Welcome to Port Douglas & Daintree

Tropical North Queensland, Australia.

Port Douglas Australia is just an hour’s drive north from Cairns via a spectacular coastal road that is surrounded by forest and the Coral Sea. The climate is seductive. Balmy days dissolve into tropical evenings with velvet starry skies.

It is the only place on Earth where two World Heritage listed jewels exist; the Great Barrier Reef and the rainforest of Daintree and Cape Tribulation.  Refresh, restore and revitalise, in the aquamarine reef waters of the Coral Sea, the crystal creeks of Mossman Gorge, and the palm fringed golden sands of Port Douglas’ Four Mile Beach.

Discover the breathtaking northern tropics of Australia through pristine Daintree Rainforest walks and safaris, diving and snorkelling the reef and sailing the waterways. Be inspired by the amazing array of nature and wildlife and glorious simplicity. The tropics are a feast for the senses; the sights, sounds and tastes; you will never want to leave!




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 Stunning creation by @2fishrestaurant! This scrumptious dessert will be served at their Christmas lunch.  The little hidden gem 'Herbie's'. The only place for a cocktail or icy cold beer right on the beach, sand between your toes and hammock to rest your bones. Photo @thalabeach  Floating through ancient rainforest. At peace with the flow, you gently glide along, surrounded by a pristine environment that you feel lucky to enter. Photo by @youngadventuress  Sunrise to sunset, Rex Smeal Park is one of the best places to relax and watch the day slide by. Tropical paradise at it's best. @homeofhunt
 Clear blue skies stretch across turquoise waters. The weather in Port Douglas and Daintree is stunning right now!  No chaos. No confusion. Simple harmony. Photo by @saradury  Reef. Rainforest. Catamaran. Turquoise waters and crystal blue skies...if you need more than this, you're confused. Photo by @darrentierneyphotography  Pristine paradise. @oceansafaricapetrib
 Quick breath. Do you know how long a turtle can hold it's breath for? @wildman_photo  Stone hopping at Pebbly Beach as the sun rises on a new day in tropical paradise. Photo by @mycolourfulworld_  Slip in to the tranquil lagoon and eternal life will be yours. @thalabeach  Papilio Ulysses. With a wingspan of up to 105mm, the contrast of bright azure fluttering against the deep green of the rainforest will captivate you every time. @pod1213