Top Reasons to Go
Reef Explorations: There are thousands of spectacular dive sites scattered along the coral spine of the Great Barrier Reef.
Wildlife Watching: Flora and fauna on the islands themselves can be fascinating: rain forests, hills and rocky areas, and postcard-perfect beaches provide diverse habitat.
Cultural Immersion: The Kuku Yalanji people have lived in the area between Port Douglas and Cookdown for millennia. A highlight of visiting the region is experiencing this unique landscape from the perspective of its traditional owners.
Ancient Rain Forest: The UNESCO World Heritage–listed Daintree rain forest is a rich and ancient ecosystem in which you'll find sustainable resorts, jungle zip lines, and deserted beaches.
Outback Adventures: West of Port Douglas lie vast tracts of savannah dotted with termite mounds and teeming with kangaroos, wallabies, reptiles, and birds.
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