Coral Sea Villas Port Douglas

Address: 68 Macrossan Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, QLD 4877, Australia | 4 star villa
 
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This 4 star villa, located on 68 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

    In a tree then under the sea

    A travel blog entry by nickyandmike on Jun 01, 2015

    7 photos

    ... agreed to hold the croc, who then nearly dropped it herself! Once it was our turn they placed the koala on me who grabbed on like a small child. Nicole then got to stroke him whilst we had the photo taken. As we were posing for the photos it decided to give me a little "present" - luckily it was quite solid and not runny!
    We then joined a feeding tour which was great. Our guide was full of knowledge and gave us the opportunity to feed various animals on the way around the habitat. We ...

    Paronella Park-Palm Cove

    A travel blog entry by bobjenhub on May 24, 2015

    10 photos

    Leaving early today for our destination of Palm Cove North of Cairns, we stopped off at Babinda Boulders and walked to the lookout, a lovely walk through rain forests to the massive boulders. Travelling through the lovely town of Innisfail and Babinda on our way to Cairns, where we skirted to arrive at Palm Cove. The Babinda Boulders is not just a beautiful swimming hole, but the area also holds great significance for local Aboriginal people. According ...

    That’s The Armadillo Sign Right There

    A travel blog entry by philosophizermd on Apr 04, 2015

    16 photos

    ... a story just based on the fact that I couldn’t make something like that up. Taro on the other hand is something similar to homemade chips except they are triangle shaped, thicker cut, softer, and more chewy potatoey like (whatever in the heck that is) than chips are. To be honest, the choko wasn’t half bad and the taro became much more pleasant when smothered in ketchup (or tomato sauce as they call it). Now about the burgers. Let ...

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

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jan 28, 2015

    36 photos

    ... see them you rarely, if ever, see the animal it is warning you about. We assumed the same here, when all of a sudden as we turned a corner, a cassowary stepped out in front of us and calmly walked across the road and disappeared into the trees. What a beautiful and unexpected sight! We later learned we were extremely lucky to see one as unfortunately numbers are worryingly low with only 1,200 left ...

    From Desert...to the Rainforest (aka the Tropics)!

    A travel blog entry by fongfotos on Jan 07, 2015

    11 photos

    ... photos given the weather, so for those of you who waiting anxiously to see Nemo or Dorie or Crush the turtle in my photos...well, you're going to be a big disappointed. Either way, It was still a good day and after our excursion to the reef, Michelle and I spent the rest of the evening walking around Port Douglas and checking out the shops in this little beach town. What I didn't realized until we got here was that in addition to the Great Barrier Reef, ...