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Mantra On The Inlet

Port Douglas, Douglas Area

Indicative Rate * AU$160 to AU$390

Mantra on the Inlet offers the perfect location to experience everything Port Douglas has to offer. It’s close to the beach, in the centre of town and provides access to amazing North Queensland attractions.

Combining traditional colonial-style architecture with contemporary comfort, the accommodation at Mantra on the Inlet is perfect for small family getaways, romantic weekends or a trip with friends. You can choose from Hotel Rooms and One or Two Bedroom Spa Suites. All rooms and suites feature air-conditioning, Foxtel, tea and coffee facilities, and WiFi.

With leisure facilities galore, you’ll be able to tell straight away you’re on a tropical holiday. You’ll enjoy the outdoor pool and spa or relaxing on the sun deck with a book. For a fun dinner with family and friends, whip up a barbecue and enjoy a night of good food and good company.

From its prime position on Macrossan Street, it’s just a short stroll to Dickson’s Inlet and Port Douglas restaurants and shopping. You’re also on the gateway to some of the best Queensland attractions with the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest on your doorstep.

Please note there is no lift access, this is a stair only property.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Wharf Street
Corner Macrossan Street
Port Douglas, Douglas Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

1 Bedroom Spa Suite

Queenslander Colonial Style architecture truly brings the ambience of Port Douglas to the fore. Spacious one bedroom apartment with one king or two singles. Features full kitchen and laundry facilities and a whirlpool spa.

2 Bedroom Spa Suite

Queenslander Colonial Style architecture truly brings the ambience of Port Douglas to the fore. Spacious two bedroom apartment with two kings or two singles. Features full kitchen and laundry facilities with a whirlpool spa. Consists of an interconnecting hotel room and one bedroom apartment.

Hotel Room

Queenslander Colonial Style architecture truly brings the ambience of Port Douglas to the fore. These rooms are small so are ideal for short stays. They are available with a king bed or two singles.

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Homage

Grandchester, Ipswich Area
  • Free WiFi
If it's a top-class, award-winning dining experience you're looking for in or near Ipswich, then a must-visit is Homage at Spicers Hidden Vale, a 30-minute drive away at Grandchester. A recipient of a chef's hat from the Brisbane Times Good Food Guide, Head Chef Ash Martin pays homage to the region with locally sourced, seasonal produce, including vegetables from the enormous onsite market garden.

Araucaria Falls

Goomburra, Southern Downs Area
The Araucaria Falls track commences 3.8 kilometres along Lookout Road beyond the Kurrajong picnic area at Goomburra in the World Heritage listed, Main Range National Park. Named after the hoop pine (Araucaria cunninghamii), the track passes through rainforest and leads visitors to the base of Araucaria Falls.

Bald Rock Creek Circuit

Ballandean, Southern Downs Area
Girraween National Park is located 260 kilometres south-west of Brisbane in the Southern Downs area of Ballandean. Girraween is home to pretty-as-a-picture running streams, massive granite outcrops and acres of woodland which come to life each spring with colourful wildflowers.

Sylvesters Lookout

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The Pyramid Track

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Climb to the summit of The Pyramid to see Balancing Rock and magnificent views over the Second Pyramid and Girraween National Park. From the Bald Rock Creek day-use area, cross the creek and weave steadily uphill through eucalypt forests, past rocky outcrops and wetlands to the base of this massive granite dome.

Das Neumann Haus Museum

Laidley, Lockyer Valley Area
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Free Entry
Located in the gorgeous town of Laidley, Das Neumann Haus was built by German immigrant Hermann Neumann in 1893. The house has been restored to its former condition, refurnished in the style of the 1930s and open to the public as a house museum.

Southern Food Trail

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Journey south of the Great Dividing Range descending from Toowoomba to the fertile plains of the Darling Downs and Granite Belt, 147 kilometres on the Southern Food Trail. Stop at the historic pub in Nobby home to literary great Steele Rudd, and continue past lush green cattle paddocks and rolling hills.

Goomburra Section, Main Range National Park

Goomburra, Southern Downs Area
Free Entry
Nested in the western foothills of the Great Dividing Range, Goomburra is one of four visitor nodes of Main Range National Park - part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area. Rugged mountain ranges, spectacular lookouts, trickling streams and rare wildlife make this a very special place.

Forest Hill War Memorial

Forest Hill, Lockyer Valley Area
Free Entry
An ex-serviceman who fought with the Australian Light Horse in WWI is believed to be the sculptor of Forest Hill's war memorial in the Lockyer Valley. The 4.5 metre monument, a life-size soldier standing on a tall sandstone pedestal with classically carved colonnettes, was unveiled in 1921 by five mothers whose sons had died at war.

Weeping Mother Memorial

Gatton, Lockyer Valley Area
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Many tears were shed on home soil as blood seeped in WWI trenches, Queensland's outpouring of grief most poignantly captured in a marble statue of a seated mother, weeping, at Gatton. While the foundation stone was laid in April 1922, it's not known when the marble memorial, which includes a mausoleum-type structure, was unveiled.
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