Martinique on Macrossan Port Douglas

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

66 Macrossan Street, P.O. Box 633, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4871, Australia
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Now staying at Port sea resort

by flossyflo

Hi everyone,
Our travel agent has moved us to the Portsea ,due to her recieving complaints from other memebers of our travel club about Le Cher Du Monde.We had booked a hire car for only 3 days of our 10 day/9 night stay as we were going to be in the centre of town, do we need to extend this due to being out of town?
Also does anyone know what the Port sea day spa is like re prices etc.

Thanks in advance
Merry xmas

RE: Now staying at Port sea resort

by Anne12

No, not really, just hire a car when you need to do some trips.
There is a very regular bus service from centre of town, near the Irish Pub, if I remember rightly. This goes from one end of town to the other, it will drop you off near your accommodation.
The service goes to around 12PM...during the round trip all day and night.
Otherwise there are taxis, very reasonably priced.
You will also be able to go onto the beach near the Port accommodation and walk into town, or you can hire a bike for the day/stay and ride along the beach or bike tracks near road to town.
Have a great stay:)

Travel Tips for Port Douglas

Research on

by samstar

There is so much to do here but you need to scratch the surface to find it. Research your arse off and ask plenty of questions. Go and see the website;

It has a video preview section 'must do' section - use it. It has all the best spots.

Contact them and they will give you a local's low down.

Enjoy I am off to Queenstown. Hand feeding a 2 metre Cod
Reef Sprinter (a boat)
PK Jungle Village
Mossman Gorge
Courthouse Hotel Sunday Session
Four Mile Beach

Hi Tide Café & Seafood Restaurant

by sue_stone about Hi Tide Café & Seafood Restaurant

Hi Tide Café & Seafood Restaurant is the only place to eat which looks over the lovely Four Mile Beach. It is part of the Peninsula Boutique Hotel, though is open to the public throughout the day.

One morning we went for an early morning walk to the beach and climbed up to the headland to check out the view. Afterwards we were keen for some brekkie so we headed to the inviting looking Hi Tide Café. We chose one of the tables out the front so we could enjoy the sunny morning. Service was friendly and relaxed, and within no time we had a coffee I hand and a cooked breakfast on our plates.

I hear it is a good place for a few drinks or a meal in the evening too.

Stroll around the harbour

by ettiewyn

Lying by the sea, of course Port Douglas also has a harbour, mainly for yachts and the boats going to the reef. I liked to stroll around here and to look at the beautiful ships, enjoying the atmosphere. It can be quiet a long walk, though.

Bally Hooley Steam Railway

by sue_stone

The Bally Hooley is a small steam train that runs for 4km from the Port Douglas Marina Mirage centre up to St.Crispins Station near the Sheraton Mirage Resort. This cute little train is a bit of a novelty and a fun way to keep the kids amused. Ok, we are not kids and we really enjoyed a ride!

Jump on the train at the main station at the Marina Mirage centre. Then sit back and enjoy the scenery as is chuffs along to St.Crispins Station. Upon arrival you can get off and go for a wander along the edge of the Sheraton's golf course and check out the lake.

When the Bally Hooley reaches the end of the line at St.Crispins Station the driver then has to push the engine around on a large turntable to reconnect with the train for the return journey.

Trains run every Wednesday and Sunday (see website for timetable)
Prices as at June 2007 were: Adults $5/Child $2.50/Children under 4yrs Free

Port Douglas the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef

by Alain_Smeets

Port Douglas was for us the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. We took from there the Quicksilver boot towards their floating pontoon in the Agincourt Reef. This is located in the outer Reef. We left early in the morning and there you can do a lot of activities.

We went snorkelling in the Great Barrier reef and luckily we had fins on or feet because there is a slight current that pushes you away from the floating pontoon. Or if you are tired of snorkelling you can have a ride in a semi-sub and you can see the sea-life and the reef passing by.

The snorkelling, semi-sub and the meal are included in the price.

I also did a helicopter flight above the reef, and if you are interested you can follow a diving initiation and you can walk on the Reef floor. I didn’t do this last part, but some friends who did said that they liked it very much.

Exploring the Great Barrier Reef is a day well spent, and if you do it with Quicksilver or any other company, you will have a great day there, like I did.


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