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Osprey's Restaurant, Thala Beach Nature Reserve, Port Douglas

Oak Beach, Douglas Area

Price Range * Dinner over $30 (AUD)

Savour the view along the scenic road to Port Douglas even longer by stopping for lunch, dinner or a coffee at Osprey's Restaurant at Thala Beach Nature Reserve. Osprey's captures the feel of the tropics with its relaxed, open-air environment and modern innovative cuisine at affordable prices.

Enjoy the spectacular elevated setting overlooking both the Coral Sea, native forest and rainforest-clad mountains that hug the coastline all the way to Port Douglas.

Linger with a coffee in the elegantly casual surrounds to catch up on your emails with the free WiFi, ask the friendly staff to identify the birds that share your tree-top position or indulge with sundowners at the end of a leisurely day in the tropics.

Cuisine Types

Modern Australian

Price Range

Main over $30 (AUD)

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Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
Private Road, 5078 Captain Cook Highway
15 kilometres south of Port Douglas
Oak Beach, Douglas Area
Queensland
Australia

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