Coconut Grove Apartments
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
Photos of Coconut Grove Apartments
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Coconut Grove Apartments Port Douglas
Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
... everything was closed; thus, we sat down at our dinner at Zinc a little early. I had the barramundi (a native Australia fish) with sweet potatoes. Most of us started with the mushroom and blue cheese soup. Everything was delicious. After dinner, we flagged down the local shuttle in the middle of the road (not a system that would work in Chicago) to head back to our hotel It doesn’t feel like it, but scuba takes a lot of energy and we were all ...
... It's not safe to get even close to the waters edge and you would be mad to dip your toe in. As we waited for our cruise to start we saw our first (and hopefully last) Golden Orb Spider which was as big as my hand. That was as close as I was willing to get my hand to its web. Ness thought I was mad!
The scenery along the river was beautiful with Mount Alexandra in the background. Our ...
... They drove to the place they were visiting this morning and met a very nice man called Mookie who was was their guide for a walk through the rainforest. Mookie told many stories and showed Spike how to decorate himself using different clays and water. After lunch they went to another place where they could walk on top of the trees, Spike and Nanny pretended they were on I'm a Celebrity and they had just ...
... their self serve checkout. The food prices seem high but this may be due the fact that it is tourist area. Four dollars for a kilo of bananas, that are grown here.
We returned to the resort for lunch at the restaurant. They have daily specials that are reasonably priced. After lunch we went for a walk on Four Mile beach. This beach is a five minute walk from the resort through a residential ...
... jump off the table with the aid of a party horn. Tash and I were not the lucky chosen ones, however joined in with the entertainment, cheering and even got a picture with the toads at the end (well at least I was courageous enough to hold one).
The next day we visited the Wildlife Habitat, a large open plan natural habitat where we had the chance to meet and feed various animals, ...