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Holiday Letting Price Information in Port Douglas
We analysed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Port Douglas. £193 is the highest price average in the next twelve months. Opt for a getaway in October (20/10 - 27/10) for optimal savings when heading to Port Douglas.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Port Douglas
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of holiday rentals in Port Douglas. The week with the least available rentals is in August (18/08 - 25/08), with only 38% of the rentals available. People tend to travel less to Port Douglas during a week in January (26/01 - 02/02) when only 5% of the rentals are booked.
The weather in Port Douglas
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. January is the warmest month in Port Douglas with average maximum temperatures of 32°. Conversely, August is the coolest month in Port Douglas, with temperatures going under 17°. According to the climate diagram, January is the rainiest month of the year in Port Douglas.
Dive at the Great Barrier Reef with a Port Douglas holiday letting
The climate of Port Douglas, Australia, is one of its many lures. Others include the Great Barrier Reef, the verdant Daintree Rainforest, and the palm-lined glistening sands of Four Mile Beach. Opting for a holiday cottage here allows you to make the best of your visit.
Historical buildings line Macrossan Street. Hole up in IronBar to savour its maritime ambience. Port Douglas’s Sunday market also has an air of history. The port, which dates back to the gold rush in 1877, was where the area’s sugar cane and sweet potatoes were loaded onto ships.
Visit the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary to encounter the country's natural heritage up close and in full colour. Fantastically coloured varieties flutter about at this engaging centre.
Dive on the Great Barrier Reef
Children and adults will both be blown away by the diversity of wildlife that inhabits the underwater world of the world's largest reef system. The submarine botanical garden is home to nearly 7,000 species of plant and 360 kinds of coral.
Gaudy fish flutter between spongy corals, and among giant clams, eels, rays and turtles. Don't miss your chance to experience one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Meanwhile, Four Mile Beach is the place to be for family fun in the water.
World heritage and water holes
Take a boat trip along the Daintree River in UNESCO World Heritage-listed Daintree National Park. Daintree bears the vestiges of its intriguing past as a gold rush, timber, and farming town. Today, it is known for its laid-back atmosphere along with the river's crocodiles.
Why not hike along 60,000-year-old Mossman Gorge, one of Australia's most stunning nature spots? Smooth granite boulders, the ideal drying off area, rest adjacent to crystal-clear swimming holes beneath forested mountains. Take a guided bushwalk and visit the Kuku Yalanji village, where you can watch traditional dance performances and see Aboriginal artefacts.
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