Don’t let its flop and drop reputation fool you, there are many things to do in Port Douglas. From hunting with Traditional Owners & exploring the Great Barrier Reef, to river floats & wildlife parks. Here’s how to spend your time in Port Douglas.
Reef Teach will greatly enhance any Great Barrier Reef visit. Their customers describe Reef Teach as informative, fun, hilarious, inspirational [more…]
As you discover the Great Barrier Reef, uncover the culture of the Traditional Custodians with personal interpretation by local Indigenous rangers on Dreamtime Dive & Snorkel.
Bramston Beach is approximately 45 minutes south of Cairns by car. To reach this quiet and relaxed beach, turn left at Mirriwinni, [more…]
One of Queensland’s most spectacular and least dived shipwrecks is the RMS Quetta. In 1890 the RMS Quetta, 120 metre [more…]
Leave your watch behind when you go to Thursday Island as this colourful island paradise is where time really does [more…]
Horn Island is part of the Torres Strait Islands group at the tip of Cape York Peninsula, Australia’s northernmost point. [more…]
Local secret Wangetti Beach is just north of Palm Cove in Tropical North Queensland. Running from Slip Cliff Point to [more…]
Named after the beautiful Torres Strait pigeon, Wonga Beach is a quiet refuge north of Mossman. Off shore there are [more…]
Tucked away between glamorous Port Douglas and the vast wilderness of the World Heritage listed Daintree National Park is the [more…]