Rainforest Grove Holiday Resort

Address: 40 - 42 Moody St, Cairns, Queensland, 4870, Australia | Hotel
 
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TripAdvisor Reviews Rainforest Grove Holiday Resort Cairns

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Travel Blogs from Cairns

Rainforest, ocean, crocs, and more

A travel blog entry by mkalbanese on Jan 20, 2015

2 comments, 22 photos

... back across the street to the Balinese restaurant again. No big deal, tomorrow is a travel day. We are off to Brisbane, our first major city stop. An update: Katie is periodically going back and adding photos. I will too once I'm on good wifi and can upload the photos and videos from my computer. I'll try to let you know when and where new pics are posted. For now, just food pics to yesterday's post. Correction: • there are hatch backs here. But still not station wagon style cars ...

New Year's Reef

A travel blog entry by rabell70 on Jan 01, 2015

11 photos

... Cairns Lorelei fell asleep on the deck (fully covered by towels) and I dozed briefly at the back of the boat. The effect didn’t wear off once we were on land. I felt like I’d been drugged, and though Jonathan seemed alert, he ended up falling asleep on the couch at 6 PM. But it was New Year’s Eve, and it seemed a shame to miss out on the festivities, so I dug deep to find a tiny reserve of energy and walked the mile down ...

Heat, Lava Tubes & Emus

A travel blog entry by shered on Dec 27, 2014

24 photos

... been identified in the caverns). We were fortunate and caught a glimpse of the rare Mareeba rock wallaby and saw a small colony of bats (these are small ones like we have in Canada and not the giant flying foxes). The air quality can be poor in the deeper caverns with much higher concentrations of carbon dioxide than we normally breathe. The caverns themselves are quite spectacular which you can see by following the link below. <a ...

Cairns & The Great Barrier Reef

A travel blog entry by danieljftaylor on Dec 12, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

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Our scuba course started the following day when our instructor, Lisa, collected us from our hostel and took us to the Pro Dive training centre. We started off with a morning of theory, followed by an afternoon in the pool doing some of the key drills. Some of these were a bit unpleasant (like how to clear your mask if it's full of water and what it feels like when you run out of air!). Lisa was a great teacher though and I quickly gained a bit ...

Cairns part 1

A travel blog entry by bakersabroad on Nov 23, 2014

6 photos

... Cairns, we booked the picturesque Skyrail to get up to it, and the Scenic Train back down the mountain from it. The next day it was an early start, we were picked up from the hostel by an air conditioned coach. We were wearing shorts and vests, assuming that it was going to be yet another scorching hot day. However, just two more pick ups later, the heavens opened and the rain came. It was the wet season after all! We hadn't ever seen rain like it, it was torrential, ...