum passenger total of 46 with 5 crew, including two marine biologists; quite an intimate number considering other companies with bigger boats take up to 400 passengers. We had a full day with ...

          Port Douglas, Great Barrier Reef & the Rain Forest

          A travel blog entry by mcateers360 on Aug 08, 2015

          43 photos

          ... we are told. He took a real shine to kelly and she even got to cuddle him and feed him. Check out the photos and video, which even with an underwater camera were not easy to take lol... The Great Barrier Reef is the largest living thing at 2,500 km long and made up of some 2,900 reefs. It is so big, it's the largest living thing you can see from the moon. Its a true must to visit when coming to Australia. So after our final dive sight, we set sail for ...

          Getting closer to Cooktown

          A travel blog entry by shawthing on Aug 01, 2015

          5 photos

          ... into the adjacent Police Station and checked .... no free camping. We called the 3 Caravan Parks and found they were booked out. A little disappointing as we had heard so much about Port Douglas and wanting to spend time there. Although our first impressions were a town full of resorts and lots of holiday makers with plenty of money. We spent most of the day checking out the beach , shops etc and left for Shannonvale free camp about 20 kms away. The worst night so far ...

          Day 33 - Daintree National Park

          A travel blog entry by lorraineburgess on Jul 02, 2015

          7 photos

          ... tree that had bent over with the roots Criss-crossing over the trunk to make it look like it had been crocheted. After our walk, we started back to have a Daintree ice cream flavoured with mango, wattle seed, passion fruit and pineapple $6.50 each but very nice. Then we joined the long cue to board the ferry home. A day well ...