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Port Douglas Tropic Sands, Port Douglas

Tropic Sands, right in the heart of Port Douglas is the affordable boutique holiday accommodation choice for the discerning traveller.

Just 400 metres from beautiful Four Mile Beach and the Port Douglas village centre where you can enjoy the range of shopping, restaurants and cafes on offer, the fabulous Marina Mirage or choose from numerous world class golf courses with excellent facilities and a host of other recreational activities.

Set among tropical gardens these luxury apartments capture the relaxed tropical lifestyle with their colonial architecture and open plan design.

Situated one block from the village main street, Tropic Sands offers the best in tropical elegance in a convenient, central location but with quiet and privacy.

Apartments are serviced weekly, with daily or mid week servicing available for an additional charge.

Accommodation Options

  • Standard
  • Eco

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