Things to see and do - Port Douglas
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Port Douglas Travel guide
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Port Douglas, north of Cairns, is an up-market seaside resort with a very pleasant shoreline of white sand lined with coconut palms - Four Mile Beach -, luxury facilities and all the restaurants you could ask for. An ideal base for exploring the Great Barrier Reef.
Hotels Port Douglas
35 Mowbray Street AUS - Port Douglas QLD 4877
Prix Prices from : 360 AUD
Situated just 500 metres from the famous Four Mile Beach, Cayman Villas Port Douglas offers spacious self-catering villas, a refreshing outdoor swimming pool and a relaxing spa pool. Each of these modern villas has a large living area and spacious p..
9 Davidson St AUS - Port Douglas QLD 4877
Just 5 minutes' walk from Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas Motel features an outdoor saltwater pool, free on-site parking and BBQ facilities. Guests enjoy free Wi-Fi access in the lawn and reception areas. All studios feature a kitchenette and a 42-inch..
18-22 Owen St AUS - Port Douglas QLD 4877
Prix Prices from : 155 AUD
The boutique-style Hibiscus Resort and Spa features spacious suites and tropical gardens only 300-metres from Four Mile Beach. The tropical-themed accommodation each feature a balcony offering lovely pool and garden views There is a great selection ..
Leisure activities Port Douglas
Not a confident swimmer, but want to experience the Great Barrier Reef? At Low Isles you can snorkel straight off the beach, enjoy coral viewing on a glass bottom boat, take a leisurely guided walk around the island or simply relax on the sandy beach..
Prices from : 110 €
Experience the rainforest beauty of Far North Queensland on a scenic day trip from Port Douglas. Ride the historic Kuranda Scenic Railway and choose from a variety of options including the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, Tjupakai Aboriginal Cultural Par..
Set sail from Port Douglas for a day of snorkeling and relaxing on the Great Barrier Reef’s Low Isles. The sheltered white sands are surrounded by tropical waters filled with fish, turtles and coral for pristine off-beach snorkeling, just moments awa..