Port Douglas & Daintree Rainforest
A unique combination of the old and new
The Port Douglas and Daintree Rainforest region is a mecca of interesting activities
Fascinating landscapes and unique experiences, making it a must-visit destination for any traveller looking to journey to Australia.
- Experience the Great Barrier Reef in true style aboard a luxurious super yacht moored at Port Douglas.
- Explore the Daintree Rainforest and discover the incredible history to be found beneath the canopy.
- Discover an absolute breath-taking view and unique perspective of the Daintree by joining in on an incredible Jungle-Surfing session, or join an incredible private tour with one of the region’s most respected tour operators. with one of Australia’s leading operators.
Port Douglas is a beautiful resort town located at the end of a peninsula, resulting in tranquil surrounding waters and beautiful lush rainforest. With plenty of five-star restaurants, art galleries and designer boutiques, Port Douglas is one of Australia’s most fashion-forward resort-towns.
The area surrounding Port Douglas is just as beautiful, with the Daintree National Park located within such a close proximity. The Daintree Rainforest is among one of Australia’s most iconic natural phenomena, and is the only location in the world in which the rainforest meets the sea. This has resulted in a unique and diverse eco-system that supports a variety of wildlife and plant species, endemic to only this region. For those seeking a luxurious and unique accommodation experience, Silky Oaks Lodge is a beautiful resort, perched high in the canopy bordering the Daintree National Park.
The weather in Port Douglas is a lovely mix of refreshing, mild winters (Dry Season) and balmy, sunny summers (Wet Season).
The Dry Season (May to October) in Port Douglas is the ideal weather. The mil and sunny days reach average temperatures of 24.6 – 28°C (76.3 – 82.4 °F).
The wet season (November to April) typically sees beautiful and lush landscapes due to high rainfall and increased humidity. The average temperature reaches between 28 – 30.3°C (82.4 – 86.5°F). This is also the time in which cyclones can occur in the Tropical North Queensland region.