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- Shuttle bus service
- Outdoor pool
- Concierge desk
- Babysitting service
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... The big sighting was a little bird, the little kingfisher. Another passenger was an avid birdwatcher and birdlister (called "twitchers" here) and she had been looking for this bird for a while. We shared in her triumph.
It was almost dark when the boat tour finished and we had to cross the Daintree River on a ferry and drive for 2 hours on winding roads through Daintree Rainforest National Park to get to ...
... in a holiday with them, leaving the vans in Townsville we lived it up in a holiday rental, Banyak Villa - a huge pool, abundance of sun soaked deck, a couch and big TV, we were set! Magnetic island was lovely, kids enjoyed the beach, fish and chips and an ice cream treat. Next stop was cairns - a few nights at the Coconut Resort with the bride and groom! Pools, games room, jumping pillows etc, but the worst weather we have had all trip. We went to ...
... The next day we returned to the Daintree again to travel up to Cape Tribulation. You have to cross over the Daintree River by ferry and then drive about 36km to reach the Cape. After that it is strictly a 4WD route. It's a beautiful, rough, rainforest drive passing by some beautiful beaches as well as a lot of rainforest.There are many places to stop and eat, walk and be informed about the environment. It is an amazing ...
... a standard 1.6 engine under the hood as they don't let tourists loose on the proper turbo model. Probably just as well, because on these windy roads I'm sure they would have accidents.
The reason we went for Port Douglas over staying in Cairns is that I've just heard good things about it over the years, and didn't really like Cairns last time. It seemed a backpacker place just for Great Barrier Reef boat trips. Port Douglas is the more grown up cousin up the road with a ...
... a beach walk is it for the day. Well so much for a lazy day the beach walk to the Daintree river entrance at the north end of the beach was a 14 km return walk in bare feet on sand and in water. It was a perfect day blue skies with the usual cloud on the mountain top. We saw a pod of Dolphins just of shore the tide was very ...