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Port Douglas is an alluring blend of the old and new.  Graceful historic buildings blend seamlessly with handsome modern villas and stylish alfresco restaurants. 

Port Douglas village... where the legendary charms can still be savoured, and the architectural heritage and natural beauty has an individual distinction, as well as a unique sense of destination 

Savour the rustic charm of  this former fishing village, gold mining town and sugar cane port.  Delight in the sophistication of this international tropical resort playground.

Walk barefoot along the nearby shore of beautiful 4 Mile Beach, sip champagne on the boardwalk as the cruise boats return to harbour, play golf on one of 2 world championship courses, shop in the eclectic boutique and international designer stores, sample the renown cuisine in the many restaurants & cafes  or simply watch the setting sun spread its orange glow over the restful sea.

What could be more pleasurable in life?


Mossman, just twenty minute’s drive north of Port Douglas, past Rainforest-clad mountains and fields of waving sugar cane, is the nerve centre of the Far North’s thriving sugar industry. 

Brimming with old-fashioned country charm and hospitality, Mossman boasts the closest, most accessible Rainforest to Port Douglas – Mossman Gorge. This features walking tracks, freshwater swimming holes, guided walking tours and tours with the area’s traditional Aboriginal landowners as guides.

Through an avenue of Rainforest trees, the main road continues north from Mossman past an 18-hole country golf course and the picturesque Whyanbeel Valley, with its unique theatre in the Rainforest, heliconia farm and rare fruit farm.

Five minutes further north is Wonga Beach. Here you’ll find a restaurant fashioned out of old railway carriages, one of Queensland’s largest orchid farms, and a wonderfully secluded beach that you can explore either on foot or on horseback.