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

The Reef and The Rainforest

A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Oct 07, 2014

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... I've been here and between them they paid as it was my birthday. It was a really nice and unexpected gesture from 2 friends I'd only met 5 days previous. After dinner we went for a walk around Cairns and stumbled upon a street artist who was playing with fire. I was actually quite impressed. I wasn't however impressed when I looked up to the trees above and spotted 10 huge bats flying around. When I say huge I'm not exaggerating either! We decided to grab ice cream and ...

Being a tourist

A travel blog entry by mlndawn on Aug 19, 2014

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... Lake Tinaroo (a large manmade lake), the two crater lakes, Lake Eacham and Lake Barrine, the curtain fig tree, called into the peanut gallery, oops shop, and tasted boiled peanuts (an acquired taste I decided), went to a cheese and chocolate factory, and last but not least called in to the distillery to taste their wares.

I found Lake Tinaroo rather like Wellington Dam (but larger as it is ...

I Climbed a Mountain

A travel blog entry by javastoryteller on Jul 23, 2014

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... we'll just have to come back.

We decided to walk up Mt. Whitfield. It was a long walk with many stairs but I made it all the way to the top and all the way back. So I climbed a mountain.

We then stopped for lunch at the botanical gardens. One thing I have noticed about Australia is that they never seem ready for the influx of tourists. We waited almost an hour for lunch and ...

Uncle Brians Tour and The Great Barrier Reef

A travel blog entry by faraway-fantasy on Jul 22, 2014

... 2999992370605px;">The week went pretty quickly and before I knew it it was time to move into my hostel for a night before my activities began. I checked into my hostel pretty late on and was starting to think about food when Thalita - a Brazilian girl (stereotypically gorgeous!) asked if I wanted to join her and her friends for a cook out. This is one of my favourite things about Australia...they have public BBQ's in the parks, on the beaches...everywhere! They are clean, always ...

Green Island

A travel blog entry by staceytravel on Jul 09, 2014

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... of the crew came to our table and asked us if we would like to see how the boat was driven. It was so cool some of the things they had there. They had a radar, binoculars, an engineer on board all the time and lots of other awesome things. It was just like the movies! Though it was kind of creepy because the Captain said the ship was on Auto Pilot, and for me that meant NO ONE IS DRIVING THE BOAT!! At the end of the day we got back to the caravan ...