Northeast Queensland shines with distinction as the only place in the world where two UNESCO World Heritage sites meet, in the form of the Daintree Rainforest and Great Barrier Reef. As your flight descends into the Cairns Airport, you can look out your window to find the silhouette of the reef winding beneath the clear sapphire water of the Pacific Ocean. The verdant rainforest drapes over the Great Dividing Range, the third longest land-based mountain range in the world, which borders the coastline.
Your flight will land, and your private transfer will meet you at baggage claim ready to whisk you away to the laidback tropical town of Port Douglas. Mango trees intersperse with towering palms to frame the gold-sand beaches around the port. Indigo water laps the shoreline and highlights the striking blond hues of Four Mile Beach. Cafes line the quiet streets of town set at the base of Flagstaff Hill, a lookout point that offers a terrific panorama of the mountains, palms, beaches, and varying shades of blue water.
Your luxurious accommodation will provide a tranquil atmosphere within easy reach of the sun-drenched sand and the refreshing Coral Sea. The infinity pool will shimmer with turquoise hues and the grounds fill with the scent of fresh mango and sweet pomelo. The Port Douglas Yacht Club overflows with spirited locals eager to enjoy a casual dinner and drink in front of the unique wading skyline of sailboats masks moored in the marina. You will settle into the beauty of your surroundings and allow the beautiful colors, enchanting aromas, and tropical climate welcome you to Queensland.