Things To Do In Port Douglas, Tropical North Queensland

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It will likely take you 3 or 4 days to explore the tropical city of Cairns. If travelling to Port Douglas is next on the itinerary, book a Cairns to Port Douglas shuttle for a private experience. You can be picked up and dropped off at a time that is most convenient for you and your companions. Drivers are highly experienced in the North Queensland area.

Tropical North Queensland is one of the most enchanting places in Australia that a visitor must not miss. Port Douglas is an ideal destination for a family holiday because it offers a nice balance between relaxation and adventure.

A little way offshore is the world renowned Great Barrier Reef, the world’s biggest reef system. Hugging the coastline is 140-year old Daintree Rainforest which is the oldest rainforest in the world. On the drive from Cairns to Port Douglas, you will see the spectacular Great Barrier Reef on one side and the Daintree Rainforest on the other side. If you will take a Cairns to Port Douglas shuttle, there are lots of opportunities to pull over and admire the amazing views.

Your first stop will be breakfast from right across the beach. Good food and coffee will be served. After the coffee fix and a tummy fully, you can take a gentle stroll along picturesque Ellis Beach. Ellis Beach is closer to the highway which runs past it. A little further along the drive and you can stop at a cove that is filled with hand-built rock towers.

It is suggested to spend a few days at Port Douglas to explore the area and eat great food. If it is your first time to visit Port Douglas, do not miss a visit to the Great Barrier Reef. There is also the Outer Reef to experience the best snorkelling and diving in your life.

Port Douglas is just an hour’s drive from the north of Cairns. The Cairns to Port Douglas shuttle is your best option because Port Douglas does not have an airport or railroad system. You can charter a helicopter or boat but it will be too expensive.

 

 

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