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Port Douglas Queenslander, The, Port Douglas

The Port Douglas Queenslander is a self-contained apartment complex in the heart of Port Douglas. This tropical getaway is only a short stroll from beautiful Four Mile Beach, the world class marina, and the best of Port Douglas’ shops and restaurants. The Port Douglas Queenslander is a popular destination for all visitors to the area. Situated in a lush tropical garden on a melaleuca lined avenue, The Port Douglas Queenslander overlooks parklands and majestic mountains. The units and studios have full kitchen facilities and a private balcony or patio. Try relaxing by the tropical pool, or enjoying a barbecue in the gazebo. Whether a family, couple or single, the staff of the Port Douglas Queenslander will do everything to make your stay as relaxed and enjoyable as possible. They have a wealth of knowledge of the local area and a free tour desk service is available to visitors. Bicycle and car hire facilities are also provided.

Accommodation Options

Studio Double

One Bedroom

Two Bedroom

Two Bedroom Deluxe


Popular Activities

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