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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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... prepare the flavors of the day by what
is available. You get 4 flavors within one cup, pre-scooped. Today’s selection was Passionfruit, Jack fruit, Sapote (black), and Wattle fruit. It was WONDERFUL. We need to try and make this!
We probably went about 36 km and during that period there were several signs warning about Cassowary crossings. Since the road got surfaced (sealed, bitumened) , cars ...
With a the car starting well again we had the confidence to head into some of the less visited spots. We headed north of Weipa along the coast to the river mouth of the Penefather River. We had been told it was a beautiful spot with a clear river, fantastic beach and great lagoon, however don’t be fooled on how good it looks, crocodiles are there. When we got there we were greeted by with one of the best river, lagoon, beaches we had ...
... On returning to Cooktown we did a bit of shopping & went down to the wharf to photograph the sunset which seems to go down in the wrong direction. (That's he next day) Being Sunday we had decided to go to the small Baptist Church virtually alongside of the IGA shop. Mobile Mission Maintenance were there helping to restore & maintain the heritage listed building and earlier as we drove past we had thought that it was closed, but it was just that some of the areas ...
One the road early to take a trip down to Port Douglas for the day as its only a short drive and they tell us the markets are on and are defiantly worth seeing but be early everyone said. When we arrived things were already well underway and very busy down in the park at the end of town. It reminded me of a hippy convention from the seventy's all these characters wondering around with there dreadlocks and hippie clothes they looked ...
... almost every pebble on the bottom and the many fish and turtles that seem to congregate in them. Spotted Perch are the main species found here they grow to maturity in these waters then go back towards the sea to lay their eggs then the fingerlings swim back up stream to areas like this to grow to maturity then the hole process starts again. Our day in the Gorge has been a real eye opener and an amazing walk but like most days they eventually come to an ...