Peppers Beach Club Port Douglas
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Hot tub
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Arrived cairns picked up the car from the airport. We're very hungry looking for places to eat when to the cairns town around found a restaurant with lots of vegetarian choice. Honey ordered beef burger and I ordered Mexican burrito, waited for half an hour finally the food came. After lunch went to checkin but was too early so drove around bought …
... The main negative comment was that we generally felt rushed, trying to fit too many long dives into the day, which was a shame because the diving itself was reasonable. The weather was picking up, which could have influenced both the sites chosen and the time allowed. We did enjoy the diving despite all of this, but I am not sure I would do it again. We may have been spoilt by other diving destinations, and this one could have been better ...
The Great Barrier Reef is indeed Great! It is the largest marine protected area in the world and important enough in its biological diversity to be awarded designation as a World Heritage Site. The experiences we had on the reef were also great!
The reefs started to build up millions of years ago but the version we have today is only about 6000 years old. It started to grow as the massive ice sheets from the last Ice Age melted and water ...
... of the campsite and decided to park up in a car park down the road a bit in order to save money and camp for free. There were signs everywhere saying you couldn't camp in any of the car parks overnight but we decided to risk it knowing that people don't often get caught and pitched up in a dark corner near some toilets. As night fell, it really did get pitch black and we could hear rats scuttling about near us. It was our first night ...
I had a good leg stretch on the 2k circuit track through Mossman Gorge Rainforest, admired the crystal clear water of the gorge river and then it was time to get moving onward up the coast. I could easily have spent a week doing this stint. Stunning beaches with no one on them (just how I like it), gorgeous rainforests, a ferry crossing over a croc infested river and the chance of spotting cassowaries in the ...