Marlin Cove Holiday Resort

Address: 2 Keem St, Trinity Beach, Queensland, 4879, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 2 Keem St, Trinity Beach, is near Cairns Tropical Zoo, Kuranda Koala Gardens, Rainforestation Nature Park Kuranda, and Cairns Night Zoo.
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      Day 50 - Cairns

      A travel blog entry by beckyleanne442 on Mar 18, 2015

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      Today is the last day of sunshine before the cyclone hits so obviously we had to go down to the lagoon and make the most of it. We've also sorted some accommodation so we're stuck here for a month! We just need to pay for it tomorrow then it's all secure. Apparently the cyclone is expected on Friday and the weekend so that will be ...

      Crystal Cascades - true to their name.

      A travel blog entry by wanderlustclo on Jan 21, 2015

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      ... broken and I have a very colourful left leg and foot as proof of my idiocy. Word to the wise: if only person does it, it probably isn't safe. If lots of people do it (and especially children) then it's probably OK for you to do it too.

      So my thundercloud was now coupled with yet another waterfall related injury (Josephine Falls was quite unpleasant for my limbs as well) and we decided we should just call it a day. It was overwhelmingly ...

      Cairns part 3

      A travel blog entry by bakersabroad on Dec 03, 2014

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      ... looking forward to it!! We booked on to a tour called the Reef Daytripper, a small boat that only took 20 people instead of 80 like some of the other tours. When we got there, to our absolute delight there was only 6 other people on the boat!! With our track record for being on day trips with annoying other people, this almost bought tears of joy to my eyes! We had lots of room to coast about the boat, enjoy the sun on the deck or hide from it inside. It took 2 and a ...

      Cairns - the beginning of Queensland

      A travel blog entry by mattchurch7 on Nov 09, 2014

      ... 6th was a very productive day. Not only did I eat what felt like a million cookies, I managed to set up an Australian bank account, apply for my tax file number & also buy an ozzie phone to call people regarding jobs. My bank card and tax file number could take a couple of weeks, so I'm having to wait for them to be forwarded on to me, slightly nervous! Then I did a small food shop as it's time I start cooking for myself again haha (makes things cheaper too)!! ...

      Railways and Rainforest

      A travel blog entry by skye.roxby on Sep 23, 2014

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      ... ride and this had to be one of the most visually stunning train journeys we have taken. The railway itself is an amazing feat of engineering, built in the late 1800s, the track features 98 bends, over 50 bridges and 14 tunnels dug by hand! Gav and I marvelled at what it would have been like to live and work on this railway at that time. The track passed through beautiful rainforest, over rivers and gorges and gave amazing views of Cairns and ...