Port Douglas

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Port Douglas is the holiday destination fit for kings, or to be more accurate, US Presidents. Activities and accommodation in the tropical paradise range from the exclusive luxury retreats to simple budget-priced fun. There’s something for everyone in Port Douglas, Australia.

Sailing in Port Douglas

Accommodation in Port Douglas includes hotels, motels, holiday/vacation apartments and units, and resorts. Oak Beach, just outside of Port Douglas, contains beachfront holiday homes and luxury retreats.

One of the focal points of Port Douglas is the famous Four Mile Beach. This is the premier beach of Port Douglas and you can walk to the beach in under 5 minutes from the village centre. Then you can continue to walk along the sandy beach for hours under the tropical sun.

Another popular attraction in Port Douglas is Marina Mirage – an opulent marina complex comprised of high-class shopping, excellent restaurants and a marina that is home to beautiful yachts from around the world.

Every weekend a large market is held in ANZAC Park, a flat grassy area, on the waterfront overlooking the Coral Sea. Vendors come from all over the Far North to sell their products to inquisitive tourists and Port Douglas locals. Here you'll find arts and crafts, jewellery, fruit and vegetables, glassware, books, coffee, boats, and more.

Port Douglas Marina

Other facilities in Port Douglas include:
Major Banks, Post Office, Doctors, Dentists, Lawyers, motor mechanics, newsagents, supermarkets, bottle shops (liquor stores) etc.

The real estate market in Port Douglas has been hot for a number of years, and we recommend you browse the real estate listings at Century 21's website, Real Estate Port Douglas.

More information about Port Douglas can be found at the Port Douglas Travel Guide website or for accommodation, try the Port Douglas Accommodation Directory.

Need to get out of Cairns? Try one of our surrounding area directories...

Port Douglas

North of Cairns is the star-stricken celebrity going areas proximate to Cairns; the Northern Beaches and Port Douglas. Calm azure waters and gentle crashing waves with white sandy beaches are the spectacular reality just north of Cairns. Regularly awarded Queensland’s cleanest beaches awards, Cairns Beaches are perfect for relaxing, lazing and working on the suntan!

Browse our range of Port Douglas accommodation, and see the luxury which awaits in this casual township of Port Douglas.

Great Barrier Reef

The area famous and well visited for its ‘largest living organism’, the Great Barrier Reef. The reef is a must see for any visitors to the Cairns.

Resort accommodation can be found on the Great Barrier Reef off Cairns on Green Island, Fitzroy Island and Double Island. Dunk Island and Bedarra Island near Mission Beach also sport luxury accommodation, and are great for couples who are looking for a relaxing and secluded getaway.

See our range of Great Barrier Reef tours for information about the companies who operate on the reef from Cairns. In Cairns city.

Atherton Tablelands

West of Cairns is a treat for gourmet food lovers, birdwatching enthusiasts, bushwalkers, photographers and hopeless romantics! The Cairns Highlands, formerly known as the Atherton Tablelands is a self-drive adventure land which is highly recommended for those staying a little while in the Cairns region.

The best aspect of staying on the Tablelands is that all Atherton Tablelands accommodation in very unique. Browse our range to see some of the best on offer in the region.

Innisfail & Mission Beach

South of Cairns lies the sleepy town of Innisfail which thrives on sugar cane and bananas. Drive a little further, and you'll be enthralled by an old Spanish castle at Paronella Park, and one of Australia's most magnificent beaches at Mission Beach.

Accommodation in this area can be found at Mission Beach Holidays.