Articles By

Alyson Long

Port Douglas Markets

The main market in Port Douglas is held on Sunday mornings, year-round. Port Douglas Markets are a little bigger in ...
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Port Douglas Vs Palm Cove

Palm Cove and Port Douglas are beach destinations in Far North Queensland Australia lying about 42 Km, 26 miles, apart. ...
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Hook-A-Barra (Review)

If you’re visiting Port Douglas, include a few hours at Hook-A-Barra, just north of Port in your itinerary planning. It’s ...
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Daintree River Cruise Vs Lady Douglas Cruise

Which is better, a Daintree River Cruise or a cruise on The Lady Douglas from Port Douglas Marina? How to ...
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Where To Check The Weather For Port Douglas

If you need to check the Port Douglas weather, the following sites are the most reliable and useful. If you’re ...
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Palm Cove to Port Douglas

The only way to get from Palm Cove to Port Douglas is by road along the Captain Cook Highway. There ...
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Feeding George The Groper

Feeding George the groper used to be a daily event in Port Douglas, but sadly, it doesn’t happen today. I ...
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Seeing Whales in Port Douglas (July-Sept)

You are very likely to see humpback whales on your way to and from the Great Barrier Reef from Port ...
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Port Douglas, 12 Mistakes Not To Make in Planning Or Visiting

Port Douglas is a lovely holiday town in Far North Queensland Australia. It’s the perfect place to stay for visiting ...
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Do You Need A Car For a Port Douglas Vacation?

Port Douglas is a small town and if you’d rather not hire or rent a car for your time in ...
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How To Visit The Low Isles From Port Douglas

If you walk the Flagstaff Hill walking trail and look out to sea, you will see low-lying islands to the ...
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Port Douglas Vs Cairns

You’ve decided to visit Far North Queensland and discovered that the nearest airport for Port Douglas is just north of ...
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Where To Get a Bucket of Prawns in Port Douglas

Prawns are harvested off the coast of Port Douglas and we encourage our readers to try our local prawns, rather ...
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