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13 kid-approved fun things to do these school holidays

You won't be hearing 'I'm bored' these school holidays!

Living like a local: where to dine in Port Douglas

Port Douglas has been a popular spot for serious foodies for many years, showcasing weird and wonderful local produce at the hands of some of the country’s most talented (and hidden) chefs, but recent times have seen a breath of fresh, hipster-cool and hops-driven air with both new venues opening and classic venues raising the bar to take this sleepy little fishing village to dizzying new heights of gastronomic delight.

13 kid-approved fun things to do these school holidays

You won't be hearing 'I'm bored' these school holidays!

Escape to Low Isles: Your 6 step guide to getting there

Easily spotted from Port Douglas’ Four Mile Beach on a clear day by the historic lighthouse that peers out over the Coral Sea, Low Isles is a haven for playful green turtles and a myriad of friendly sea creatures, soft coral, giant clams and birdlife that seek out its sheltered waters as a playground to feed and breed. A number of tour operators visit Low Isles each day to explore its many features, with each one offering something different.

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