What really sets this tropical
paradise of Port Douglas Australia
apart from the rest is famous 4 Mile Beach ... kilometres of sand
lapped by the waves from the Coral
Sea and overhung by palms and
As you walk the length of 4 Mile
Beach from Flagstaff Hill behind Macrossan
Street to the Mangroves of Dickson
Inlet, you see no sign of the sleek
well-planned development nestling
neatly on the peninsula behind.
You can have your own secluded walk
in nature with civilization far out
of sight & mind.
The sea of 4 Mile BeachPort Douglas is turquoise, the sun is warm, the
palms sway, and the low-rise developments
hidden away can't spoil the feeling that it
is a million miles from anywhere.
Sunbathe, swim, sail, windsurf or simply
relax on one of Australia's most beautiful unspolit beaches.
in Port Douglas and along 4 Mile Beach is varied from 5-6 star
resorts and holiday homes to self-contained apartments
Something to suit every travel budget. Some
accommodation is just footsteps from 4 Mile
Beach, other accommodation is in the village
of Port Douglas but still in walking
distance to the beach.
Hidden behind the palms and rainforest that
fringe 4 Mile Beach is the well know village of
Port Douglas. A favourite holiday
destination for both Australians and
Port Douglas Australia is a very special
tropical paradise. A blend of the old and
the new: exotic
shopping and a vibrant
market, dozens of street-side cafes and
outdoor restaurants offering fantastic local
seafood and tropical delights.
The dazzling Port Douglas Marina is lined with its luxury
fleet cruising out to the Great Barrier Reef
for sailing, snorkelling or diving or
fishing on the reefs, and near-by are
adventures to experience in the Daintree
World Heritage Rainforest and Cape
Tribulation with 4WD safaris, interpretive
nature walks and river cruises are offered
throughout the Daintree Rainforest. Port Douglas
also boasts of 2 world championship golf
courses for the golf enthusiast.