Beaches

Address: 19-21 The Esplanade, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4871, Australia | 3 star hotel
 
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      Koalas, Sharks and Turtles...Oh My

      A travel blog entry by nstright on Nov 07, 2014

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      ... to go to a swim up bar. Departing from our room we swam down our shallow portion, and around the bend only to discover that we had to walk up to the bar. That night buses dropped people off at three restaurants for dinner, we went with two couples, no one could eat much more than half their dinner. In the morning there was a speed tour of a wildlife sanctuary full of birds, wallabies, crocks, koalas and kangaroos which are pellets out of our hands. Short but very sweet time in ...

      From Cairns to Port Douglas

      A travel blog entry by bree.therese on Oct 24, 2014

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      So after we at out allocated two pieces of toast and coffee at Nomads (backpackers) we decided to spend some time walking around Cairns. We had a few hours to kill- and Nomads has a shuttle bus that would take us into town. Some things I learned. The hostel was honest! They'd double charged me, worked it out and had cash waiting for me. Good guys nomads. Europeans are selfish jerks a lot of the time. Now I know that's a massive sweeping ...

      5th update: Living in the Tropics

      A travel blog entry by movi on Oct 09, 2014

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      ... instead of flying above it! The day included breakfast, lunch, and snorkelling with turtles, sharks and about 100 other species of fish. It was great we managed to enter the stunning under water world of Australia.

      Port Douglas was also the place where Ivo got absorbed in a very Australian outdoor activity! Have a guess… some of you might already know as you most likely have seen pictures popping by on whatsapp or i-message… but indeed! FISHING is ...

      Yorkeys Knob

      A travel blog entry by terryandlauren on Jul 27, 2014

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      ... out for 5 hours, between 2 spots and also get to swim to a small sand island (Michaelmans Cay) which is a bird sanctuary and man does it stink!....lots of birds=lots of s##t! There's a boundary area roped off so you can't get too close, and if you step over - you get a hefty fine of $7,500!!
      We see lots of fish and coral and are impressed how much better it is than our last over-night boat trip. We'd happily recommend Passions of Paradise, and they also play a really ...

      Indigenous Australians in abundance.

      A travel blog entry by marilynjw on Jul 23, 2014

      ... where nuts had been broken over a very long time. We saw water being added to rock and ochre to make the pastes which we have all seen painted on bodies for ceremonial purposes. Wonderful colours.
      The hour and a half ended with billy tea and damper.
      Boy that walk was some experience !

      Then today more indigenous Aussies........ Kangaroos, so many colourful birds, crocodiles,all at a Wildlife Habitat just down the road. You could ...

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