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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    TripAdvisor Reviews Reef Club Resort Port Douglas

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

    From perfect to awful

    A travel blog entry by kazbradtijack on Jun 08, 2015

    16 photos

    ... Jack hadn't received the SMS boarding passes. I'd had it sent to him twice and they had left for the airport and still didn't have it. It took me a few tries to actually speak to a real person at Jetstar but finally got it sorted and was happy when I received a text from Tanya to let me know that they had boarded. We arrived at Danny's just before the footy started and settled in on their back verandah with some drinks to watch the game. I asked them whether it was normal for ...

    Giving sharkie another go...snorkelling GBR 2!

    A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on May 25, 2015

    43 photos

    ... down almost snapping the flipper...I was actually a bit scared of them, but he loved it!

    We were happy to have the sting suits on today, as we spent a lot of time in the water, and the coral was so close to us that we would occasionally glide over top of it, if the coral had touched our bare skin it could cut or abrase. Being right on the reef, we were able to see so many ...

    That’s The Armadillo Sign Right There

    A travel blog entry by philosophizermd on Apr 04, 2015

    16 photos

    ... stop was Mossman Gorge at the bottom of the Daintree National Forest. Mossman Gorge is just that, a huge gorge. It’s a popular tourist attraction due to the trails throughout the rainforest and multiple areas to swim in the gorge. We spent about 2 hours hiking and taking in all the scenery Mossman Gorge had to offer. About 1/3 of the way into our first trail, we kept seeing the sides of it all dug out where it looked like something had been ...

    Port Douglas: Close to the eye of Cyclone Nathan

    A travel blog entry by rdegolia on Mar 13, 2015

    23 photos

    ... br> Upon getting to the coast we drove a couple of miles north to Mossman, where Old Sly visited on his way back to Brisbane from Wrotham Park. He took a sailing boat down the coast. As we entered Mossman, we were hit by the force of Tropical Cyclone Nathan, which we really had not previously experienced. The rain came down in absolute torrents and we immediately turned around and drove south, and out of ...

    Form Desert to Tropics

    A travel blog entry by jmsges on Jan 28, 2015

    1 comment, 52 photos

    ... 8217;s site. We don’t know too much about what the sites are used for, as in order to know you must be an initiated member of the tribe. And of the correct gender. The women don’t know what all occurs at Kata-Tjuta, and the men don’t know everything that occurs at Uluru.

    We continued on to a water hole at Uluru. It’s one of the most reliable sources of water in the area, but there really isn’t much ...