The Beach Terraces

Port Douglas,

Indicative Rate * AU$210 to AU$450

The Beach Terraces is located just 70 metres off the famous Four Mile Beach and a five minute walk to the village centre, their apartments are spacious and comfortable all apartments have private balconies and are designed to enjoy the tropical ambience of Port Douglas.

All apartments are fully self-contained, including full kitchen, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, oven, cooktop, tea and coffee making.

Apartments are fully air-conditioned, have washer and dryer, complimentary cable television, DVD, clock radio, ceiling fans, tropical furnishings and outdoor settings on the balcony.

Beach Terraces, with just 20 Apartments features a Lagoon Pool with Waterfall and Spa, separate wading pool, a Sun-Deck with a third adjoining pool and barbecue area. Tour bookings are also available from reception.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Our Rooms

1 Bedroom - 1 Bathroom

Fully self-contained with private balcony, well appointed full kitchen, laundry, bathroom with shower only, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, flat screen TV, Foxtel, spacious living areas. The apartments are spacious and comfortable with private balcony and are designed to enjoy the tropical ambience of Port Douglas.

2 Bedroom 2 Bathrooms

Fully self-contained with private balcony, well appointed full kitchen, laundry, two bathrooms, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, flat screen television, Foxtel, spacious living areas. The apartments are spacious and comfortable with private balcony and are designed to enjoy the tropical ambience of Port Douglas.

3 Bedroom Apartment

Fully self-contained with private balcony, well appointed full kitchen, laundry, two bathrooms including a spa bath, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, flat screen television, Foxtel, spacious living areas. Three bedroom apartments are on the top floor. The apartments are spacious and comfortable with private balcony and are designed to enjoy the tropical ambience of Port Douglas.

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Hope Island

Hope Island, Gold Coast Area
You would expect anticipation to be fairly high when travelling to a place called Hope Island and this destination doesn't disappoint. But rather than being named after the positive emotion, it actually borrowed its name from a colonial aristocrat Captain Louis Hope who was granted land at the mouth of the Coomera River in recognition of his sugar industry contributions.

Scottish Prince Dive Site

Southport, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
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Biggera Waters, Gold Coast Area
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The Spit

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Free Entry
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South Stradbroke Island

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Step aside Gilligan. Should you ever find yourself stranded on South Stradbroke Island or 'South Straddie' as the locals like to call her, then you can count your lucky stars. For you are visiting a Gold Coast destination as pretty as Ginger and as down-to-earth as Mary Ann.

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Free Entry
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The Seaway Dive Site

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Free Entry
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