The perfect view from Alexandra lookout in Cape Tribulation on a lovely winters day. Photo Credit: Angel Fletcher
A wonderful Heritage Walking Trail for the history buffs takes you back in time to see some of the historic landmarks around the township. You can pick up a self guided walking map from the Port Douglas Tourist Information Centre or you can call into the Port Douglas Museum (near Anzac Park) for the trail […]
Stroll the Sunday Markets held in Market Park, which adjoins ANZAC Park. Bordered by Dickson Inlet and Wharf Street the location is picturesque with the mountain ranges and Coral Sea in the background. Established almost 20 years ago, Port Douglas Sunday Markets provide locally made hand crafted goods of every description. Market hours are from […]
Soak up the sun (don’t forget your sunscreen – the tropical sun is warm!), swim or just relax. Build a sand castle with the kids or explore the beach’s rocky headlands together. Sunrise at Four Mile Beach is a magical hour to stroll or simply breath in the new day.
It was originally an Aboriginal trail between the coastal and mountain regions and in the early days of settlement, was a crucial link between Port Douglas and the hinterland for settlers and miners. It is 6km long and can be very steep in places so a moderate level of fitness is required to tackle the […]
Dont mistake Sunday in Port Douglas for being a day of rest, there is always plenty to do! The Port Douglas Markets are held every Sunday at Anzac Park (which is at the end of Macrossan Street) from 8:30am till 3pm. The stalls are a mix of local arts, crafts, unique souvenirs and fresh produce […]
One of the most common questions we get asked here at the Port Douglas Tourist Infomation Centre is: ‘what are the best kid friendly activies for families?’ So here is our list of the top 5 things to do with the kiddies in tow (and they are lots of fun for the parents as well). The Great Barrier […]