Bask in sun or take croc tour

NOVOTEL Palm Cove Resort is enticing families to escape to a world of adventure, natural beauty and relaxation with its seven-night family package.

Valid until December 24 and priced from $1699, the package includes resort room accommodation for two adults and two children, full buffet breakfast, a cuddly children's gift, a half day crocodile farm adventure, three hours of kids club care for two children, a full day Great Barrier Reef tour and a full day Kuranda Rainforest and Skyrail adventure.

Hartley's Crocodile Adventures is an award-winning ecotourism-accredited attraction providing more than 2100m of boardwalk.

Visitors can tour the wetlands via boat, stroll through the cassowary garden, adventure through the wildlife discovery trail or take a journey through the evolution of some of Australia's most intriguing animals.

The full day Great Barrier Reef trip to Low Isles will delight the whole family and The Kuranda Skyrail adventure takes in the mystique and beauty of the rainforest.

Families can also take advantage of the resort's on-site facilities including three swimming pools, crocodile water slide, resort shop, internet cafe, restaurant and bar options or visit the nearby sports centre offering a gymnasium and fitness centre, nine-hole golf course, sauna and bicycle hire.

The resort is ideally positioned on the doorstep of a unique beachside community and within easy walking distance to the Palm Cove Esplanade and beach.



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