Immerse yourself in a tropical haven at 46 Alamanda on beautiful Palm Cove beach. This apartment features 2 Bedroom – 2 Bathrooms downstairs, staircase to upstairs is a very spacious apartment and designed for the modern family.
The apartment features a washer dryer, iron and ironing board. Large living – lounge-dining area, outdoor patio with patio setting with BBQ, and envious pool view. The resort is overlooking the Palm fringed beach of the Great Barrier Reef, with absolute beach front - with tropical gardens and resort swimming pools; try the heated Rock Pool.
Only a short 25 minute drive north of Cairns, Palm Cove is the jewel of Queensland's famed Tropical North Queensland coast. With centuries old "paper bark" Melaleuca trees lining the chic esplanade, Palm Cove is a relaxed yet sophisticated village. It's home to award winning restaurants, internationally renowned day spas, fashion boutiques, jewellery stores and art galleries. If complete relaxation is your thing, laze with the sun lovers on the soft golden sands and paddle in the glistening sea. Or, head out for a leisurely stroll and take in some Palm Cove retail therapy. And for the adventure junkies, revel in water sports such as sea kayaking, parasailing and jet skiing. A tropical haven, there is something for everyone at Palm Cove.
Nu Nu Restaurant
Below and inside the resort is Multi-award winning Nu Nu Restaurant, headed up by Nick Holloway a star chef, Nu Nu Restaurant is a 169 seat restaurant - the only one of its kind with absolute beach frontage in Palm Cove. Dine in front of the Ocean, vast sandy Beach framed by beautiful Palm Trees. A must to see and dine at. Open 7 days a week.
Council provides lifeguard services on the beaches listed below and on Green Island at certain times.
All lifeguards and volunteer lifesavers are fully trained in first aid and in the treatment of stings from dangerous marine stingers, and have direct contact with emergency services.
For up-to-date information, contact the North Queensland Lifeguard Supervisor on . Swim safely and only swim at beaches patrolled by a lifeguard
• Ellis Beach
• Palm Cove
• Clifton Beach
• Kewarra Beach
• Trinity Beach
• Yorkeys Knob
• Holloways Beach
• Bramston Beach
Stinger season generally runs from November to May. The stinger resistant swimming enclosures at local beaches give a high degree of protection against Box Jellyfish but are not 100 percent 'stinger proof'.
Beaches may be closed when stingers are present. Closures remain in place until weather patterns change and drive stingers away from the coastline. Always heed lifesavers' warnings and do not swim when beaches are closed.
You can reduce your exposure to potential stings by wearing protective clothing wetsuit or full-body lycra suit and enter the water slowly as stingers will often swim away, given the chance.
If you are stung at a beach without a lifeguard, get out of the water and apply liberal amounts of vinegar, which can be found on all main beaches. Monitor the patient's breathing and send for urgent medical attention.