What to Do in Port Douglas This Autumn Season

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 Jan 21st 2019 4:12pm

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Port Douglas offers plenty to do all year-round, but there isn’t a better time to explore it than autumn.

Home to the famous Four Mile Beach, Macrossan Street, ANZAC Park, The Reef Marina and more, Port Douglas is an unbeatable holiday destination for families, couples and travellers that are just looking to relax, soak up the quiet coastal atmosphere and explore a brand new location.

Far North Queensland is known for its tropical beauty - which includes popular rainforest parks, beaches, and the Great Barrier Reef - as well as its warm temperatures and world-class shopping streets, and by choosing Sanctuary Stays, you are guaranteed to leave Port Douglas having explored everything it has to offer.

This autumn, you’ll find nowhere better to unwind and relax than Four Mile Beach: an expansive east-facing beach that attracts visitors from all over for its ideal atmosphere, white sand and superb views towards the south. Because of its incredible length, Four Mile Beach offers plenty of space for settling down with a picnic, enjoying a run, or hopping on a bicycle to take in the views. Surfing, paddle boarding and swimming are also popular activities enjoyed on Four Mile Beach, where relaxed waves provide the perfect conditions for getting into the ocean.

More exciting things to do in Port Douglas include shopping at Macrossan Street, visiting the parks, dining al fresco at The Reef Marina, and paying a visit to the friendly animals at Wildlife Habitat, which is located at the end of Four Mile Beach. You can also take the chance to explore the Great Barrier Reef where, just off the coast, Low Isles, Batt Reef, Opal Reef and more await adventurous travellers.

Make Port Douglas your destination this autumn with Sanctuary Stays. Click now on our wide choice of Port Douglas holiday rentals.

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