Newell Beach is becoming one of Australia’s most pursued after holiday destinations.
This beautiful beach is 2.5km long and looks across The Coral Sea to the holiday village of Port Douglas. Located between the world heritage listed Daintree rainforest and the village of Port Douglas, Newell Beach is the perfect base for all of the delights that the region has to offer. Newell Beach Seaside community and is only a 20 minute drive north of Port Douglas and only a 5 minute drive to the township of Mossman the commercial centre of the shire. The Cairns International Airport is a 75 minute drive south of Newell Beach.
Oak Beach is a secluded 1.5km golden sand beach well known for its privacy and exclusivity. With an inner reef at one of the beach and cliff tops at the other, all surrounded by World Heritage Rainforest. Located just 10 minutes from Port Douglas and 50 minutes
Wonga Beach is one of tropical north Queensland’s best kept secrets, uncrowded & untouched. Ideally located between the Daintree Rainforest and the village of Port Douglas, you are only 20 minutes from Mossman Gorge and a 20 minute drive from the Daintree Ferry. There is easy access to the Great Barrier Reef and is 1.5 hours from Cairns International Airport. Port Douglas is only a 35 minute drive away.
Trinity Beach is a vibrant northern beach of Cairns, offering excellent dining facilities, boutique shopping and a relaxed casual lifestyle. Trinity Beach is a natural cove, lined with coconut palms, that lies between twin headlands. Swim all year round in the ocean waters and enjoy the village atmosphere, the ideal location when visiting tropical North Queensland. Trinity Beach is just a 15 minute drive north Cairns International Airport and Port Douglas is a 45 minute drive north.
Palm Cove, a unique, quiet and relaxing village by the sea where centuries old “paperbark” Melaleuca trees line the casual Esplanade. Palm Cove has one of Australia’s most picturesque beaches and village with Five Star Restaurants and Boutique shopping. Palm Cove has now become known as the “Spa Capital of Australia with many spa options to choose from. This Tropical Paradise is only 30 minutes north of the City of Cairns and the Cairns Domestic and International Airports.
Clifton Beach is a tropical beachside township wedged between the World Heritage listed rainforest and the Oceans of the Great Barrier Reef. Located only 25 minutes from the Cairns International Airport. A short stroll north will take holiday makers to Palm Cove (with a number of shops and restaurant), and a walk to the south will get you to Kewarra Beach. This gives you a total beach area of about 6 km and the opportunity for endless walks to let the beauty of the place sink in. Long white sandy beaches so wonderfully set among green palm trees make a perfect setting for the dip in the ocean.
In a hidden valley in the most elite area of lifestyle properties, this peaceful valley also offers some exciting and different things-to-do. The Valley is surrounded by Rainforest National Park and just 30 minutes from Port Douglas, 20 minutes from Mossman and 85 minutes from Cairns. The Whyambeel Valley is home to the world famous Botanical Ark, Diane Cilento’s Karnak Playhouse under the stars and tropical flower and fruit orchards.
UP in the Mountain ranges behind Cairns, North Queensland is the Atherton Tablelands. Stretching from Kuranda to Chillagoe and is rich with history, tropical and organic produce, and diverse natural beauty and only a one hour drive from Cairns, Atherton Tablelands is full of experiences for young and old, couples, families
Cairns is your international gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, Daintree Rainforest and the only place on earth where two World Heritage-listed areas meet. This vibrant tropical city with excellent accommodation, restaurants, boutique shopping, art galleries, and a diverse cultural history. The city is central to the region and offers many interesting things to see and do.
Port Douglas is one hour’s drive North of Cairns, via a breathtaking coastal road that is surrounded by forest and the Coral Sea. Port Douglas relaxed seaside village blends superbly with the vibrant atmosphere of tropical style and sophistication. There are endless restaurants, designer boutique shops and cafés to choose from. For more information on the region www.tpdd.com.au
Magnetic Island is only 8km from Townsville by Ferry, it is the ideal place for visitors to relax, unwind and immerse themselves in a genuine natural paradise. Magnetic Island’s beaches are truly world class, distinguished by their outstanding natural beauty and laid back atmosphere. Over two-thirds of the island is protected National Park providing a haven for the native wildlife, like rock wallabies, possums, and over 100 species of birdlife. Magnetic Island is home to Northern Australia’s largest colony of koalas living in the wild. Tropical fish and marine life live in the surrounding coral reefs and tranquil waters. Explore the land or the waters and discover the island’s unique surrounds. The Island has all the amenities you would have on the main land, restaurants, cafes, supermarkets, banks and doctors.
Mowbray Valley is a 10 minute drive to the famous Village of Port Douglas, located beneath the prominent landmark, Black Mountain and the starting point for the famous Bump Track. Port Douglas is one hour’s drive North of Cairns, via a breathtaking coastal road that is surrounded by forest and the Coral Sea. Mowbray Valley is the ideal base for exploring the Great Barrier Reef, the World Heritage listed rainforests of the Daintree and the surrounding beaches.
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