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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... up the beach and through the town to pass some time. Then we sort out a few bits and bobs that we have been putting off. All in all an uneventful day but nice to get some things sorted out. 11th April - Woke up early and sadly had to say goodbye to Port Douglas. There was plenty more to do such as rainforest visits, gorges and waterfalls. At least it gives us an excuse to come back! Cairns and Port Douglas are definitely places we would love to revisit and spend more ...
This was another first! We hiked through muddy, murky mangroves, hunting for crabs and muscles -anything edible. It was raining most of the time so our ponchos helped, but with the humidity, it felt like we were in a sauna. We each carried spears to catch our prey, but only our guide caught one blowfish. Several snail-like creatures were caught and a few muscles. We were on Cooya Beach, a traditional fishing ground of the Kuku Yalanji people. ...
... crabs running about, and 2 very small jelly fish after which I kept my shoes on and didn't go in the water! Walking back to the car we saw lots of parrots. We stopped for an ice cream and then made our way home. Micky and Ben went for a swim in the pool, us girls went back to our rooms. We had a night in tonight me and Micky watched a couple of ...
... corner of my mind.
Unlike Scotland where the most one can expect from a jelllyfish encounter is a mild irritation reminiscent of a mosquito sting, the box jelly, measuring up to 20cm along each side and with up to 15 tentacles dangling erotically from each corner, is featured on almost every coastline hazard sign alongside various depictions of death. Next to this can usually be found an optimistic bottle of vinegar on the off chance that you stall the cardiac ...
We went out to the Great Barrier Reef today on Quicksilver. When we arrived at the reef activity platform we went on a semi submersible which had glass panels underwater but later we decided to do a helmet dive where we wore a special helmet connected to the surface air supply and ...