St. Crispins is located along the iconic Bally Hooley railway system. Established in the late 1800’s, the railway was used to transport sugar cane from the Mossman Sugar Mill, down to the Port Douglas Sugar Wharf. Due to its role in the industrial boom for the Far North, St. Crispins has secured its place in the Douglas Shire history books.
Boasting breathtaking views over the Daintree Ranges and the sprawling greenery of the Mirage Country Club golf course, the venue is complemented with shading from mature, native flora and fauna, all reflected by a calm lagoon. Did we mentioned we also have our own crocodile?
Our new look cafe menu takes inspiration from our lush surroundings, showcasing the ever-changing food culture in Port Douglas. Offering all-day classic Australian dining, you can tuck into our scrummy eggs benny for lunch or even try one of our signature burgers for breakfast - who are we to judge?
Complement your meal with one of our cocktail concoctions or maybe pair it up with the local brew.
P.S. - We also make a mean coffee.
Did you know we also host events after hours? Well we do! Port Douglas’ newest event space, St Crispins is a hidden gem of the far north! Located away from the hustle and bustle of Macrossan Street, St. Crispins offers a secluded, exclusive, private and unique setting amongst the beauty that is Port Douglas.
If you’re looking for something truly unique, yet quintessentially Port Douglas, you’ve come to the right place. Let the beauty of St. Crispins serenade you and your guests whilst we serve you the most scrumptious food and drink, paired with our impeccable service.
For more information on both the cafe and our events offerings, head on over to our website!
Tourism Port Douglas Daintree acknowledges the custodianship of the Daintree Rainforest and Great Barrier Reef by the local Kuku Yalanji and Yirraganydji people whose rich cultures, heritage values, enduring connections and shared efforts protect our natural assets for future generations, and we pay our respect to elders past, present and emerging.