Freestyle Resort Port Douglas
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- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
... place to see them so maybe we will be blessed there. However, we did see
the Ulysses butterfly which is a large butterfly with iridescent blue wings
famous in this area. After three glorious nights in this ancient, inspiring
place it was time to face the hairy road out again, hoping and praying we
wouldn’t meet one of the B doubles bringing in road base to repair some side
roads in the area as we go over the pass en route to the ferry…
... paid for by Pokies M/C income the green is 38.8mt Sq Home by 3pm for tea with 119 km on the clock. We all walked down Macrossan St again for tea tonight we had Chinese at the Jade palace; we all enjoyed a very nice meal. Then on the walk home Di bought ice cream, all very decadent.
27 July, Another nice warm morning, had breakfast then drove down to the wharf to board our Catamaran named Wavedancer originally built by Alan Bond for use as the Media boat for the America's ...
... our earlier encounters at he wildlife park, especially since the tide was at its lowest.. We boarded last and cited ourselvesright at the front of the boat. One complimentary beer and champagne later we were moving. The captain was a humourous and knowledgeable chap who told us interesting bits and pieces as we scoured the banks. We were lucky and quickly saw a small one of just over a metre, followed by a bigger one coming out the water then a 4 meter ...
... limit of 48 hours. A prime position on the front row of this small area in front of pristine parkland with BBQ's and shelters and on the beach, with the Rollingstone Creek entrance just 100 mtrs away... what more could one ask for. A takeaway shop with basic necessities, sunny skies, warm weather and good company.. it had the lot. This is where we met up with Andrew n Margaret and Rob n Emma Campbell from Mooroopna and Shepparton. The rangers made a visit to the free camp ...
... itself and is also home to so many diverse creatures. Just to be there, underwater with only 4 dives to my name before today, looking at something I’ve only ever seen on TV and always wanted to experience was a surreal moment for me. I spent a total of 110 minutes diving at 3 sites and to attempt to describe any one of these in any amount of descriptive words that I could conjure up wouldn’t ...