Pool Resort Port Douglas
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... back on the road for a quick drive-through look at Port Douglas. We had a look around, stopped at a lookout point with a beautiful view of the coast, and went down to check out the beach, which was as lovely as you'd imagine. We left Port Douglas headed for Mossman Gorge, where you go into the rainforest and can safely swim in the river, which seems to be one of the few bits of water around here that doesn't contain anything that will make you dead. The drive up was beautiful, ...
... their custom hand made guitars. It was quite interesting. We continued on to Port Douglas & visited the beach. The water was warm but we didn't go swimming. There were lots of little crabs & heaps of their little sand balls on the beach. We even saw 2 cyclists riding along the beach. We grabbed a quick bite to eat from the main street of Port Douglas then headed back to Cairns. We nearly crashed when a tour mini bus turned straight in front of us. We picked up a ...
... two nights in cairns then off again. Port Douglas was passed through up to Cape Tribulation , the furthest you can go without four wheel drive. It's funny being on a main highway , the equivalent of our motorway , turning into an off road gravel path. Although it had already turned into a one lane through a rainforest road by then! We stopped to celebrate with a walk on ...
We drove up the Captain Cook Hwy which weaves its way up the coast right on the water's edge. The road was very windy and seemed to be very popular with sports cars and road bikes not for very large caravans. The view out of the car was great with little beach coves Rainforests and sea cliffs to look at. We eventually arrived in Wonga Beach and setup camp. It was a great spot it was like staying in a little beach chantey town on a tropical beach.
... but it was too windy so we managed to find seats inside. It took about an hour and a half to get to the reef. Most people immediately changed and either went diving or snorkelling. It was like Bourke street in the rush hour in the roped off area. We chose to go in the semi submersible first, which did about a 20 minute cruise over the reef. We saw lots of corals and fish. It was really good. The photos on the site are all from this session. When we got back it ...