19-37 St Crispins Avenue, Port Douglas, QLD 4877 Australia
Port Douglas is the perfect jumping off point for diving, snorkelling or glass bottom boat trips out to the magnificent Great Barrier Reef. If you would prefer to keep your feet on dry land, just a short drive away you’ll find the World Heritage Listed Daintree Rainforest; 900,000 hectares of tropical forest waiting to be discovered by foot, 4WD, horseback or bike.
Port Douglas is home to several indoor shopping centres, as well as a host of specialty shops, jewelry and clothes boutiques on the popular Macrossan Street Circuit. For great bargains and one of a kind gifts, don’t forget to check out the Sunday Markets in Anzac Park – there are more than a hundred stalls to explore full of clothes, jewellery, art, woodwork and delicious local food.
Located just a short drive from our accommodation Port Douglas, you’ll find Four Mile Beach. This long, gently curving stretch of white sand is one of the most loved beaches in the country and an idyllic spot to swim, wind-surf, stroll and sunbathe throughout your break.
Wildlife Habitat is the #1 Port Douglas attraction! Want to cuddle a koala, meet pythons, crocodiles, amazing Australian birds and handfeed kangaroos? Located at the entrance to Port Douglas, at Wildlife Habitat you can join our free tours with our standard 5 day entry pass. Come and immerse yourself in our natural habitats, rated the #1 zoo in North Queensland on TripAdvisor.
Showcasing the best of Tropical North Queensland from local food and wines, to talented musicians and friendly, family fun, Port Douglas Carnivale is one of Australia’s most exciting and diverse events. For more information please see http://www.carnivale.com.au/
A trip to the Tropical North would not be complete without experiencing the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef. Day trips operate from Cairns and Port Douglas with transfers available from Palm Cove and surrounds. Excellent choice of vessels from small high speed luxury catamarans, mid size sailing to large catamarans that have their own platforms on the outer reef.