October Gap Filler $100/night Oct 14 - 18 2016
With Famous Four Mile Beach only 100 metres away and across the road to the shops, this is a prime position.
This is arguably one of the best positions on Macrossan Street
What a location... Who needs a car. Walk to everything that Macrossan Street and the marina area has to offer. With the beach so close and just across the road to the shops, cafes, restaurants and galleries this is truly a relaxing holiday. The night life is an easy stroll to the wharf end of Macrossan Street, but far enough away from the noise of the night clubs to get a good nights sleep.
This top spot is the place for your next tropical North Queensland holiday. Enjoy our lovely boutique style 1 bedroom apartment which has a great balcony with a view over Flagstaff Hill. It is fully self contained and ideal for that romantic & relaxing getaway.
There are cooking facilities provided in the apartment so you can stay home, cook a meal and enjoy a glass of wine on the patio whilst taking in the tranquilizing night lights over Flagstaff Hill, or you can use the barbecue facilities available at the Port Douglas apartments complex. If you prefer to eat out or get takeaway, just pop across the road to sample a vast array of restaurants. The choice is yours.
Enjoy free Wi-Fi and Pay TV, onsite under cover parking and free guest laundry facilities at Port Douglas Apartments.
Our apartment Top Spot, is located in the heart of Port Douglas on the corner of Macrossan and Davidson Streets at the Port Douglas Apartments complex. Everything is at your finger tips and with the famous 4 mile beach just a 100 metre walk away, if location is what you are looking for Top Spot is it
Come and discover for yourself Port Douglas - one of the most unique places in Australia. We know you won't be disappointed
TOP SPOT ON MACROSSAN - Apartment Features
Boutique style self-contained apartment with wonderful balcony over looking Flagstaff Hill and pool.
This apartment caters for adults only max occupancy 2 sorry no children or infants.
Apartment is fully made up ready for your arrival, with quality linen, shampoo/conditioner, body wash, soap and body lotion provided as well as pool towels supplied.
Mid stay service included in price for stays of 10 days or more extra cleans available on request, please inquire for price.
Kitchen - full fridge, hotplate, convection microwave and dishwasher which adjoins dining and living area No oven
Queen bed with en-suite, shower/bath and hair dryer
Split system air conditioning, ceiling fans, 42in LCD TV, DVD player and stereo with Iphone docking station
Free WI-Fi in room
Free Pay TV
Private balcony for outdoor dining or just relaxing with a glass of wine and enjoying the views over Flagstaff Hill and shops
In ground swimming pool and spa set amid tropical gardens
Free laundry facilities on-site washer & dryer. Guests only need to supply laundry powder/liquid.
On-site undercover parking.
There are so many places to visit while you are in the Port Douglas and Daintree area. Port Douglas is the closest town to the Great Barrier Reef, so a visit to this precious World Heritage listed natural beauty is a must do. We also encompass the site of an equally spectacular piece of nature, the World Heritage listed Daintree Rainforest. Why not visit Cape Tribulation, the only place in the world where these two sites, the reef and rainforest meet?
Get up close with wild Daintree River crocodiles at Daintree Village, swim in the spectacular Mossman Gorge or venture out to some of the surrounding outback areas to Port Douglas and the Daintree.
Wherever you choose to visit, you can be assured there is a special place for you in Port Douglas and the Daintree. See you in paradise soon
Things to Do in Port Douglas & Daintree
With so many Port Douglas tours, Daintree tours, attractions and things to do, it’s up to you to set the pace.
Port Douglas tours including Great Barrier Reef tours, Daintree tours and Cape Tribulation tours can cater for small to large groups, hardened adventure-seekers to first-time explorers. Their operators will ensure your special requirements are met and your Port Douglas and Daintree experience is second to none.
The World Heritage Listed areas of the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest meeting side by side is something you will never experience anywhere in the world, so why not go and stand between them?
Port Douglas markets, retail shopping and Port Douglas art including Daintree and surrounding areas.
Wander down the central shopping precinct at Macrossan Street and you will be amazed simply by the variety, quality and volume that will delight for hours of browsing or buying. Boutiques, souvenir shops and Indigenous arts and crafts abound side by side with designer labels. You’ll be entertained as well as intrigued by the goods on display at the local markets with a chance to go home with a souvenir bought direct from the maker.
When on holiday, every keen shopper loves a visit to the local markets to spy a bargain or find that perfect gift or souvenir that encapsulates their stay in a unique way. The iconic Port Douglas Sunday Market is steeped in tradition and all stallholders must grow, produce or make the goods they are selling. Located at the aptly named ‘Market Park’ on Wharf Street, the Port Douglas Sunday Market has delighted visitors and locals alike for years.
If you want to venture further afield and have a keen interest on local produce, the Mossman Markets are the place to be. Located under the canopy of the awe-inspiring rain trees and next to the historic St. David’s Anglican church, here you will meet the locals who have been farming and living in this region for generations. Purchase giant exotic fruits, vegetables and lush herbs and spices – all grown with the help of the tropics. Here, the early bird catches the worm, so make sure you get here before midday every Saturday.
The Great Dividing Range is not only a backdrop in the scenery, it’s an adventure tour. A walking track, a mountain bike race course, a horse riding trail and more. If you prefer wheels, take on the historic ‘Bump Track’ on a mountain bike or tackle it as part of the RRR Mountain Bike Challenge. Love hiking? Climb ‘Devil’s Thumb’ for an amazing view at the summit and a rewarding downhill return.
The Coral Sea and the Great Barrier Reef is an underwater movie for divers and snorkelers, a great view from the top of a Stand Up Paddle-board, an ocean of dreams for a game fishing expedition. Certified or beginner, scuba diving the reef is the ultimate marine experience. Take a high speed boat to Low Isles and be snorkeling amongst the turtles and coral before you know it.
The Daintree Rainforest is the world’s oldest living rainforest and beckons to be explored by night, invites you to swing through the canopy on a zipline and to climb to the top of the canopy to look over. Leave the bitumen behind and venture along the dirt tracks of the Daintree Rainforest in a guided 4WD tour and discover secret swimming holes and pristine beaches.
It’s your holiday… it’s up to you how adventurous you would like to be.
Port Douglas Dining & Entertainment
Port Douglas is a world class destination for high quality food and wine offered at over 60 restaurants and cafe’s scattered throughout the region.
In Port Douglas explore the award-winning restaurants and chic cafes along the Macrossan, Wharf and Grant Street dining precincts. Here you will find a variety of cuisine types prepared for you by international chefs and an atmosphere unique to this part of the world.
If you want to dine among the rainforest, savour the sensual flavours of a regional cuisine that blends a fabulous range of quality produce, then Port Douglas and Daintree is your perfect holiday destination. If the region were not known for its tropical paradise of rainforest, reef and palm-fringed sandy beaches, it would still be a world famous destination for its gastronomic excellence.
Outer Barrier Reef tours can be a full or half day adventure, they can stop at a pontoon or multiple sites and they can offer snorkeling
The Daintree National Park holds the site of the oldest living rainforest on earth, the Daintree Rainforest. It is the only place in the world where two World Heritage-listed sites meet, the Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef.
Consisting of nearly 900 000 hectares, this rainforest is the most unique in the world. Vegetation is primarily tropical rainforest, but also includes open eucalypt forest, wetlands and mangrove forests. The area meets all natural criteria for World Heritage listing including the area’s exceptional natural beauty and the importance of its biological diversity and evolutionary history, including habitats for numerous threatened species.