Pelican Motel

123 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4871, Australia | Motel
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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 …

Port Douglas to Magnetic Island

A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach

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... to go flying. Fortunately no one was hurt! The driver had a quick peek, attempted to reposition it, and stated it was fixed. However it was very wobbly so no one felt the risk was worth taking to trial it! Part way along the journey we stopped at Cardwell to give the driver rest and a chance for us to grab some dinner. We enjoyed fish and chips and salad on the beach front with a fantastic view. We arrived at the port at Townsville at 7.16pm. ...

Daintree Trek and Feeding Kangas in Port Douglas

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14

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... some of the creatures that are native to the area, but we were unable to see in the wild.
As this is our last full day in Australia, so some brief observations are in order.
We read a lot about the increasing volume of Chinese traveling around the world, but don't see that in most of America. Here in Australia, it is very visible. At the last three resorts we have been to, we would guess that 60 to 70% of the guests have been ...

Spiders and Crocodiles!

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn

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... confirmed by two more keepers. They explained that the most likely people to be killed by saltwater crocodiles are 18-35 drunk males because they tend to do stupid things like go swimming in places that are known to be densely populated by crocodiles. We also saw the freshwater crocodiles being fed. They are much smaller and while they will puncture and wound humans with intensity, they have never been known to kill any people.

Our next event here was a boat ride around ...

Mossman Gorge and port douglas

A travel blog entry by dianeandmike

... a protective stinger suit. It looks so inviting though. Even for me. Well....another first yesterday....I drove the car on the Aussie side of the road. A first for me. Mentally hard to get around, but I did it. We had dinner at Nautilus last night...the best restaurant in Port Douglas. It was like eating in the rainforest...amazing time with Natalie and Kevin and kev's mom and Laurie. We are heading back to Sydney today......talk ...

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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