Hibiscus Gardens Spa Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHibiscus Gardens Spa Resort Port Douglas
Lovely tropical place to stay. Quiet and relaxing yet 300 metres from the beach and 100 metres from the main street. Excellent facilities.
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... there was a music room at the bottom of the house and we all went downstairs. Robin played drums, Juan's dad and brother on guitar. Thomas on bongos. Brilliant.
The seafood was, obviously, excellent.
It was about half 4 by now and we hopped back in the Jeep for a drive over to Mossman gorge. A beautiful and elavated walkway through the rainforest to a wide, fishing river with massive round volcanic boulders. Thomas and Juan ...
... barf. I looked outside to where was supposed to be our 1st snorkelling stop. It didn't look any thing like where we snorkelled last week. Last week it was super calm. I wouldn't say this was super wavy, but I wouldn't describe this as calm either. Once I jumped in the water with all my snorkelling gear I was really excited to get swimming. The water was way warmer then me, considering that I was freezing from all the water that I got splashed with on the way here.
... with our cassowary-hunting adventures! A quick stop in Cairns at Rusty's Market for a meal at the Vietnamese Hut, then on to Port Douglas...
Living Social deal again, this one also fantastic, $299 for three-nights at Dreamcatcher in a one bedroom apartment; beautiful tropical setting, brilliant colors both inside and out, ...
... when there aren't crocs about. On the way back we got a boat on the river that took us to try and find some crocs. All day we'd been told about 3-4 metre crocs, and even a couple that reach 7. We saw a 3 foot croc. I've seen bigger puppies. After this we made our way back to Cairns, where we arrived just in time to see the nightly bat parade through the sky. We followed them towards our home, ate some dinner and chilled out for the evening. All in all, an epic ...
... was even more colourful with lots of fruits and local sellers who were very crafty and created some fun wee things that I have now shoved in the suitcase. Tomorrow is an early start to check out cape tribulation and ride through the rainforest. Mosquito repellent essential. And swimmers. There's a waterfall on the trip. Having a whale of a time. Didn't see one though. Just a turtle swimming with me at the reef. He was very ...