Port Douglas Tourist Information Maps, Apps and Webcam

Port Douglas Tourist information, your guide to beautiful beaches, lush rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef.

Visitors are spoilt with fantastic food and a friendly laid back lifestyle.

You can jump online to visitportdouglas.com.au and use the live chat with our team for quick extra information at any time.

Port Douglas Tourist information all the extra bits, including maps, apps and webcams to enhance your stay.

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Sun protection

Port Douglas is best known for the summer holidays, gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and the lush Daintree Rainforest.    Everyone needs to slip on a shirt, slop on some sunscreen and slap on a hat.

Port Douglas Travel Maps

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Travel Time from Cairns to Port Douglas is approximately one hour and ten minutes.

 Apps To Download

Be an environmental warrior by teaming up with the Australian Museum to track the health of Australian frogs, which helps track the health and sustainability of the environment. Record frog sounds on your phone with the FrogID app.

Useful Information
FrogID App – Download on Google Play or from your iTunes Store

Tourism Queensland Apps

Port Douglas Travel Tool


Cruise Ship passengers web-based guide cruise.portdouglas.daintree.info

Port Douglas Tourist information
Port Douglas Marina


Check out the Port Douglas Virtual Tour web app for some of the best places to stay, eat, play and visit. Compatible with VR headsets for walkthrough experiences.

Portico Webcam 

Top 5 hints to avoid being seasick.

Port Douglas is a fantastic gateway to Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef. Here are our tips on how to avoid being seasick.  It’s always a great idea to check the weather before booking a reef tour.

  • Most boats sell seasick tablets its a  good idea to take some if you are prone to motion sickness.
  • Sit outside in the fresh air and focus on the horizon
  • sip on lemonade
  • ginger tablets can also be helpful.
  • avoid reading


Port Douglas has been COVID safe and