Reef Club Resort

Address: 62-64 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, QLD 4871, Australia | 4 star resort
 
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This 4 star resort, located on 62-64 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, is near Quicksilver Connections Ltd. Reef Cruises, Calypso Reef Cruises, Sailaway Port Douglas - Sailaway IV Low Isles, and Capricorn Caves.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

    Delightful Daintree but dodge the coconuts!

    A travel blog entry by pbmdream on Aug 03, 2015

    8 comments, 11 photos

    ... 8217;s oldest surviving rainforest
    with examples of plant species that existed 130 million years ago! The mind
    boggles! While out walking, we came across a Hope Palm which looks pretty
    unremarkable until you read that it was around before the dinosaurs walked
    the Earth! Quite simply, the experience blew our minds and we are so very
    grateful to those who preserved this area for all time. All the beaches are
    ringed with natural bush – ...

    PORT DOUGLAS TRIP

    A travel blog entry by opalvacationer on Jul 12, 2015

    11 photos

    ... d just stepped off an old 70s movie set, it certainly is an eye opener seeing all these people doing their thing trying to make a few extra dollars to supplement the dole I imagine they live on up her. I would say none of them ever held down a job of any kind in their lives. The markets where quite good as far as markets go with every sought of stall you could think of represented and then some, there was a guy playing acoustic ...

    Aboriginal experience

    A travel blog entry by doddadventures on Jul 02, 2015

    8 photos

    ... the decision to take us into the mangroves and he checked we were all good with this as it is hard work, basically climbing over mangrove roots of various heights and sizes, whilst the floor is very muddy and it's easy to sink and slip. Oh and you need to watch it - these udcrabs have big pincers. Of course we were all up for it!

    The boys were right at the front and picking up mussels and periwinkles as well. After a while Juan found ...

    Cooktown to Bowen, QLD

    A travel blog entry by dboag on Jun 21, 2015

    70 photos

    ... pathways leading to the amenities. The park also had 3 large swimming pools, one heated to 28 deg, Australia's largest jumping pillow ( yes, can you see me on it ... I don't think so ), tennis courts, splash park area and cricket pitch. Big 4 parks are mainly aimed at pleasing the kids, n this surely does and being school hols as well. Whilst in Cairns, there was heaps to see and do. The Kuranda Scenic Rail and return by Skyrail was fabulous. The 1.5 hour train ride ...

    Reef and Rail

    A travel blog entry by stoddart on May 25, 2015

    10 photos

    ... town at the top of the hinterland. We parked the car at the end of the skyrail and caught a bus to the train station, a lovely old period building. The train takes an hour and a half to travel to Kuranda through the rainforest. Slowly climbing and going through 14 tunnels and across many old bridges. The train stopped at The Barron Falls for everyone to get off and have a look. The Kuranda rail station is another lovely old building with so ...