Private Charter Tours To Port Douglas
Enjoy a private charter tour to Port Douglas! Visit pristine World Heritage Wet Tropics Rainforest, get up-close to iconic Australian animals and visit the stunning Mossman Gorge.
Spend the day exploring nature from the comfort of your private charter.
Located in the southern part of the World Heritage Daintree Rainforest lies Mossman Gorge, a crystal-clear rainforest stream dotted with giant boulders.
Join your private driver-guide on an interpretive walk encompassing enchanting stories based on the local indigenous culture that defines the region. Discover how traditional owners lived in the rainforest and enjoy pristine water views as you meander down a rainforest path.
Port Douglas Flagstaff Hill Lookout
Marvel at divine coastal views from the Flagstaff Hill Lookout in Port Douglas.
This spot is easily the best view in Port Douglas and provides majestic, sweeping views of the sandy Four Mile Beach below as well as the surrounding mountain and sea panorama.
Lunch With the Lorikeets at Wildlife Habitat
Replenish and rejuvenate and make a few feathered friends while you’re at it at Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas!
The iconic Lunch With The Lorikeets includes a variety of seasonal produce that is sourced locally by chefs to create a diverse and tasty menu.
You’ll also have the chance to interact with water birds, curlews, lorikeets, cockatoos and a host of other bird life.
Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas
Meet a myriad of beautiful Australian animals in their recreated natural environments at Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas.
Hand feed wallabies and kangaroos, see koalas, meet the endangered Southern Cassowary and Lumholtz’s Tree Kangaroo and walk the world’s first Predator Plank over Estaurine Crocodiles.
Join one of the keeper presentations or explore the park at your own leisure.
4 Mile Beach Walk
With golden sand stretching as far as the eye can see, crystal clear water lapping gently against the shore, and palm trees swaying in the cool breeze it is easy to lose track of time when walking on Four Mile Beach as it unfolds in a gentle curve.