Monthly Archives: April 2011

Taste Paradise – Port Douglas Carnivale

  Some of the foodie events on at the Port Douglas Carnivale: Sheraton Mirage Longest Lunch.   Friday 20 May from 11.30am-3.30pm or longer. Al fresco all along the lakeside at The Mirage Country Club, Port Douglas. Tickets are $140 per … Continue reading

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Exit fees – friend or foe to investors?

The federal government’s proposal to scrap exit fees is a double-edged sword for consumers. On the one hand, cutting exit fees makes it easier for borrowers to move their loan to another lender offering lower interest rates. But on the … Continue reading

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AUSTRALIA REMAINS A TOP INVESTMENT DESTINATION FOR FOREIGN PROPERTY BUYERS

Foreign investors continue to show high levels of interest in purchasing Australian residential property and land thanks to the country’s economic strength and stability, says Century 21 Australia. Australia’s lifestyle, political stability and quality of life have helped to make … Continue reading

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Flash Mob for Port Douglas Carnivale

What is a flash mob? It’s when a random number of people start dancing a choreographed routine with it gradually involving more and more people from the unsuspecting crowd. Just type in flash mob on You Tube to see how … Continue reading

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Salsa Port Douglas – New Orleans Night

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History of Port Douglas

From 1870 to 1890 Far North Queensland was the “El Dorado” of Australia. During that time, towns large and small sprang up, ports were established, and most of the interior taken up and occupied. It was a period of romantic … Continue reading

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Open For Inspection on Easter Saturday: Julatten, Mossman & Daintree

Open for inspection this Saturday 23rd of April 2011. 18 Riflebird Crescent, Mossman – Family Home with Pool – $399,000 Open 10 am – 11am this Saturday http://www.realestateportdouglas.com.au/2423   24 Clayton Road, Julatten - Over 163 Acres (66Ha), with two houses and … Continue reading

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“World Heritage World Class” Port Douglas launches new brand/website

Port Douglas tourist operators mean business. This week  they’ve launched a new website with refreshed branding incorporating a new tag line, “World Heritage, World Class”. The new website aims to make it easy, particularly,  for potential business clients,who are looking … Continue reading

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Sell off of remaining Lagoon Units in Port Douglas

THE sell-off of assets linked to financially troubled Port Douglas / Cairns developer-businessman Tom Hedley is continuing with a campaign for disposal of a parcel of 42 apartments in the Lagoons@Port resort at Port Douglas Queensland. The parcel are what … Continue reading

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Housing Market Holds Opportunity For Buyers

Century 21 Port Douglas Real Estate believes that the current state of the residential property market presents some excellent purchase opportunities for buyers. Transaction volumes are down despite there being significant levels of stock on the market. Periods when demand … Continue reading

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