| $ 60Port Douglas Day Tour from Cairns
Special Expires 31 Mar 2020
About Port Douglas Day Trip from Cairns
Port Douglas Transfers from Cairns
The Port Douglas Day Trip departs Cairns at 08:30 am. You will have 4 hours to explore the wildlife parks, markets & walking trails in Port Douglas before returning to Cairns. Hotel Transfers included.
Port Douglas is a scenic 45 Minute drive north of Cairns,The well-known resort town’s main street is a shoppers’ paradise, especially on every Sunday when the amazing Markets is on, selling Australian locally made products and get a chance to interact with the friendly locals!
- Return coach transfers from Cairns CBD Hotels to Port Douglas
- 4 hours free time in Port Douglas
- Entertaining commentary from the driver/ guide
Departure times & locations
- The Port Douglas Transfer Bus departs Cairns at 9am and returns again at 4.30pm.
- Pick up from hotels in Cairns.
- Tour operates daily (except Christmas Day)
- 08:30 Departs from Cairns
- 10:00 Arrives Port Douglas, then free time in Port Douglas
- 16:00 Departs from Port Douglas
- 17:15 Back to Cairns
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Four Mile Beach
Four Mile Beach runs parelell with Davidson Steet & is in easy walking distance from Macrossan Street. Four Mile Beach is is one of the best known and most popular beaches of northern Australia.
Port Douglas Resorts back on to the beach. Four Mile Beach is very low, flat, and at low tide up to 200 m wide. The northern end of the beach is easily accessed from Macrossan St. It is also the site of the Port Douglas Surf Life Saving Club, founded in 1984, that patrols the beach as well as maintaining a stinger enclosure.
Port Douglas Lookout & Skydeck
Port Douglas Lookout is located on flagstaff Hill & offers a panoramic views to the Great Barrie Reef, back to Cairns & over Four Mile Beach. You can access the lookout by car or on foot from Macrossan & Wharf St or by walking track via Four Mile Beach. Don't forget your camera! The views are spectacular.
Port Douglas Skydeck
The Flagstaff Sky Deck is located at the top of the stairs at the northern end of Four Mile Beach. It connects also with the Flagstaff walking track taking you right up to the top look out and all the way around to Rex Smeal Park. A must do! Look out to Low Isles across the Coral Sea, north to Snapper Island and south down Four Mile Beach.
Visit the Port Douglas Sunday Markets
Port Douglas Markets are on every Sunday at Anzac Park from 8am to around 1pm. The markets are a delightful mix of local art, craft, souvenirs and fresh produce. The markets are a great place to find scores of interesting items. Locals come from all over the Far North to sell their products to inquisitive tourists and locals alike. Here you'll find original arts and crafts, jewellery, pottery, tropical clothing, fruit and vegetables, glassware, books, homemade foods, unique Australian goods, souvenirs and more.
Enter Wildlife Habitat, here you can kangaroos and wallabies, observe cassowaries and Lumholtz’s Tree Kangaroos and cuddle a Koala! Visitors wander along elevated boardwalks, observing up close a huge range of flora and fauna as birds fly and animals roam freely.
The Bally Hooley Train
The Bally Hooley Train is a steam engine that runs on most Sundays in Port Douglas between Marina Mirage Station and St Crispin’s Station. It was originally operated by Mossman Mill to haul sugar through the cane fields for refining in Mossman. It is now operated by a group of dedicated volunteers.
BALLY HOOLEY....Does that sound Irish to you? Well, you may well be right, as this was the name given to the end of the line up the Mowbray Valley, more than a hundred years ago, possibly by an Irish immigrant.
Nowadays Bally Hooley is the name given to the historic little steam train that operates from the Marina Mirage station in Port Douglas every Sunday.
It is historic because the two coal-fired steam locomotives (Speedy and Bundy) that haul the trains are both over 55 years old, being the very last ones used by the Mossman Sugar Mill before switching to diesel locomotives for hauling the sugar cane from the fields to the region's mill.
It is also historic because the track on which these trains run has been in existence for over a century, and the whole little set-up is much loved by locals and visitors alike. The railway is operated by a dedicated small group of passionate volunteers. All moneys collected go towards the cost of coal and insurance which are both very big “cash consumers”. Maintenance costs are extremely high also.
The excursion, which takes a bit under one hour for the return trip from the Marina Station, passes through some attractive areas of mangrove, the Sheraton Country Club, and a couple of resorts to the Station at St. Crispin’s which is adjacent to the 12th tee of the Mirage Golf Course. Located right alongside a tidal lake at St.
Crispin’s, a couple of resident crocodiles can often be seen. At the terminus of St. Crispin’s Station, the locomotive is turned around on the turntable for the start of the return run to the Marina.
Port Douglas Day Trip from Cairns
The Port Douglas Day Tour departs Cairns at 9am and returns again at 4.30pm. Pick up from hotels in Cairns. Return coach transfers from Cairns CBD Hotels to Port Douglas.