Pelican Motel

123 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4871, Australia | Motel
Prices starting from $112.00
 

Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

Port Douglas Adventure

A travel blog entry by kathy.lagoudis

Well what started as a day trip to Port Douglas, ended up a 2 night sleep over. We were on the road into Port Douglas and my car broke down. Luckily I joined RACV total cover. So we were in a motel thanks to RACV while we waited for the car to be fixed. So it really wasn't that bad, although the weather wasn't the best, it was still nice to have a …

Saturday today, and voila sunshine.

A travel blog entry by mattandcilla

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... pig, a snake and that resident croc that we haven't seen yet. We decide to go for a drive, nice sunny weather got to take the opportunity when we can. We head back south ,stop at a nice creek , called Oliver creek, running under the road. So we stop to get some pics, Matt decides to go in knee deep, I'm on the bridge taking photos of him, I turn away to climb back onto the road and can't see him any where! I freak out, and there he is at the end of the path way. ...

Cape tribulation

A travel blog entry by lgodfrey3

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... beach for another view of the forest and look out. It's interesting how some plants protect itself. There is a heart shaped plant which when brushed again stick spines into you. They can only be removed with wax and even then you are suppose to be able to feel them from a few weeks to three months. We then move onto a second slightly long rainforest walk. These starts in the forest then you go over a boardwalk. Below is shallow water surrounded my mangroves. There are ...

Daintree Rain Forest Experience

A travel blog entry by danielriegel

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... Wet Tropics World Heritage area of Australia. This region comprises just one-thousandth of the continent's land, yet hosts an impressive range of Australia's native species. A full 40 percent of its plant species can be found here, as well as a quarter of its reptiles, a fifth of its birds, and a third of its marsupials and frogs.Taking this into account, one can understand the commitment of the activists (or "greenies") who waged ...

The Great Barrier Reef

A travel blog entry by winebuff

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... operations provide.

Afterwards, we went down into the stationary underwater observatory whare at a depth of about 12 feet, we saw more of the fish and turtles close up. It was amazing as to how used and unthreatened they are to both human and vessel contact.

We found a nice table on the upper deck to relax and enjoy a bottle of C******nay while we waited for the 3:00 PM return trip. Although, we found the passage to have been somewhat smoother, apparently this feeling was ...

Location

This motel, located on 123 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, is near Port Douglas, The Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary, Four Mile Beach, and Calypso Reef Cruises.
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