please select language

Welcome to Port Douglas

Sunset in the Park Concert

Upcoming Annual Events

Port Douglas Four Mile Beach Things to Do

Things to Do

Port Douglas Self Contained Apartments

Accommodation

Daintree Rainforest Tours

Explore tours & attractions

Restaurant Guide for Port Douglas

Restaurant Guide

Who's coming to Port Douglas?

Port Douglas and Daintree

We are Australia's most idyllic Great Barrier Reef seaside destination. This website provides comprehensive customer information for customers to interact with key information for planning accommodation, transport and tour itineraries.

 

We also provide daily news and weather information. Stay informed and lets get excited about your visit.


Port Douglas has a history of of booms and declines, find out more about Australia's most sought after laid back holiday destination. Remember you can switch off in Port Douglas!

News from the Region

An ambitious expansion to the Reef Marina is set to target the lucrative superyacht market and bring a massive boost to the Port Douglas economy.

The three Run for the Reef events held on Sunday have raised thousands for both protection of the Great Barrier Reef and local community projects.

The Federal Government has opened a $5 million fund designed to reduce impacts from coastal farming on the health of the Great Barrier Reef.

Port Puss Passes | The Newsport

Sunday 11.15pm It was with sadness and stories that Sandy the Cat was remembered by locals on Saturday 18th as his ashes were scattered...

 

There are only 3 weeks left for customers and local businesses to get their votes registered.  The closing date for voting is Monday 3rd November. 

Consultant Pat Flanagan spoke at a Douglas Chamber of Commerce meeting yesterday to set the record straight about the facts and figures of the proposed Aquis Great Barrier Reef Resort at Yorkey's Knob.

Blue Dive Port Douglas operator Mark Fraenkel will encourage public consultation on the Reef 2050 Plan at a Reef Hour information session in Cairns next week.

We've got it on record now - Queensland Arts Minister Ian Walker has confirmed that Pirates of the Caribbean 5 will be filmed right here in Port Douglas, with massive economic benefits to follow.