Visiting Port Douglas
Located on the Coral Sea in Tropical North Queensland is the beautiful town of Port Douglas. Known for its beautiful beach resorts and being a base connecting you to the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree National Park.
What to see in Port Douglas
If you’re looking for boutique shops and lovely restaurant and cafes, then head to Macrossan Street.
Four Mile Beach
Port Douglas is famous for Four Mile Beach. It was a really hot day so we decided to head to the lookout and look at this beautiful beach from above! Especially given you can’t swim in the ocean, particularly in the summertime because of the stingers.
We stopped in at Hemingway’s Brewery and it was a lovely way to relax after a day of exploring The Daintree! The brewery is a Gastro Pub son the marina in Port Douglas. It was the first of its kind up in FNQ and you can pick from a range of handcrafted beers!
Visiting the Daintree & Cape Tribulation
No doubt you’ll be planning to visit the Daintree & Cape Tribulation during your stay in Port Douglas. Click here to view all of our posts for Tropical North Queensland.
Packing for Tropical North Queensland
You definitely need to be prepared for your trip to FNQ (Far North Queensland). There are a few essentials in my mind, one of which is, of course, mosquito repellent!
Click here for a printable packing guide for your trip.
Where to stay in Port Douglas
We stayed at the Pullman Sea Temple Resort for our 4 nights in Port Douglas. The hotel and grounds are lovely and located a short drive from the main town of Port Douglas. Click here for our full review including a short video.
Do you have travel insurance?
Before travelling, make sure you get a travel insurance policy – you never know when you might need it! Click here for information on travel insurance, what company we recommend and a link to get an instant quote.
If you’re looking for alternative accommodation to either save some money or share with friends or family, click here for information on Air B&B ($50 discount on your first booking), hotel price comparison websites etc.
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