Adventure waits for you in Port Douglas and Daintree

With the natural surroundings of the World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest, the region lends itself to experiences far from the ‘everyday’.

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 horseriding 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 Paddleboard, 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 snorkelling 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.




 As the humidity and temperature begin to rise, we walk inland to the beautiful and pristine swimming holes. Waterfalls and shaded rainforest are waiting for you to explore. Dip into serenity. Photo @mycolourfulworld_  Clear blue skies stretch across turquoise waters. The weather in Port Douglas and Daintree is stunning right now!  No chaos. No confusion. Simple harmony. Photo by @saradury
 Boyds Forest Dragon. By ensuring that their body temperature is always precisely the same as the temperature of the vegetation upon which they sleep, they remain thermally inconspicuous to the Amethystine Python with its formidable heat-sensing capabilities. Smart dragon! @peter_nijenhuis  Quick breath. Do you know how long a turtle can hold it's breath for? @wildman_photo  Stone hopping at Pebbly Beach as the sun rises on a new day in tropical paradise. Photo by @mycolourfulworld_
 Stunning creation by @2fishrestaurant! This scrumptious dessert will be served at their Christmas lunch.  The little hidden gem 'Herbie's'. The only place for a cocktail or icy cold beer right on the beach, sand between your toes and hammock to rest your bones. Photo @thalabeach