QT Port Douglas
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The motel is lovely and quiet on the edge of town. Our first impression of Port Douglas is an up market version of Airlie Beach but not as laid back. The next day we visited the Wildlife Habitat for "Breakfast with the Birds". It was an all you can eat cooked breakfast with all the trimmings while surrounded by parrots, parakeets, cockatoos. This was unusual to say the least, Margaret ...
... the album, it is where the reef meets the oldest rainforest in the world - spectacular. Stopped off on our way back at the Daintree Ice Cream Company where they grow exotic fruits and make and sell ice cream on their land - the flavours we had between us were banana (for ian - yuk), passionfruit, wattleseed (like cappucino) and blacksapotole (like chocolate) - delish. We also drove through Palm Cove before arriving back in ...
We stayed in a wonderful farm stay at Cape Trib for a few days - expensive but there’s not much choice up there. We had most of the main farm house to ourselves so we managed to cook, explore, relax and also to do some good school work. The area is tropical rainforest but they’ve had a really dry season this year so the water levels and rivers are low and it’s not as green as usual, but still pretty lush vegetation. The beach was a ...
... was able to video what he saw to share it with me. Although the picture wasn't great, he saw a clown fish, Nemo to us!
It had been another hot day. I wandered down to meet the boat, as we wandered back it was the perect time for nice cold beer.
Swim in our pool then out to dinner at the Ironbar, had a aussie burger, Mike wouldn't let me join in the cane toad racing!!!
We woke up by the sound of waves and the light from the sunrise and decided to start our day early. Our first stop was mossman gorge. Which was our first visit to the daintree rainforest, Which was really awesome. We got a shuttle bus to the gorge from the information centre then visited the many look outs which had breathtaking views. we also did a 2km rainforest walk as well which was an awesome experience. It was a lovely start to ...