Tropical Palms Inn

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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    Travel Blogs from Magnetic Island

    Arrived in Rollingstone...

    A travel blog entry by markandshirley on Jul 11, 2014

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    Today was moving day and we headed up north of Townsville to a tiny place called Rollingstone. It is probably one of the prettiest parks we have stayed in, very isolated with an absolute beachfront setting. The journey was all savannah plains and mountains in the distance, only interrupted by the "big mango"!!

    After a pretty efficient set up Mark tested out the resort pool which ...

    Week 42 - Magnetic Island 30th-1st July

    A travel blog entry by eshaw15 on Jul 01, 2014

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    ... 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 on Apr 09, 2014

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    ... 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 ...

    Entry One - Townsville, Queensland, Australia.

    A travel blog entry by djdavies on Dec 28, 2013

    ... travel scene, While I've only been to Thailand, a party holiday destination if ever there was one. Nicole has volunteered in Ecuador, with an organisation known as VESA. Nicole being from a family of seasoned travellers, went alone, didn't know anyone, and came back fulfilled by the volunteer experience. Having met new friends, experienced another culture first hand, she has barely stopped raving about it ever since. Of our two experiences, we both thought volunteering overseas ...

    Whitsundays, diving Great Barrier Reef hook island

    A travel blog entry by laracamille on Dec 13, 2013

    Ok so sleeping on a boat isn't the best place I've slept.. Kept waking up during the night and now I'm shattered!! But managed to get some breakfast in before my dive, put my stinger suite on and jumped into the little boat, got kitted up with the help of the instructor and done a backwards roll into the sea.. We went down straight away and started exploring, it was amazing ...