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Nautilus Holiday Apartments, Port Douglas

Nautilus Holiday Apartments in Port Douglas are located 200 metres from the famous Four Mile Beach and approximately an 800 metre stroll from the village atmosphere of Macrossan Street.

Nautilus has all two and three bedroom apartments. All apartments have two bathrooms, full kitchen, full laundry and own private balcony. The swimming pool area includes an outdoor barbecue free for all guests to use.

Having settled into your apartment, take a stroll into Port Douglas. The village itself boasts great restaurants, sidewalk cafes, boutiques and galleries.

You’re also just minutes away from world class golf courses, the World Heritage Daintree National Park and you can choose from over 100 different tours which depart Port Douglas daily.

Accommodation Options

Two Bedroom Apartment

Self contained two bedroom apartment.

Three Bedroom Apartment

Self contained three bedroom apartment.


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