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Emily Robertson

Despite moving to the big smoke of Brisbane after growing up on the coast of Central Queensland, Emily is still a small country town girl at heart. A lover of sunshine and all things sweet, on a weekend it's a sure bet you can find Emily at the beach savouring a cookies and cream ice-cream.  
12 December

11 things to put on your Daintree to-do list

What would you do if you had time up your sleeve in the oldest rainforest in the world? Would you swim in ancient rock pools? Hike to secluded waterfalls? Or would you set out on a safari to spot ...

19 December

4 Indigenous tours unlike anything you’ve experienced before

Scratch the surface of Port Douglas and you’ll find palm-fringed beaches, the Great Barrier Reef, and the Daintree Rainforest. But dig a little deeper and you’ll be greeted with the spiritual conn...

04 April

Port Douglas events to mark in your calendar this year

If Port Douglas had a middle name, it would be “relaxing”. That is, unless you time your visit for the Port Douglas events season which is nothing short of action-packed, adrenaline-inducing and f...

31 July

Walk on the wild side: Where to have an Australian Wildlife encounter in Port Douglas

For a town whose claim to fame is the fact it’s got both rainforest and reef as its backyard, it’s no surprise Port Douglas is the place to go totally wild. It’s not just us who think so; ...

05 June

Why winter is the worst time to be in Port Douglas

Scarves, beanies, mugs full of hot cocoa – sounds like winter is on its way! But if you think you’ll find a chill in the air in Port Douglas, you’re in for a rude surprise. Instead, think sun-kiss...

17 August

Why you need to find tranquility in the rainforest at Silky Oaks Lodge

When you’re neck-deep in deadlines, chipping away at the coal face of life, having the headspace to simply sit and marvel in nature can seem like a pipe dream. But there’s a certain type of re...

15 May

Your reef, your way: Which Great Barrier Reef tour is for you?

If you’ve ever typed “Great Barrier Reef tours” into Google and immediately had heart palpitations from the thousands of search results that swim onto the page, you’re not alone. With so many ...

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