Tropical Palms Inn

34 Picnic Street, Picnic Bay, Magnetic Island, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, 4819, Australia | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Magnetic Island

Week 42 - Magnetic Island 30th-1st July

A travel blog entry by eshaw15


... pursaded to pack up my stuff and move to the other hostel on the island, Base backpackers. However due to the amazing bus services on the island we got stranded half way and had to hitch a ride off a lovely guy who was driving the islands “Barbie” topless cars…. Sounds hilarious. They are, for $90 a day you can hire what looks like a Barbie dream beach car, no doors or windows or roof, low to the ground plastic wonder…looks ...

Koalas, Crocs and a cheeky Cockatoo

A travel blog entry by toddlerontour


... for calling the Koalas “Koala bears” (or Polar Bears in Chloe’s case). They’re not bears. Obviously. So Koalas it is from now on.

After a lunch at the beautiful Horseshoe Bay we took a stroll on one of the islands several walking tracks. This one promised wild Koalas and the possibility of both Rock Wallabies and Death Adders (the latter being met with less enthusiasm than the ...

Magnetic Island

A travel blog entry by hollytripp


... a seed between your lips and the bird would reach for it and it looked as if you were giving it a kiss which was really cute! Croc- I also held a baby croc, and for a baby it still had some pretty developed teeth! It's eyes were really creepy looking too! You had to hold it in a certain way so it didn't try and escape! In the afternoon I chilled by the pool for a little bit and then got the bus to Geoffrey bay on the island. This is where the rock wallabies are well known ...

Koalas and wallabies

A travel blog entry by judith_michi


... come by right in front of our hostel bungalow and a possum trying to join us for dinner, we thought it would be time to see a koala. The safest bet to see koalas in the wild is to take the Fort Walk at dawn. Well, at least we took the right walk but not exactly the right time as it was just before noon when we started. The heat and little shade on the walk did not make it the most enjoyable experience but the views across some bays were fantastic. Soon after we thought we might turn ...

Moving On

A travel blog entry by dulcielofting


... of sub tropical Queensland is a centre for sugar cane production and plantations and old railways lines that transport the cut crop criss cross the area. There are tomato and mango farms, plus coffee plantations,which took me by surprise. We were not far out of Airlie Beach when we came across an advertising hoarding inviting the traveller to take a break and sample the Whitsunday Coffee Company's brew. It was lunchtime and a decent cup of coffee is hard to find on this side of ...

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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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