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Come to where the stars of Hollywood stay and play when away……from home.
In recent years Port Douglas has established itself as a vibrant mecca for the rich and famous. It is not uncommon to see the highest ranked stars of the world sitting having a meal next to a local family.
Port Douglas is another Gateway to the natural wonders of the Great Barrier Reef.
Reef trips depart daily from the Port Douglas Marina and with many tour operators running coach services that pick and drop off from Bohemia Resort Cairns.
Discover many local delicacies at the weekend markets, explore the myriad of unique arts and craft shops or even catch a round of golf at the Sheraton Mirage and Marina Golf Clubs.
If you want to go at your own pace, hire a car from the Bohemia Resort Cairns and travel up the Coast along the Captain Cook Highway.
Port Douglas is only 60 kilometres North from Bohemia Resort Cairns.
Go to Port Douglas…….. You will be surprised who you might see.
See some of the Worlds Oldest Rainforest in this tropical jewel of Far North Queensland.
Daily tours go to and through this World Heritage Listed Rainforest which is home to many endangered and unique flora and fauna.
You can self drive there from Bohemia Resort Cairns on the sealed bitumen roads. It will take about 1.5 hours to get to the Daintree River Ferry Terminal from Cairns.
Beware of and look for the mysterious Cassowary who inhabit the area with the unique helmet on their head. This solitary animal is very endangered and we suggest you be cautious when travelling on the roads. Do not approach if you see one but take a photo to show us…..
If you are feeling adventurous catch a ride on the River Boat Cruise and see Crocodiles and a wide variety of flora and fauna in its natural habitat.
Whilst in the Daintree visit the township and explore its history and influence and importance for the early settlers in the Far North.
Daintree is a must for all visitors. Regarded as the doorway to Cape York, Cooktown and Thursday Island.
The Cape itself was named by its founder Captain Cook in the late 1700s. The naming of the Cape is easily understood as it was just a little north of here that his troubles and tribulations started when he ran his ship on to the Endeavour Reef.
In the 1970s Cape Tribulation was an alternative hippie outpost with a number of settlements, particularly at the infamous Cedar Bay, further north towards Cooktown.
Today with improvements to the road, Cape Tribulation is very popular for visitors and day trippers. Its not surprising as this stretch of the coast is incredibly beautiful.
Cape Tribulation is one of the few places in Australia where the rainforest runs right down to the beach. The Wet Tropical Rainforests are fully protected by Federal World Heritage Laws.
Those who visit will have the priviledge of visiting un-spoilt virgin rainforest and crystal clear jungle creeks.