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TravelPod Member ReviewsOaks Lagoons Port Douglas
Service by Murray and housekeeping once advised we had arrived early was good as they didn't keep us waiting long. Pool was clean and so were the rooms
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... before disappearing down into the deeper coral. A magical experience and one I shall always remember. Poor Chris and Thomas have endured this recollection countless times already!
Thomas and Chris came back in for a while then we headed back onto the boat for a great lunch and whilst we were eating we were visited by a shark, probably just a reef shark but a shark nonetheless.
We had a ...
... of a creek) but we were too full for a swim. Mike tried the rope swing and nearly knocked me, fully clothed, into the water.
On the way to our fruit tasting tour in the afternoon, we stopped at another restaurant that advertised pizza to see if they could cater for us. Unfortunately, although the menu said they had gluten free bases, they'd run out- disappointing.
The tour was at a gorgeous fruit farm which had started as a fun project before turning commercial. We ...
... your entire life and when it does it just blows you away. At 8:30a this morning, we boarded the Silversonic cruise ship destined for the Great Barrier Reef. I thought I had an idea of how cool it would be to say “Yeah, I’ve scuba dived the Great Barrier Reef before.” But, as awesome as it sounds just to be able to tell someone that, it’s 1,000,000X better when you actually see ...
... of padmelons, white lipped tree frogs, bandicoot and as we walked around the crake pond Michelle started shrieking and then running around in circles. Apparently this is the best way to stop an Amathystene Python from swallowing you whole.Once Michelle calmed down it was time to head back (apparently). So we headed back to the track. Now this track is easy to find in the
daylight but in darkness with just 1 torch and after ...
... we sat on top of one of the rocks and ate our lunch. We saw an australian brush turkey, just a little bit more colourful than our turkeys. We crossed the crocodile invested waters of the Daintree River by ferry and continued along the road which had become alot more bumpy until we reached Alexandra Lookout - beautiful panoramic views across the rainforest. We continued further north to Kulki lookout this was definitely a ...