Things to Do In Port Douglas
Find the best things to do in Port Douglas. Picturesque and peaceful, Port Douglas makes a fantastic base for exploring Far North Queensland’s two big-hitter tropical attractions: the rainforest and reef.
Are you looking for inspiration before your next Port Douglas holiday? Read on to discover some incredible things to do in Port Douglas.
Things to Do In Port Douglas #1. Undine Sand Cay
Depart Port Douglas in your private helicopter charter, and soak in the breathtaking views across the azure waters of the Coral Sea before an exhilarating touchdown on secluded Undine Cay, a jewel in the heart of Australia’s World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef. Whilst in the air, be on the lookout for turtles, dolphins, manta rays, large schools of pelagic fish and even majestic humpback whales. Upon arrival at Undine Sand Cay enjoy a gourmet picnic hamper with sparkling wine served under your own private beach umbrella.
Things to Do In Port Douglas #2. Rainforest Waterfall Escape
Port Douglas is home to some breathtaking natural wonders, including stunning rainforest waterfalls. Enjoy door to door transport from your accommodation, before being whisked away in your private helicopter charter to enjoy 2 hours at Stewarts Creek Waterfall, a truly magical location, and only accessible by helicopter.
Enjoy a refreshing swim in the cool waters surrounded by rainforest. A gourmet picnic hamper with sparkling wine is served and tops off this unique, once in a lifetime experience!
Things to Do In Port Douglas #3. Quicksilver Great Barrier Reef Tours
Experience the ultimate Port Douglas adventure with Quicksilver Reef Tours. Be transported in a high speed wavepiercer catamaran to a stable, all weather reef activity platform on Agincourt Reef. The spacious dual level platform is the perfect base to explore the reef from, no matter your age, swimming ability or activity level. Pontoon facilities include ample undercover seating, fresh water rinse showers, changing rooms and a sundeck with lounges where you can enjoy lunch while overlooking the stunning coral sea. This magnificent ribbon reef is located on the very edge of Australia’s continental shelf, where clear ocean water encourages coral growth which supports a spectacular array of marine life.
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