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Charlie's Restaurant

We drove up to Port Douglas and down the coast taking a look at some of the nice beaches along the way to Cairns. In Cairns we went for a nice swim at the huge free pool and chilled out there for a while before checking into a campsite in town. We then went for another swim in their swimming...

permalink written by  chrischarly on October 31, 2011 from Port Douglas, Australia
from the travel blog: Chris and Charly Down Under



A week in Port Douglas

Well nothing much has happened this week with the strong wind warnings and rough seas, we are going to Low island again on Monday 10th then into the Daintree for a look. As you stay in a place you get to know the finer things that happen around town, for instance the marina has a sidewalk...

permalink written by  Nightmoves on May 8, 2010 from Port Douglas, Australia
from the travel blog: Robbie and Tess around Australia



Port Douglas to Low Islands and back again.

Murfeys Law lives again !!!! After a pleasant night anchored in the entrance of Port Douglas we decide to go to Low Islands for the next part of our trip, from Low islands the pearls of the barreir reef are more accessable. As we started to move off our anchorage we picked up a submerged...

permalink written by  Nightmoves on May 2, 2010 from Port Douglas, Australia
from the travel blog: Robbie and Tess around Australia



Cairns to Port Douglas Via Double Island.

After 3 days in Cairns waiting for the strong wind warnings to go away we are ready to leave again, while we were in Cairns it was great, this town is a boaties dream, the marina is in the centre of town and there must be a zillion eateries to try. Everything is so close, the night markets are...

permalink written by  Nightmoves on April 30, 2010 from Port Douglas, Australia
from the travel blog: Robbie and Tess around Australia



Tropical North Queensland and a stressful check-in

Our other main excursion while around Cairns was a journey into the rainforest to the west of the city. As part of a package we’d bought, we took a train ride through the jungle to a small town called Kuranda, and made the return journey by cable car (which took us right over the rainforest...

permalink written by  olliejohnson on August 25, 2007 from Port Douglas, Australia
from the travel blog: A Brit and a Canuck Down Under



Daintree Rain Forest

After spending some time in Port Douglas which was a very nice place to have lunch. We travelled to Daintree Village which was at the end of the dense Daintree Rain Forest which was spectacular. The road is similar to the Great Ocean Road in that you follow the coast with rugged beaches and...

permalink written by  michelle62 on June 18, 2007 from Port Douglas, Australia
from the travel blog: Travelling around Australia



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