Eclipse Port Douglas Hotel

Address: 36 Macrossan Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4877 QLD, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 36 Macrossan Street, Port Douglas, is near Sailaway Port Douglas - Sailaway IV Low Isles, Capricorn Caves, Back Country Bliss Adventures, and Port Douglas Day Spa.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

    Cooktown - Port Douglas

    A travel blog entry by greynomad1946 on Jun 06, 2015

    Last night we did not get much sleep. The annual Cooktown Festival started in the afternoon. And there was a big celebration at the pub across the road from the caravan park. We think the band was trying to copy Midnight Oil and they were hopeless. Their singer was off key for most of the numbers and they tried to cover up by playing very loud. They did not stop until after ...

    Giving sharkie another go...snorkelling GBR 2!

    A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on May 25, 2015

    43 photos

    ... it didn't make for good picture taking, but as spectators we were thrilled, more than we could ever hope for! Even the little baby made an appearance, but it was so well-camouflaged he doesn't appear in the photo; when the male departed the baby went with him, since the roles are reversed for cassowaries, daddies watching over the eggs and chicks. Talk about the icing on the cake for a most excellent day! ...

    Port Douglas - Our Great Barrier Reef Primer

    A travel blog entry by obrienml2004 on Apr 29, 2015

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... fish are a joyful thing to see. Some good characters (fish, not human) hang around the float to avail themselves of feeding time.

    Our trip had about 150 people…the boat handles up to 400. Can’t imagine the flipper-meets-face incidents that would happen with a full load.

    Back on land, we drove north to explore the Daintree Rainforest National Park and Cape Tribulation. ...

    Aboriginal Daintree Forest Tour

    A travel blog entry by sikerby on Mar 11, 2015

    5 comments, 11 photos

    This was another first! We hiked through muddy, murky mangroves, hunting for crabs and muscles -anything edible. It was raining most of the time so our ponchos helped, but with the humidity, it felt like we were in a sauna. We each carried spears to catch our prey, but only our guide caught one blowfish. Several snail-like creatures were caught and a few muscles. We were on Cooya Beach, a traditional fishing ground of the Kuku Yalanji people. ...

    "Shark Shark!"...at the Great Barrier Reef

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jan 28, 2015

    36 photos

    ... lagoon, watched some park cricket, and enjoyed the celebratory live music. With the sun beating down, it was just like a lazy summer's day back home, only a lot more humid!

    As the day drew to a close and the last band played their encore, the crowds dispersed and filled up the waterfront bars and restaurants. It was a buzzy evening and we enjoyed the atmosphere during dinner. With ...