Aerial Photographs of Port Douglas
Marina Mirage Port Douglas and waterfront facilities which will soon be undergoing an extensive upgrade
The historical Sugar Wharf, with its future uncertain in the Waterfront upgrade of Port Douglas.
Exclusive Port Douglas Residences in Wharf Street – you can buy here for between $2 million to $6 million
Billy Goat Hill at the north end of Four Mile Beach – now some of the most sort after real estate it is so named because before the houses came along this is where people kept their goats.
Rex Smeal Park and Island Point, both areas under threat of development read more here
Intersection of Macrossan Street and Davidson Street. Now very popular. Portico Shopping Stage Two about to be built. The Aqueous Resort and Juniper’s Coconut Grove now selling off the plan.
Holiday units on Macrossan Street, very close to Four Mile Beach including Martinque and Archipelago.
Prime real estate “The Esplanade” Port Douglas with Peninsula Boutique Hotel and Hi Tide Restaurant in the left hand corner
Intersection of Macrossan Street and Owen Street, The Boathouse Holiday apartments on the left hand side
Holiday accommodation on Macrossan Street Port Douglas including Saltwater apartments and The Newport
Davidson Street Port Douglas featuring the “Beach Club” which has just opened in October 2006-10-31
Reef Park water tank (lower left), Captain Cook Highway looking north to Port Douglas Prawn farm (upper right)
Central Port Douglas
Sheraton Mirage Port Douglas, pristine Four Mile Beach with the Sheraton Wedding Chapel right on the beach
Old Port Rd, original entrance to Port Douglas now industrial estate. Sea Temple Golf Course can be seen in the left hand corner
New Residential development going ahead on the eastern side of Captain Cook Highway in Port Douglas. New industrial Estate on the right hand side.
Mowbray River going into the Pacific Ocean, large land lots are still active working sugar cane farms
Intersection of Captain Cook Highway and the Mowbray River. What appears to be an island at the top of picture was actually caused by a cyclone.
Langely Rd with the new Lagoons at Port now open. Suyra can be seen in the left hand corner – orange roof.
Four Mile precinct adjacent to Sea Temple Port Douglas. The only three street going down to the beach are Baler St, Helmet St, and Cowrie St. Land sales in these three streets are around $1 million