Pool Resort Port Douglas
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... point of the journey at 1,788 ft, and one at Barron Falls Station which showcased a beautiful waterfall down the side of one of the mountains into the rainforest below. During one of the cableway rides between stations, an unsuspecting tourist from Japan decided to jump on board with us to the next stop. About half way there as the 3 of us are sitting close like in this small cable car and we are swinging from side ...
... and hope that all goes well!
The village is very cute and so close to where we are staying - everything is easily within a 5-10 min walking distance. All the stores have massive sales on - don't know if it's bc it's end of season or business is generally down. It's certainly not very busy but cyclone season might have something to do with it. The only people we talk to today besides people who work here are from Ontario backpacking. Guess this ...
I always wanted to go to Cape Tribulation because it is home to the Daintree Rainforest, which is the oldest rainforest in the world. It's believed that a rainforest has been on this same position for over one million years, which I think is amazing and it is the only place in the world where two world heritage sites meet. The rainforest meets the Great Barrier Reef and its a great site when you're stood on a beach facing the ...
... Shops and restaurants beckoned and we enjoyed lunch at a French creperie(!). In the early afternoon we boarded a narrow gauge train built in the late 1800's which took us down the mountain through ...
... environment for corals to thrive. The reef itself is 15 - 150 km offshore in water depths from 0 - 50 m. The water here is crystal clear and a beautiful turquoise blue like neither of us have ever seen! We took a boat carrying 30 tourists, 2 crew, and a young marine biologist/underwater photographer (Emma) who worked a couple days on the boats and couple days researching at the local university. The trip out to our first ...