Port Douglas Queenslander, The

Port Douglas, Douglas Area

Indicative Rate * AU$120 to AU$300

The Port Douglas Queenslander is a self-contained holiday apartment complex in the heart of Port Douglas. This tropical getaway is only a short stroll from beautiful Four Mile Beach, the world class marina, and the best of Port Douglas' shops and restaurants in Macrossan Street. Set over three levels, the Queenslander has a variety of comfortable, spacious fully self-contained apartments, ranging from studio through to one and two bedroom units to the larger two bedroom two bathroom apartments. Each apartment is individually decorated and well appointed with full kitchen and laundry facilities, fans and air-conditioners, and a balcony or patio.

Situated in a lush tropical garden on a melaleuca lined avenue, The Port Douglas Queenslander overlooks parklands with native trees and prolific birdlife. Relax by the saltwater pool, or enjoying a barbecue in the gazebo. The staff of the Port Douglas Queenslander will do everything to make your stay as relaxed and enjoyable as possible. They have a wealth of knowledge of the local area and offer a complimentary tour booking service to all visitors.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
8-10 Mudlo Street
Port Douglas, Douglas Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom

The Two Bedroom Two Bathroom Apartments feature a lounge plus two separate bedrooms. Main bedroom has a queen size bed and second bedroom has two single beds. Two separate bathrooms. Sleeps maximum of four people. Full size kitchen with all facilities. Washing machine and dryer. Television with free Foxtel sports and movies. Fans and air conditioners. Situated on the top floor overlooking tropical gardens and pool. Superbly positioned just five minutes walk to beach, shops, restaurants and marina.

2 Bedroom Family Suite

The Two Bedroom Family Suite features larger living area and bedrooms than the standard 2 bedroom apartment and has a lounge plus two separate bedrooms. Main bedroom has a queen size bed. Second bedroom has two single beds. Sleeps maximum of four people. Fully self-contained with full size kitchen. Washing machine and dryer. Television with free Foxtel sports and movies. Fans and air conditioners. Situated in a quiet location overlooking tropical gardens and superbly positioned just five minutes walk to beach, shops, restaurants and marina.

Studio Double

Fully self contained the studios are on the ground floor. Sleeps two in one queen bed. Full size kitchen, washing machine and dryer. Television with free Foxtel movies and sport. Fan and air conditioner. Situated in a quiet location with patio surrounded by tropical gardens. Superbly positioned just five minutes walk to beach, shops, restaurants and marina.

1 Bedroom

Bright spacious fully self contained one bedroom apartment. Sleeps two in one queen bed. Full size kitchen, washing machine and dryer. Television with free Foxtel movies and sport. All apartments have fans and air conditioners. Situated in a quiet location complete with a balcony surrounded by tropical gardens, and superbly positioned just five minutes walk to beach, shops, restaurants and marina.

2 Bedroom

The Two Bedroom Apartments feature a lounge plus two separate bedrooms. Main bedroom has queen size bed second bedroom has two single beds. Sleeps maximum of four people. Fully self-contained with full size kitchen with all facilities. Washing machine and dryer. Television with free Foxtel sports and movies. All apartments have fans and air conditioners Superbly positioned just five minutes walk to beach, shops and marina.

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