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Port Douglas Apartment
Mowbray By The Sea
sleep Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms
Feel at home in this sprawling, shiny apartment located in the lap of breathtaking landscapes and sublime beaches. It comes with all luxuries including Jacuzzi, swimming pool, and contemporary furnishings.
Amenity: Views, Jacuzzi - Outside, Shared Swimming Pool, Internet Access
RATES
AUD 171 – 300
Per Night
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Port Douglas Apartment
Coral Sea Villas
sleep Sleeps 6 in 2 bedrooms
Immerse yourself in soothing simplicity just a few steps away from 4 miles of virgin beachfront. Minimalistic and comfortable, these villas house everything to make your stay relaxing and memorable.
Amenity: Shared Swimming Pool, Seaside
RATES
AUD 150 – 230
Per Night
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Port Douglas Apartment
Port Douglas Palm Villas
sleep Sleeps 2 in 1 bedrooms
Nestled amidst thickets of tropical trees, this spacious, semi-open apartment provides a relaxing retreat in a quiet neighbourhood, just minutes away from Port Douglas shops, beaches and the Marina.
Amenity: Shared Swimming Pool
RATES
AUD 95 – 160
Per Night
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Port Douglas Vacations: Things to see while on vacation in Port Douglas Queensland


Port Douglas is a small tourist town surrounded by beautiful beaches, tropical rainforest, and the Barrier Reef in Queensland Australia. This is the place to go if you want to get away from the crowds. Miles of beautiful sandy beaches and palm trees. The town is situated adjacent to two World Heritage areas, the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest. Although the town is small it is known for it's 5 star resorts and golf courses. During the gold rush of the 1800s was the pinacle of activity for this small town. Businesses grew and people came to the town. But the boom was short lived. And eventually the town reverted to a sleepy fishing village.