Trinity Links Resort and Apartments

72 Kowinka Street, Cairns, Queensland, 4870, Australia | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Cairns

Flip flops, Crocs and a lot of Timber

A travel blog entry by chinesetudor

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... forest, led by our tour guide who had memorised his fact book well. Daintree is the oldest tropical rainforest in the world and full of interesting species of plants I had never even heard of. After, we had lunch in Cape Tribulation and then spoke with a Maori tribe descendent who showed us the natural sources they would have used: a leaf that they used as soap and lay that they painted on their body to mask their scent when hunting. At the end of the day we were treated to ...

Sailing Towards the Great Barrier Reef

A travel blog entry by lottyh

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Sailing toward Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef
February 16, 2014



From the time we left Brisbane on February 14, 2014, we had a
Great Barrier Reef pilot on board. He would stay with us until
Madang, Papua New Guinea. His duty was to assist and advise on the
safe navigation of our vessel in the protected marine environment.
In short, he was there to make sure that we got in and out of the
Barrier Reef Region without any damage. The ...

Escaping Cyclone Dylan…Rough Day At Sea

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14

57

... camera options for our underwater photos.
Then…the fun begins! We have a 10 hours ride back to Cairns, getting closer and closer to the cyclone as we go. The winds are 50 mph here, which has created 12 to 14 foot swells. Even though we are on a 100 foot long boat, these swells are large enough (and the wind is coming at us more or less head on) to make the ride very "sporting". We retire to our beds and do our best to sleep through as much of it ...

Jungle Run Down Under

A travel blog entry by hjc

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... because they're lazy wiggly buggers, who can't hold themselves up).

We also spotted a couple of weird bugs, some lizards, frogs, bats, huge flies! And the noises this jungle makes, are incredible. Later on, we visited this bug museum... small place, millions of messed up bugs. I'm telling you, these were some King Kong mo fos... impressive, chunky bugs. The lass that owned the place showed us her Stick Insect collection. Walked past this cheeky plant a couple ...

Australia - Melbourne Part II and Cairns

A travel blog entry by sallyram

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... for the jelly fish season), where we saw a stingray among other things. I have never swum so fast (errr, hello Steve Irwin)! We also spotted turtles from the jetty as well as loads of other fish, giant clams and a small type of shark when we went on a glass bottomed boat. When walking back to our plush dwelling at night we discovered that one of the main streets of Cairns is home to literally thousands of fruit bats. These bats are ...

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This resort, located on 72 Kowinka Street, Cairns, is near Deep Sea Divers Den, Down Under Tours, Passions of Paradise Reef Tour, and Raging Thunder.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Trinity Links Resort and Apartments Cairns

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good