Pelican Motel

Address: 123 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4871, Australia | Motel
 
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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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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

From Desert...to the Rainforest (aka the Tropics)!

A travel blog entry by fongfotos on Jan 07, 2015

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... was a fun day and an exciting day and definitely one that I'll remember forever. So we have two more days in total here in Australia. Today is Thursday and it's a leisurely travel day - we are spending the morning hanging out in Port Douglas getting last minute souvenirs for family and friends and then head back down to Cairns...and then we have about a day and a half in Cairns to walk around and check things out there. Hope this blog entry finds you well! ...

Nightwalk

A travel blog entry by codie on Dec 10, 2014

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... want to go back just yet as we wondered if we’d see more things at night. Headed off if a different direction to the hostel and straight away saw another white tailed rat, this one obviously had found something tasty as he didn’t move until the last minute. We then sat another on hanging out on the side of the road. Saw loads of toads hopping across the road. We went quite far but didn’t see anything but toads. Headed back to the hostel and went to be as we were ...

Port Douglas

A travel blog entry by karen.yardley.3 on Nov 21, 2014

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... for lunch. Cairns then onto Port Douglas.
I had chosen to stay here, its lovely, we are withing 5 minutes in each direction of the 4 mile beach, the shops and the marina.

Swim, and watched the fruit bats flying about, before heading out for a meal. The bar we chose is where both Luke and another friend Lauen stayed.

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Casso-wary!!

A travel blog entry by shered on Oct 23, 2014

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... birds is very protective of its cassowaries. In addition to posting signs advising drivers to slow down on all stretches of road where cassowaries may appear, staff have built the biggest, gnarliest speed bumps I have encountered. In addition to making the speed bumps little speed mountains, they have embedded irregularly shaped, bowling ball sized rocks into the tops of the speed bumps. Hopefully these tactics will provide some protection for the birds, whose main predator is the ...

5th update: Living in the Tropics

A travel blog entry by movi on Oct 09, 2014

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... came back for another one or had already arrived a couple of weeks before us and thus already had a job. We decided to give ourselves a deadline of 2 weeks; if we both would not have a job within that time then we would leave P.D. behind and continue our travels. A day had passed when Ivo spotted an announcement on the notice board hanging at the bar and called up a guy called ‘Nick’ to inform himself about the publication. It turned out that this Nick was in need ...

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