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Garrick House, Port Douglas

Garrick House is the perfect location for your holiday in paradise, situated in the heart of Port Douglas, seconds from famous Four Mile Beach and just a few minutes walk to shops, restaurants and marina.

The superb fully self-contained studios, one or two bedroom and penthouse apartments are perfect for holiday living.

Enjoy breakfast or pre dinner drinks on the patios or balconies. Laze beside the pool, or barbecue some steaks in the gazebo. Sunbathe or swim in the warm tropical waters of fabulous Four Mile Beach, or snorkel and dive the Great Barrier Reef. Explore the Daintree National Park, visit Kuranda markets and discover historical Cooktown.

Most of all enjoy the friendly service and hospitality.

Accommodation Options

  • Studio
  • One Bedroom
  • Two Bedroom
  • Penthouse (two bedrooms and two bathrooms)
  • Two bedrooms and two bathrooms
  • Two Bedroom Large


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