Latitude 16 Mowbray by the Sea

Address: 40 Mowbray Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4877, Australia | 4 star hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

      Along the Captain Cook Hwy

      A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Nov 18, 2014

      20 photos

      ... so far. Power was thrown in for free and we picked a plot at the river; with a sunset view of the mountains. The local store has one of each item on display and you enter via the cafe next door because they don't open their shutters. The town is deserted but well maintained. Like a part of a railway set. "We're are you from?" Shouted two Aussie neighbors, barefoot with beers in hand. They'd moved from Adelaide to Inisfail two hours South of Cairns to avoid the three meters of ...

      Port Douglas

      A travel blog entry by chinaski on Nov 02, 2014

      ... to book a cruise to the reef. The are lots of companies, some of them offering trips to Green Island, but in fact Green Island is not the barrier reef... Some companies are specialized in diving experiences. If you're not interested in diving but you wish to go to the Great Barrier Reef and do some snorkeling I recommend this one:

      - Quicksilver. A boat to the outer barrier reef, 70 km from the coast, with breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea included. Once ...

      Port Douglas

      A travel blog entry by farquhar on Aug 13, 2014

      7 photos

      ... from Ballarat!) When we arrived back at the vans it absolutely poured! All night-the ground was like a shallow pool the next morning but we packed up and left for Cairns and it fined up for the rest of the day. On the way to Cairns we called into Hartley's Croc Adventures, where we watched crocs being fed and teased by the rangers with food to keep them active. We got to feed the ...

      Cairns for Dominic

      A travel blog entry by godboldsgonorth on Jul 29, 2014

      16 photos

      ... would happen if the sky-rail line snapped and we fell. It was very high up. But luckily we were safe and got back to the ground safely.

      At Yungaburra, I saw the most amazing strangler fig. It is called "the curtain fig", and it is huge. Its roots hang down like a massive curtain. Check out my picture of it and the information board telling you how it grew.

      At the Cairns Botanical Gardens I ...

      Sun and water for us all.

      A travel blog entry by marilynjw on Jul 25, 2014

      ... weather wise and a slower day for us. After a look at the shops we sat on the beach to have a cuppa. It was a picturesque sight with people lying in the sun, swimming and playing on the beach when suddenly the skies opened and we had to grab the umbrellas and run for cover. It was sunny again within 10 minutes. This afternoon I had a glorious swim in the pool here with the sun shining on me and the green foliage and the ...