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Port Douglas Attractions


Zinc Restaurant and Lounge
Port Douglas
Zinc Restaurant and Lounge Bar is located in the heart of Port Douglas with views to the Four Mile Beach and features outdoor dining, air conditioning inside, modern Australian food at realistic prices.
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Wildlife Habitat
Port Douglas
Koalas, Crocodiles, Kangaroos, Cassowaries and native birds all add to the adventure when enjoying Australia
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Categories: Zoos, Sanctuaries, Aquariums and Wildlife Parks;
Wild Cafe
Port Douglas
Koalas, crocodiles, kangaroos, cassowaries and native birds all add to the adventure when enjoying Australia
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Wellness@Port
Port Douglas
Wellness@port is one of three beautiful day spas of mind & motion in Port Douglas. Located in the heart of Macrossan Street, this day spa offers a wide
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Categories: Spas and Retreats;
Tijou Reef
Port Douglas
Located off Port Douglas on the Great Barrier Reef is Tijou Reef, home to many different dive sites, particularly the coral gardens on the inner side and wonderful wall dives on its outer eastern side. The northern tipis commonly known as Shark City. Whitetip, Grey and Silvertip reef sharks are always seen cruising along the wall. Shark feeds are sometimes conducted here. Masses of pelagic and reef fish gather along the steep wall which is covered with incredible variety of colourful corals and invertebrates.
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Split Bommie Dive Site
Port Douglas
Split Bommie, off Port Douglas o the Great Barrier Reef, has an array of colourful marine life from colourful flat worms and Nudibranchs to sleepy turtles and hungry hump headed parrot fish, putting on a show for the snorkeller and divers alike. The marine life thrive on two parallel Bommies, offering bright shallow conditions for snorkelling and a figure eight adventure for the curious divers. Commonly known for its beautiful schools of small fish blanketing the coral rises, or the friendly white tip who might pop in and say hello
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Snapper Island, Hope Islands National Park
Port Douglas
Snapper Island, Hope Islands National Park has lush vine forest, dense eucalypt forest and white sandy beaches. The islands and surrounding waters and reefs form part of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. The park is also significant to the Kuku Yalanji people, the local Aboriginal Traditional Owners. Go on a guided kayaking trip with a tour operator. Enjoy bush camping on this uninhabited and serene island. Drop in a line and try your luck fishing for mackerel and other reef fish in this popular angling spot for small boats.
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Categories: National Parks and Reserves;
Salsa Bar and Grill
Port Douglas
As a multi-award winning restaurant, Salsa Bar and Grill has developed a reputation for having great food and fantastic service. Head chef Goran Zonai and Sous Chef Dominik Uhlig and their team are committed to serving mouth watering and eye-catching dishes. The menu is a wonderful combination of simple fresh ingredients sourced from the freshest local produce, accompanied by an extensive wine list of quality Australian and New Zealand vintages.
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On The Inlet Seafood Restaurant
Port Douglas
On the Inlet Seafood Restaurant is an institution of Port Douglas, popular with locals and visitors alike. On the Inlet offers the freshest local seafood in an unbeatable location, surrounded by views of Dickson Inlet, Coral Sea and the sweeping Mossman ranges.
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Meridien Marina Mirage Port Douglas
Port Douglas
Meridien Marina Mirage Port Douglas offers a fully air-conditioned marina village and is a destination for stylish shopping with a dash of sea breeze. You'll step straight from the ample off-street parking into everything from exclusive fashions to luxury goods, professional hair studios, spa/beauty therapists and of course everyday essentials. Soon, you'll find yourself beside the boardwalk. This is the perfect place to wine and dine while you watch the boats arriving and departing from their berths in the marina. As the nautical gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, it's also an exciting stepping off point for diving, snorkelling and world-class fishing.
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