The Beachfront Hideaway

Address: 10 Coconut Street, Holloways Beach, Cairns District, Queensland, 4878, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 10 Coconut Street, Holloways Beach, is near Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, Tropical Horizons Tours, and Bandicoot Bicycle Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Holloways Beach

Our Wedding Day

A travel blog entry by eastallie on Dec 24, 2014


... help us anyway he can. He told us we would probably see kangaroos, dingos and run over a few snakes. But we should definitely enjoy Chillagoe. Trevor and Paul both told us to be sure to see the caves. There were 40,000 year old drawings in those caves. I am hoping we get to experience all those things. It would be a bust to come to Australia and not see at least one kangaroo. I just hope one doesn't run into our car. ...

Botanic Garden

A travel blog entry by codie on Nov 28, 2014

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... back and booked another 2 nights at the hostel. Went and put the washing on and headed for the pool. Spent a while in there. Then put the washing out to dry and had showers.

Went and made tea. Decided to have a cup of tea tonight, didn't really know what to do with the powered milk though. I use milk to cool my tea down... so this powered **** did nothing. Also you're putting powered milk in to be absorbed by the water, but the water ...

Australia: a series of unexpected of events...

A travel blog entry by isy14 on Oct 14, 2014

... with the sailing. It was called Avatar and this excited me as I was able to make the joke, 'maybe I will sail into another world'. This, obviously, didn't receive as much positive reinforcement as I had hoped but I went with it anyway. The staff on this boat were just amazing and really conscientious of the customers well being and enjoyment of the trip. They took us to a few islands where we were able to snorkel around the reefs with the fish there. Bright, rainbow coloured ...

Cruising the Great Barrier Reef

A travel blog entry by millsontour on Aug 21, 2014

1 comment, 42 photos

... opportunity to meet people. We were all struck by the contrast with our Yosemite walk when we really got to talk to everybody and get close over the same time.

Tom and James did four SCUBA dives and got a PADI level done. The dive master was from Uxbridge and was a real laugh- tempting career change? Tom Mills Dive Master- bit of a way to go.

The sea was really choppy and tricky and Ruth did really well. She had been excluded from ...

Runaway Train

A travel blog entry by themossfamily on Jul 28, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... air and a cloud of ‘steam/fog’ seemed to rise up from the ground and envelope around us. You could hear the ‘drip drip drip’ of raindrops from the leaves and the once dried up river bed soon begin to flow again.We headed back to the sky rail to continue our journey onwards to Tjapukai (an Aboriginal Cultural Park). The girls especially loved it here. We got to learn so much about the Tjapukai culture. We listened to authentic music, ...