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Port Douglas

Port Douglas Dawn Boomerang Nomads!!

The Port Douglas page for all those that would like to meet up with a fellow Cruise Critic Dawn Boomerangs members. I have added a few links that have some useful and interesting information about Port Douglas.

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Arrival

Departure

Thursday, March 22, 2012

7:00 AM

5:00 PM

 

Wikipedia’s Port Douglas

Visitors Guide Port Douglas

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  1. We booked this tour in Port Douglas:
    The Great Barrier Reef
    PTI-100 | Port Douglas, Australia | Group Size: 300
    Discover the kaleidoscope world of the Great Barrier Reef. An air-conditioned catamaran cruises to a pontoon anchored off the outer reef. Take a glass-bottom boat tour, watch divers feed tropical fish, snorkel in the crystalline waters, enjoy a swim and catch some rays on the tanning deck. Lunch is included.

    Comment by Hubert Savelberg — February 11, 2012 @ 10:57 am

  2. In Darwin we wanted to go for the crocodile tour, but nearly sold out: we got only 1 seat confirmed, the second one is on a wait list.
    So we booked another tour for 2 as well and will decide which one we will take, depending if there is a second seat free that day

    Litchfield National Park: Termite Mounds & Falls
    DRW-150 | Darwin, Australia | Group Size: 46
    Explore the Top End’s famous Litchfield National Park. The park is home to giant, magnetic termite mounds, monsoonal rainforests and beautiful waterfalls cascading from a massive sandstone plateau. Drive through the park, and pause to enjoy an authentic Australian picnic lunch.

    or

    Jumping Crocodiles Cruise
    DRW-200 | Darwin, Australia
    Take an adventure filled one-hour cruise along the Adelaide River for a real Outback experience. See the river’s famous “jumping” crocodiles as they shoot out of the water in pursuit of their prey. Learn about the local wetlands, and enjoy stunning views of the Outback.

    Comment by Hubert Savelberg — February 11, 2012 @ 11:00 am


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