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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    Travel Blogs from Magnetic Island

    Day 95. Ingham to Townsville. 100 Ks.

    A travel blog entry by terro12 on Sep 17, 2015

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    Reluctantly we departed from the lovely camping spot at Ingham. Following the Bruce Highway we headed south once again travelling through acres and acres of cane fields. Some are being harvested and there are racks of cane train wagons on sidings waiting to go to be processed. The road is quite flat and easy to negotiate. One little bit of excitement, well, to me at least. Was the sighting of the prestigious Queensland Spirit train heading north. We did stop once on ...

    Southwards Towards Home-but not too fast

    A travel blog entry by kft on Aug 19, 2015

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    ... Mareeba Leagues Club on a few Sunday mornings for breakfast. A good breaky with buffet and a discount for members which made it a nice cheap meal and a pleasant way to start the day.

    Of course We enjoyed many get together's/happy hours either around big Kev's campfire or in someones annexe even just sitting outside where a great range of subjects came under intense discussion and all in a friendly and often amusing manner. Lots of sweet and savoury nibbles ...

    Proper Travelling

    A travel blog entry by james.arnold on Aug 12, 2015

    ... A lot of) money well spent. The diving itself was pretty incredible. Although I can’t say I enjoyed it as much as snorkelling. My ears hurt a lot going down (we descended to about 12 metres) and I found it hard to breathe normally through the mask. Also, we didn’t actually see that much life in the deeper parts of the coral, which I was surprised about. Maybe we just got unlucky. Once we got back up, we tucked into an all-you-can eat Aussie style BBQ which the crew had ...

    Day 2 Townsville

    A travel blog entry by franandallan on Jul 31, 2015

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    ... had lots of laughs about it all day. We voted Jim again to be our tour director for the day. He took us to Casell Hill lookout and Jezzine Barracks great views from the lookout that is in the back street of the main shopping area. So close to town is this Hugh rock with a lookout on top .We had a good look and walk around the Barracks. Lorraine and I took a path away from the boys when we got back to the path 3 minutes later we couldn't ...

    Townsville to Cape Hillsborough

    A travel blog entry by kathyconnors on Apr 28, 2015

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    ... Park. This is a great park with natural habitat and informative rangers. We were able to see kangaroos hopping around, koala bears, touch a wombat, hold a baby crocodile, and a snake. Snake fearing Pete held a snake! So did I for that matter! I got to hold a baby wallaby and koala bear. We watched them feed the crocodiles and finally got to see a cassowary bird. It was a long 239 mile drive to Cape ...