Birdsong B&B Port Douglas

6188 Captain Cook Highway, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4877, Australia | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 6188 Captain Cook Highway, Port Douglas, is near Port Douglas, The Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary, Reef Sprinter, and Mirage Country Club.
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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

Hello Port Douglas....

A travel blog entry by markandshirley on Jul 19, 2014

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... a new chair. Mark had been struggling along with a Coleman's chair which had been breaking down since week 4 on the road. The guy in the BCF camping store was awesome - we only asked him to send it back to Coleman's just so they could see the issue but he said that wasn't good enough and let Mark choose a brand new chair. Now we have a wonderful new addition to our travels at no extra ...

Our Final drive north.

A travel blog entry by outbacktravels on Jun 01, 2014

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... was one of the better monuments as it was climbable and offered a good view from the top.Numerous waterfalls dot the way up and hopefully we have a bit of time to see them on the way back down. But on the final trip heading north, we were on a mission and that was to get to the Nimrod Apartments.

On arrival we got told that unfortunately the cleaning lady has the day off so we unfortunately had to get upgraded to ...

4th Update OZ: From Victoria to North Queensland.

A travel blog entry by movi on May 31, 2014

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... will kick off mid June. We considered the advices of the locals and other travellers staying at Dougies, a really nice hostel, (that’s actually the place where we currently live in our van) and decided to give it a try! Whatever that means!? In fact, we are looking for work right now but how this has evolved so far and what will happen in the next couple of weeks you will hear from us in our next update! So from Australia’s second largest shantytown we would like to say goodbye and see you soon J! ...

Trinity beach

A travel blog entry by tomanderson on Apr 21, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... scenic as the journey goes through numerous tunnels and lots of cuttings. Also as its a rain forrest, the foliage is not trimmed. Having gone up in the train, we came down on the cable car. The cable car journey is over 3 sections. The first 2 were over the rain forrest but the last, see the video, is by far the best. As you can see Liz was not really enjoying ...

Port Douglas - The Great Barrier Reef

A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach on Mar 07, 2014

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... The Great Barrier Reef. It was like swimming in an aquarium surrounded by such a vast variety of fish. The colours and shapes of the coral were beautiful. It is a magical place! To keep things interesting we were surrounded by hundreds of small jelly fish which required frequent dodging, with added protection of a sting suit. We are so happy our under water camera worked ...