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Port Douglas is a coastal town and locality in the Shire of Douglas, Queensland, approximately 70 km north of Cairns. In the 2016 census, Port Douglas had a population of 3,504 people. The town's population can often double, however, with the influx of tourists during the peak tourism season from May to September. The town is named in honour of a former Premier of Queensland, John Douglas. Wikipedia


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Mossman Gorge and Port Douglas (ex Cairns)

Macrossan Street, Port Douglas

Explore Port Douglas and Mossman Gorge with this Daintree Rainforest focused Half day Tour. On the journey North sit back, relax and enjoy the scenic Coral Coastal Drive. Talk a walk down Port Douglas’ well known Macrossan Street, lined with boutique shops and eateries and visit the famous 4 mile beach.  Observe the charming St Mary’s Chapel backed by the historic sugar wharf. Visit the highest point in Port Douglas, Flagstaff Hill, for a picture of 4 mile beach that's certainly worth framing! Continue to Mossman Gorge to experience this magical world heritage listed Rainforest close up. Spot and learn about MANY different wild animals along our guided walk or take a dip in the crystal clean waters of the gorge. Depart for return journey to Cairns stopping at the Rex Lookout for a fantastic photo opportunity.    A cultural Dreamtime Tour option is available (additional cost). 

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