Melaleuca Resort Palm Cove

Address: 85 - 93 Williams Esplanade, Palm Cove, Queensland, 4879, Australia | 4 star resort
 
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This 4 star resort, located on 85 - 93 Williams Esplanade, Palm Cove, is near Cairns Tropical Zoo, Kuranda Koala Gardens, Cairns Night Zoo, and Paradise Palms Country Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Palm Cove

    Our final few days

    A travel blog entry by robhoskin on Jun 25, 2015

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    ... film again I suggest you skip the next few sentences. Basically, clown fish have the ability to change gender. This happens often when the Mother clown fish gets eaten or lost like in the film. Therefore the Father clown fish, Marlon, becomes the Mother Fish. Meanwhile the baby fish, Nemo, starts growing up and becomes a bit more manly. Mother fish decides that baby fish is quite good looking now and they get it on. In simple terms, Marlon really wanted to get Nemo back ...

    Cairns Great Barrier Reef, Australia

    A travel blog entry by timelaine on Apr 22, 2015

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    After Airlie Beach we cruised up to Cairns which is famous for being the port with the closest acces to the outer part of the Great Barrier Reef (60kms.)This is where people come from around the world to scuba dive and explore the beautiful reefs. They also come to trek in the coastal rainforests. Our ship arrived in the port late so we decided to take a helicopter ride out to the reef since all the dive boats leave early in the morning. It was one of the most ...

    Great Barrier Reef

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Apr 08, 2015

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    ... you meet Cassius, the world's largest crocodile in captivity. Cassius is 105 years old and measures in at a length of over 5 metres long. He is gargantuan. Even more terrifying is his mouth - it remains perpetually open, just waiting to snap. He blinks occasionally, but really, this is the only evidence that the croc isn't plastic. After the sanctuary we walked around the island and waited for our lift back. Back at the boat I had a quick snorkel swim - where I hope I ...

    The (not so) Great Barrier Reef

    A travel blog entry by brettandemma on Apr 03, 2015

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    ... although even shallower only going to a max depth of 10 metres and averaging only 5!. The corals and colours were very pretty but nothing out of this world and no really interesting or unusual fish no sharks, no squids, no eels, no shrimps, no box fish, no rays. Maybe it was because we didn't have a guide and didn't know the dive sites that we missed all the good stuff, maybe it was just a off day or more likely maybe it was because it was so shallow and just a ...

    Great Barrier Reef & Sunshine State

    A travel blog entry by jason152z on Mar 06, 2015

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    ... mean that you are required to pick up your luggage from the carousel before boarding another flight, regardless if you are in transit with the same airline. As we started to land in Cairns it was quite apparent our climate would be much kinder that the UK, especially when you find yourself 3000 metres in the air and yet still 8 degrees warmer than the current UK temperature. Arriving finally in Cairns we wondered whether we reached western civilisation when ...