Tropical Palms Inn

Address: 34 Picnic Street, Picnic Bay, Magnetic Island, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, 4819, Australia | Condo
 
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This condo, located on 34 Picnic Street, Picnic Bay, Magnetic Island, is near Wet Tropics World Heritage Area and Gavin Ryan Studio.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Tropical Palms Inn Magnetic Island

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Travel Blogs from Magnetic Island

FraserIsland, Withsundays, Airliebeach, Townsville

A travel blog entry by mariaklonhammer on Dec 09, 2014

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... degrees. It's the beginning of the rainy season which means that it's extremely hot and humid, two steps outside and you're dripping in sweat. Julie and I spend the whole day trying to do something else then going to the lagoon (which is the only thing you actualy can do here). We first went to a travelagency (read: free use of computers) where we met the Israeli Shim, who started a conversation with me when se read my UCAS statement on my screen which says something about Israel ...

Days visit to Magnetic Island

A travel blog entry by karen.yardley.3 on Nov 20, 2014

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... ship's compass of Captain Cook as he passed the island when sailing up the east coast of Australia in 1770

Hired our car for the day, we actually had a red one!
The island is small,
Drove to Picnic bay lunch & swim. Saw the rock wallaby's at at Arcadia by
Alma bay.
Next stop the fort to see Koalas ...

Magnetic Island - getting to know the natives

A travel blog entry by laurenfaye on Oct 07, 2014

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... different story. We hopped on the bus to the entrance to the Forts Lookout walk and trundled 45 minutes up and around a bush trail to gain a view of the island (see photos). Although the view was amazing, along with the views on the way up, the most exciting thing was seeing my first wild koala cuddling a nearby tree (see photos). We didn't get too close though, after all there is an epidemic of chlamydia in koalas at the moment apparently and we didn't fancy taking ...

Megan & Paul Catch Up

A travel blog entry by badger2 on Sep 13, 2014



Today we caught up with Megan and Paul English for lunch.
Paul and I had a great time reminiscing about our Home Brewing adventures when
we were neighbours at Toomulla Beach. Back when we would consume a 22lt Home
Brew Beer Keg in an afternoon session between us whilst the girls were at work.
We returned to Paul and Shelly’s just in time to watch the start of the NRL
Cowboys Vs Bronco’s game. Well done the Cowboys.

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Yet more football and McLellands Lookout...

A travel blog entry by markandshirley on Jul 14, 2014

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... meter uit op het uitkijk punt. Prachtige views maar wel erg fris. Onder aan de klim was het 21 graden en boven nog maar 13. We hadden gelukkig een jas bij ons.Koffie en gebak in het Rainforrest café volgde.

In de middag begonnen met de voorbereiding voor de verhuis dag van morgen. Net lekker mexicaans gegeten.

Wordt vervolgd,

Lot's of love/Groetjes,

Shirley and Mark


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