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With direct access to the beach, this Port Douglas apartment is in the city center and within a 15-minute walk of Court House Museum, Sugar Wharf, and Marina ...
Located in the heart of Port Douglas, this motel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Marina Mirage, St Mary's by the Sea Chapel, and Sugar Wharf. Court House Museum and ...
Located in the heart of Port Douglas, this luxury resort is within a 15-minute walk of Marina Mirage, St Mary's by the Sea Chapel, and Sugar Wharf. Court House ...
Located in the heart of Port Douglas, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of Marina Mirage, Court House Museum, and St Mary's by the Sea Chapel. Rex Smeal ...
Situated near the beach, this luxury aparthotel is within a 15-minute walk of Court House Museum, Rex Smeal Park, and St Mary's by the Sea Chapel. Marina Mirage ...
Nestled on the beach, this Oak Beach resort is within 9 mi (15 km) of Wildlife Habitat, Great Barrier Reef, and Hartley's Crocodile Adventures. Sugar Wharf and ...
This family-friendly Craiglie apartment is located near the beach, 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Wildlife Habitat, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Rex Smeal Park and Anzac ...
On your way to Port Douglas? The perfect hotel is waiting for you on Expedia. You will find 66 places to stay within 1 mile of the area's lively center.
The Coconut Grove and the Mandalay Luxury Beachfront Apartments are two of the most favored hotels to spend a night or more in the main area. The Port Douglas Peninsula Boutique Hotel and the Cayman Villas are two more wonderful options.
You'll not be left wanting for choice if you make your way to Four Mile Beach. This precinct features 31 accommodation solutions and is a mere 2 miles from the city center. The Niramaya Villas and Spa and Pullman Port Douglas Sea Temple Resort and Spa are just a few which are waiting for you to discover.
It won't take you long to arrive at the peak of Flagstaff Hill, where you are able to collect yourself and see the breathtaking scenery. If this piques your interest, you should make a choice between the Mowbray by the Sea and Beaches Port Douglas. Undoubtedly, there are a myriad of things we can learn from history, and a fascinating tour of Court House Museum certainly creates a lasting impression. If you feel more inclined to visit this place, the Mowbray by the Sea and Beaches Port Douglas are the best accommodation options.
Port Douglas Backpackers is a popular place to stay in this area. This is a good option for those who are after cheaper accommodation. Alternatively, you may like to check out the rates and amenities at the Global Backpackers - Port Douglas.
There are some more options available for you here. The Port Douglas Valley Retreat and the Silky Oaks Lodge can be found 7 miles and 8 miles from the heart of Port Douglas. 25 miles out of town stands the Island Views. The Wait A While Daintree is also in this area, 18 miles away.
15 miles to the north of Port Douglas is Kimberley, where you'll find the Tropical Sea Kayaks and Daintree Discovery Centre. Kimberley accommodation options are the Epiphyte Bed & Breakfast and Daintree Rainforest Retreat. Alternatively, you could consider staying in Forest Creek, 17 miles to the north of Port Douglas, where you'll find the Lync Haven Rain Forest Retreat and Tea Tree Cottage. The Daintree Entomological Museum and Hook-A-Barra are a couple of the popular sites to check out should you visit Forest Creek.
Port Douglas rests on the east coast of Queensland, a mere hour’s drive north of Cairns and close to loads of adventure activities. This coastal city sees an influx of tourists between the months of May and September, when people from across the globe flock to the region in search of tours to the Great Barrier Reef, lush rainforest, the renowned 4-mile beach. Port Douglas also has award-winning restaurants in the Macrossan, Wharf, and Grant Street dining districts.
Accommodation in Port Douglas includes boutique hotels, luxury lodges, large resorts, and even properties in the midst of the rainforest. Enjoy amenities at many Port Douglas hotels that include private outdoor pools, hammocks, tennis courts, and day spas. Hotels in this Queensland region can meet any budget or travel preferences, leaving nothing more for you to do than enjoy your time in this beautiful coastal community.
Port Douglas has two primary seasons: the green season and the dry season. The green season often begins in November with the first monsoon and lasts until about May. During the dry season the temperature is generally between 17 and 26 degrees Celsius, and in the green season the temperature can rise to about 33 degrees Celsius. While the green season brings warm water conditions, it also marks the season when sea wasps, called “stingers,” make an appearance in the ocean near the coast. Swimming should only take place within marked enclosures during this time.
Getting around Port Douglas and the surrounding area is made possible by shuttle buses, bicycle rentals, and rental cars. If you make a visit to the Daintree Rainforest, be sure to mind the rules. Do not feed the wildlife, refrain from picking flowers or plants, and stay safe by keeping to the boardwalks.
Port Douglas offers outdoor enthusiasts no shortage of opportunities to engage with nature and relax for a bit. Whether you want to get your feet wet, eat a number of fine meals, or just enjoy the pleasantries of a charming seaside village, Port Douglas is for you. Search for your next Port Douglas accommodation right here on Expedia.com, where you can sort hotels by class, brand, or neighborhood and book the best deal in minutes.