Garrick House

11 Garrick Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4871, Australia | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

Sun and water for us all.

A travel blog entry by marilynjw on Jul 25, 2014

... was a bit ruffled by the slight wind but the smaller streams we also ventured on were so still and quiet.

Crocodiles are very territorial so we were taken to known spots. We saw at least 8 all different sizes. The smallest was 2 years old and about 30cms in length. The largest was a male about 40 years old. We saw some tree snakes and a few bright butterflies but not many birds. The crocs were all sunning themselves ...

Cairns to Wonga Beach

A travel blog entry by thickfamily on Jun 01, 2014

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... we collected lots of coconuts and created COCO MAN (see photos). We then hopped in the car and went and had a look around Port Douglas, drove to the lookout then went for a walk around the main street. Our next stop was Mossman Gorge which is run by the local Aboriginal’s, you pay to get in and a shuttle bus takes you up to the Gorge, we did the bushwalk and ended up at the swimming hole. David, ...

Rainforest meets reef

A travel blog entry by coralee on May 06, 2014

... were picked up just after 7, and started the drive up north in the mini bus. The tour guide was so good and kept us entertained on the way by telling us all about the areas around us. Our first stop was Port Douglas. It was still pretty early, so nothing much was happening. We went to a coffee shop (not bad) and had a chat with a fellow backpacker on the trip. I was quite shocked when she said how she wasn't going out to see the reef, and would prefer to ...

Where the Rainforest meets the Reef

A travel blog entry by danandzoelord on May 04, 2014

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Chris and Amy picked us up from Cairns airport in 'Big Mick' the 6-berth campervan, our new home for the next 17 days or so! We first drove north to Port Douglas which is renowned for its close proximity to the Great Barrier Reef. We also discovered that the shoreline waters are off limits with shark infested waters, "stingers" (or jellyfish, some of which are deadly, such as the Box Jelly Fish) and lots of Crocodiles! So on day one the four of us went on ...

Daintree Rain Forest Experience

A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Apr 02, 2014

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... In a riot of moist greenery much like this, the very first species of flowering plants bloomed while dinosaurs were still alive.Daintree is like a botanical Jurassic Park, hosting plant species so primitive they scarcely differ from their prehistoric ancestors. And while these forests were the point of origin for the world's flowering plants, many species here appear no place else.The lush, dense landscape is but one component ...

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