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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... move the car and found out the battery had gone flat from having the doors open and the radio on all day... Damn. Couldn't get it started with jumper leads so we had to call the RACQ for the second time in a week! Anyway, the guy came out and it's all sorted now. We had a relaxing arvo after all that cleaning and shouted ourselves to dinner at the roadhouse. ...
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We had a chilled out day in port douglas today. We were up late and it was chucking it down so we left about 11 once it had dried out a bit. It stayed cloudy all day but was still hot and were told 91% humidity, not used to this..
We walked down the hill to the marina, and then the long way down to 4 mile beach. By this time it was gone 12 and so we opted for lunch at the surf ...
... a couple hours seeing many water birds, koalas, snakes, crocodiles, turtles and an assortment of other animals, we fueled up and drove through Ayr, finally stopping late in the day at the Wangaratta At the Beach caravan park at Bowen. Yep, we r a long way from home but had to stay at this place !! Nice town Bowen, although locals say it's going backwards because the council and the mayor who is also responsible for Airlie Beach and other areas has been putting all efforts ...
Early start today as we head off to Port Douglas for a couple of days. Stopped at Coffeeworks again for more supplies of their yummy dark chocolate and a bag of the Swagmans tea leaves, and also a take away coffee. At midday we arrived at Mossman Gorge Centre to have lunch and then explore the Gorge itself. There were several Ngadiku Dreamtime Walking Tours on offer, but all were expensive so ...