Reef Club Resort

Address: 62-64 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, QLD 4871, Australia | 4 star resort
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      Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

      Great Barrier Reef

      A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Nov 10, 2014

      14 photos

      ... The gold rush was short lived, but the settlement survived because in 1885 it became the terminus for the inland rail service.

      Port Douglas is known as the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrie Reef is 1,200 miles long and 50 miles wide. It is the worlds largest living organism. Coral reefs are found in shallow waters in the tropics. The corals are the primary building block, but other ...

      From Cairns to Port Douglas

      A travel blog entry by bree.therese on Oct 24, 2014

      5 photos

      ... is beautiful. There are so many restaurants!! We ended up buying some clothes and pottering around for a few hours. The man made lake was incredible. We ended drinking a bottle of champagne and having a second breakfast. Once we got back to the hostel, it wasn't long before the bus to Port Douglas arrived. We were driven by some balled old bloke, who has taken a liking to this fat Japanese bird. Both were struggling through the ...

      5th update: Living in the Tropics

      A travel blog entry by movi on Oct 09, 2014

      269 photos

      ... statement “This has been the best experience in Australia so far”. I am sure you can imagine how happy and excited he was! Ivo himself was very successful and managed to feed 5 bellies for dinner. Yes, you heard that right… We actually ate the fish he caught and it was absolutely delicious, what a healthy dinner! Besides the reef fishing trip Ivo spent many hours down at the ocean trying to catch some big ones, resulting in the catch of many different ...

      Indigenous Australians in abundance.

      A travel blog entry by marilynjw on Jul 23, 2014

      ... with the Lorikeets which we chose to do and that was exceptionally good ( the Lorikeets were lovely but it was the food which pleased me). We got a Spotters Guide and it was amazing just how much we saw in the time we were there.

      I have to add that all this activity goes on in 26 deg in the most pleasant environment. It is Australia but there are no flies, at this point no Mosquitos but I understand this will change when we go further north.


      A travel blog entry by vsb777 on Jul 22, 2014

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      Journeyed up into the rainforest today to visit Kuranda - aboriginal town where I first visited 22years ago Stunning new cable car up over the canopy and emergents. - viewing the white crested sulphur cockatoos and blue Ulysses butterflies Kuranda - big touristy now - not quite the same as my previous visit Lazy day but Tahlia was pleased to get a didgeridoo which she could not play in Uluru Late game of ...