House of Willow

Address: 42 Garrick Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4877, Australia | Villa
 
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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

Along the Captain Cook Hwy

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Nov 18, 2014

20 photos

... away for an hour. There are birds everywhere here and we quickly saw a Whippoorwill, and Giant White Egret. The Mangroves are stained by the ebb and flow of the tide which rises as much as ten feet, and the banks are acned by a million crab nests - mud, violin and some others. We watched archer fish spitting their prey out of the sky and after thirty minutes we saw a four meter female crocodile sunbathing in the bush. There's around thirty saltwater crocs in the creek but none ...

Day 7 - Daintree National Rainforest

A travel blog entry by repickens712 on Aug 25, 2014

Our first day in Port Douglas! The day began with a nice walk on the beach. It was amazing to be on a beach that was so natural and quiet, and the sun was so bright and warm. We walked for about 30 min along the 4 mile beach before heading back to our villa. We got ready for our day trip to the Daintree Rainforest, then headed into Port Douglas to find a place for breakfast. We stopped at this little breakfast place with outdoor (alfresco) seating - Cafe Freso - and I ...

Daintree & Cape Tribulation

A travel blog entry by naomiheagney on Aug 13, 2014

4 comments, 20 photos

... sun was shining, there were some people strolling along the beach while tourist groups were being herded to their morning tea! The lovely short Kulki walk stopped in at some of the trees that meet the water's edge then ended at a lovely lookout giving great views back to the beach where the rainforest really does meet the water. Next on our list was the Dabuji boardwalk. This meandered through three different habitats. We loved the fan palms and the swamp was a bit smelly ...

Day 39 - 40

A travel blog entry by edwardsfamily14 on Aug 12, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... centre where we went on an audio guided aerial walk up to a canopy tower ( 23 metres high) to really discover all about the Daintree Rainforest, from the forest floor to the tree tops. We learnt about the endangered cassowary ( but unfortunately didn't see any), different trees in a rainforest and bush tucker. A very educational place to visit.
It was then time to head home after a long day, back across the ...

Last day Port Douglas

A travel blog entry by markandshirley on Jul 24, 2014

5 photos

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Bedankt voor de comment van gisteren Sarah. We willen niet dat vrienden en familie ongerust zijn als we de blog laat of niet uit sturen, nu we richting het westen gaan zal het zeker voorkomen dat we blog soms niet kunnen doen vanwege geen telefonish signal bereik.

We begonnen met een boodschappen tocht om alles op te vullen voor de volgende stop. Het ging helaas niet zo goed als ...