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Paradise on the Beach

Palm Cove, Australia

This resort is located just over the promenade from the beautiful Palm Cove beach, and enjoys stunning views of the offshore islands and reefs framed by coconut palms and towering melaleuca trees.

The rooms are designed in distinctive tropical north Queensland design, with timber shutters opening onto shady balconies and cool tiles underfoot. As well as being central to the natural beauty of Palm Cove, the resort is also ideally located for numerous local attractions, with the Palm Cove jetty just a five minute walk away and the shopping village just next door.

Here you will find bars, restaurants, indigenous crafts and gift shops, but if you prefer to stay within the resort itself, Apres Beach Bar and Grill has a great reputation for its tropical dishes and welcoming atmosphere.

OUR RATING: Medium

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