- 4 bedrooms
- 4 bathrooms
- Sleeps 8
Description from the owner
A great holiday house in Port Douglas.
A Port Douglas luxury holiday house available for private ownership in the heart of town.
This luxurious villa on Flagstaff Hill has exceptional views across the Meridian Marina through to the Mossman ranges. With extensive entertaining areas making the most of the stunning views, imagine you and your guests sitting back watching the sunset after a dip in the private pool, or Four Mile Beach just a short walk away. On exclusive Murphy Street, you are only a minute away from Macrossan Street, with its world class restaurants and shopping.
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1/23 Murphy Street
Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia
Additional Location Information
Visit Four Mile Beach - Go for a run, swim or stroll down on 'Four Mile Beach. Cafe's and coffee wait for you afterwards at both 'Four Mile' & Port Douglas town.
Play a round at the Sea Temple Golf Course - An 18-hole championship links-style golf course with magnificent views of mountains, ancient rainforests and lakes, offering a world class, challenging golfing experience. Par: 71, Length: 6125m.
Check out the view from the look out - It's magic... Drive, ride or walk up and see Four Mile Beach as you do in postcards. To see it is to appreciate it! A must.
Marina Mirage... Shopping, restaurants, cafe’s and so much more - A magical part of Port Douglas putting this area on the map in the early 80's for thousands of yachts. Ensure you visit the marina's waterfront shopping and restaurant precincts.
Experience Rex Smeal Park for sunrise, or as the boats come in each afternoon - A sunrise worth getting up for, Rex Smeal park overlooks a simply stunning part of Port. From 4:00pm on any given day you can see Great Barrier Reef cruise operators return from their day out.
Flames of the Forest - Have dinner in the rainforest. Flames of the Forest offers a unique rainforest dinner to remember for couples, weddings and corporate groups.
Up, up, up and away... see the outer reefs from the air - Flying in a helicopter over the Outer Barrier Reefs is an experience unmatched. Sky Safari as some of the best!
Snorkel & Dive the Great Barrier Reef - Get up close to 1,500 species of fish, 350 different types of coral 4,000 species of molluscs and 10,000 species of sponges.
Visit a great barrier reef island - One of the 540 Great Barrier Reef Islands is the idyllic Low Isles off Port Douglas. Originally just a sand cay it is now covered in a lush tropical flora.
Experience breakfast with the birds - Hand feed kangaroos, wallabies, ducks and get up close to koalas, snakes, crocodiles, cassowaries, tree kangaroos and much more. With over 120 species of wildlife, visitors can interact with local flora and fauna. The Rainforest Habitat provides an experience found nowhere else!
Drive on the coast road - Hire a car for the day and visit Cairns. The Captain Cook Highway now forms part of the Great Tropical Drive. Queensland's Great Ocean Road.
Visit Mossman Gorge - Mossman Gorge is a top 3 things to do. Rain, hail or shine this place is always memorable. A quick dip is recommended but only if it is running slowly and watch out it can be cold. Go by bus or hire car and treat yourself to the many easy and adventurous walks - take your own lunch.
Smile at a Crocodile - Hartley's Creek Crocodile Adventures is about the same distance south. Crocodiles are in their native surroundings here and in abundance.
Fancy a horse ride at Wonga Beach - 25 minutes north of Port Douglas, Wonga Beach horse riding is a great way to immerse yourself in Paradise.
Experience Port Sunday Markets - The Port Douglas Sunday Markets are a collaboration of all that's good of our region. Stroll through the 'Cotters Markets' for the morning.
Boutique shopping on Macrossan Street - Macrossan Street is the heart of boutique style fashion havens. Ladies (and men) from all over the world maintain strong ties with many of the lavish stores on this incredible little stretch.
Port's first pub... experience the Court House Hotel - Never anything else but fantastic. The Court House was built in 1878 and still today serves up the atmosphere that has made it infamous. Drinks, lunch, dinner and live music ;)
The Daintree Rainforest - The Daintree Rainforest is an hour north of Port Douglas and is undisputed the world's oldest rainforest. The Daintree River Crossing is an icon within the Port Douglas region. This crossing is the only way visitors can access the World Heritage Listed Rainforest. Take your wallet as there is a minor crossing charge.
Explore the world's oldest rainforest - The Daintree Rainforest is an hour north of Port Douglas and is undisputed the world's oldest rainforest. The Daintree is home to hundreds of different frog species. This guy is probably the best known. The 'White Lipped Green Tree Frog'. If you didn't happen to see one anywhere else The Rainforest Habitat is a sure thing.
Experience Cape Tribulation fly over or at least visit - Cape Tribulation is the pinnacle of where the reef meets the rainforest. Lush tropical rainforest literally drapes into the reef laden waters. Approximately an hour and a half from Port Douglas via the Daintree River.
More About This Location
Beach or lakeside relaxation, Warm winter getaways
Last updated on December 06, 2013
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- A/C or climate control
- Ceiling Fans
- Local Guides/Maps
- Housekeeping Optional
- Towels Provided
- Linens Provided
- Soap/Shampoo Provided
- Clothes Dryer
- Washing Machine
Phone / Internet
- Internet Access
Pool / Spa
- Private outdoor pool (unheated)
- Hot Tub/Jacuzzi
- Ocean or water views
- Stove or Oven
- Satellite or cable TV
- Stereo or CD player
- DVD Player
- Outdoor Dining Area
- Balcony or terrace
- Pet friendly - ask
- Smoking allowed - ask
- Suitable for children - ask
- Suitable for the elderly - ask
- Wheelchair accessible - ask