Nestled into a corner of Queensland, Palm Cove is a small community of less than 1,500 citizens. Though small, it has a lot to offer. During World War II, it was a training ground for Australian soldiers. In 1986, The Ramada Reef Resort opened the first international hotel train in the town; Palm Cove has continued to rise in international stature ever since. It offers golf courses, beach resorts, and plenty of opportunities for pampering.
Photo of Palm Cove beach courtesy of Dgillig and Wikipedia.