Hotel Grand Chancellor Palm Cove

Coral Coast Drive, Palm Cove, Queensland, 4879, Australia | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $104.00

Travel Blogs from Palm Cove

Sunshine on my shoulder

A travel blog entry by mattandcilla


... it's really quite hot. We head back to camp,grab a sundae on our way. The clothes lines in the camp is soo full with quilts, bedding, towels etc. thought it will get all the rest of washing done tomorrow. Grab my quilt sheets and make up bed again. The smell of van is lovely and fresh. It will be lovely to get into a dry fresh smelling bed tonight. Get I little more of my painting done, gave my macaw some colour. Coming on ...

Cairns - Daintree Forest - Atherton Tablelands

A travel blog entry by clearyf


... the dark because if a special fungus that grows on them. Also the idea of closing plants, who's leaves curl up if you touch them. Lots of stops today, so next is Lake Barrine. This is a Volcano lake, so it fills up only with rain water and is 80 metres deep. We go a walk around through the forest there and visit Twin Kuaris tress. These are 1000yrs old, pine trees. 50 metres tall and around 2.5 metres thick. Most of these were cut down by early settlers in order ...

Destination 6 – Outback Road Trip Pt. 4

A travel blog entry by t-dot


... on the road early stopping about an hour outside of Cairns at a rest area to take a shower. We arrived in Cairns around 5pm and headed to the tourist information centre to book a snorkle/scuba cruise to the Great Barrier Reef. After booking the cruise for Thursday (it was Monday at that point) we wandered the city for a few hours grabbing a slice of vegan pumpkin pie as a nice treat for ourselves. We hung around the Lagoon for a bit (Cairns doesn't ...

The Atherton Tablelands

A travel blog entry by dulcielofting


It's been a change of scene today, as we decided to take a look at the Atherton Tablelands. It involved a drive up and over the Divide, which is twisty and forest heavy until the other side of Kuranda, when suddenly the landscape changes and opens out. The rainforest melts away, the mountains retreat and you find yourself in a completely different country, but still within North Queensland. In effect you have climbed on to a plateau and ...

Cape Trib ( as it is known here!)

A travel blog entry by dulcielofting


... He soon realised this was a nonstarter and started to explore, looking for other options. On coming upon this navigable river, he promptly named it for a friend and fellow geologist, Richard Daintree and so the name became synomous with this part of the world. The tropical rainforest grows right down to the river and the edges are clothed in mangroves. There are over 30 species growing in the Park, although I would have to say, seen one mangrove seen em all. They ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Coral Coast Drive, Palm Cove, is near Cairns Tropical Zoo, Kuranda Koala Gardens, Cairns Night Zoo, and Paradise Palms Country Club.
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