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Paluma Rainforest Inn

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2 weeks ago
“Nice quiet spot”
3 Mar 2017
“Good coffee”
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Clean and comfortable rooms, with bar fridge and tea and coffee making facilities. Very quiet town and up high amongst the clouds! Bring your own food as there are no shops in the town and the Inns restaurant only opens if there is 6 people...More

Thank Nicjane15
Reviewed 20 July 2017

Decided to visit Paluma when recently travelling from Townsville to Cairns after reading some travel reviews.Very winding road up to this mystical little hamlet in the mountains which was under cloud when we arrived at about 11am. After the 10 minutes it took having a...More

Thank cazza6662016
Reviewed 4 March 2017 via mobile

Great coffee and iced chocolate. Very reasonable drink prices. The lady that served us thought they would be quiet being a rainy day and seemed put out that they had extra customers! Despite only being 6 other people in the cafe. Nice feel to the...More

Thank Youngcouplenokids
Reviewed 7 October 2016

Set on top of a mountain this is a quite a surprising restaurant. On the day we went there were only another couple in. The menu was basic but good and reasonable. They also hold a alcohol licence. I would think it best caters for...More

Thank BasilHenry
Reviewed 8 July 2016 via mobile

We arrived around lunch time & felt like we were interrupting the woman serving. She was having a cuppa & rather than put the cup down & serve us, she continued to finish it !!! Anyway, lunch didn't get much better, we ordered pumpkin soup,...More

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