Dreamcatcher Apartments offer 12 stylishly appointed, award winning beachside studios & 1 bedroom self catering apartments in a boutique resort just a short stroll to 4 Mile Beach and minutes from the Port Douglas Village Centre.
Dreams of relaxed, sun-drenched beachside sojourns become a reality at the informal DreamCatcher Apartments. A barefoot stroll beyond DreamCatcher's tropical gardens soon has you on the pristine sands of Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas's premier beach. Just drop your towel and plunge straight into the clear waters of the Coral Sea.
Shops and galleries are interspersed with chic roadside eateries, stylish Ã la carte restaurants and cosmopolitan bars in Port Douglas. Add 2 international standard golf courses, the diverse Marina Mirage and magnificent beach, and it is obvious why Port Douglas has become the holiday hideaway of the rich and famous. The Dream Catcher Apartments resort is the perfect bast to explore it all.
Fringed by the spectacular Great Barrier Reef and World Heritage-listed rainforests, the Port Douglas Village is a delightful blend of modern style with tradition charm with over 60 chic, world class restaurants.
Experience the ancient Daimntree Rainforest, rivers, streams, waterfalls, 4WD or by hiking. Horse ride the beach, snorkel, sail or scuba dive the Great Barrier Reef. Take a helicopter tour, sky dive, hot air balloon, kite surf or kyak. There are too many more to mention here.
Although it is just minutes from the heart of Port Douglas, DreamCatcher's secluded location imbues it with peace and tranquillity. The Apartments are BEACHSIDE, nestled between the Sheraton Mirage and Sea Temple resorts, sharing the same strip of stunning 4 Mile Beach as well as easy access to their 2 world championship golf courses. But if you're hungry for adventure or just plain hungry, the front desk will arrange your tours, restaurant bookings or even a private chef to cater in your apartment. But why not step out into the tropical evening for one of the relaxed restaurants that are nearby.
Bursts of vibrant colour are a signature of DreamCatcher's award-winning design, conceived by the creative owners. Their passion for Australia's cultural history shines through with apartments that artfully incorporate indigenous and contemporary style. Each spacious, self-catering apartment features designer fixtures and furnishings, air conditioning and ceiling fans with nsect screens throughout, walk-in wardrobe, private en suite bathroom with hairdryer, FREE cable TV, video and stereo, direct dial STD/ISD phone, a dedicated fax / modem line for PC, private laundry facilities with washer and dryer as well as a private furnished patio or balcony
Relax in the sculpted saltwater pool and Spa/Jacuzzi. Further guest facilities and services include a beakfast Deli, direct beach access, BBQ facilities and pool pavilion, tropical landscaped garden, bicycle rental, FREE WIFI in all public areas, interconnecting rooms, internet cafe, bar / lounge, Barrier Reef Tavern-Bar & Bistro, The Beach Shack Restaurant, FREE on site car parking, airport shuttle, tour desk,luggage storage, laundry/ dry cleaning service, guest laundry, faxing facilities, photocopying service, safety deposit box, non-smoking apartments, video hire, multi-lingual and cot hire.
The Dreamcatcher Apartments Port douglas resort are the ideal base for your escape to Port Douglas from where you can delight in all the spectacular renowned natural wonders & adventure.
Perfectly located the reamcatcher Holiday Apartments are to the Port Douglas Village centre, including its hustle and bustle of restaurants, bars, night clubs, art galleries, shopping, Marina Mirage, all transforming Macrossan street into a 24 hour entertainment hub - 50 minutes from Cairns International Airport along Australia's most scenic drive.
POPULAR LOCAL ATTRACTIONS INCLUDE:
Visit the world's oldest rainforest-Daintree Rainforest-located in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. This 894,000 hectare rainforest is the home to thousands of species of birds and animals, as well as a spectacular array of flora. A range of tours is available.
Great Barrier Reef
Arguably Mother Nature's greatest marvel lies on Port Douglas' doorstep. It is of course the Great Barrier Reef, on of the most spectacular and awe-inspiring features of the world. A wide range of vessels make daily trips to the reef, allowing guests to snorkel, swim, sail or just view the delights through a glass bottom boat.
Four Mile Beach at Port Douglas is renowned for its tranquil beauty but Tropical North Queensland also boast many other diverse beaches. The 40 minute drive from Cairns to Port Douglas takes in a number of beachside towns, each with its own individual feel and attractions. Choose from a wide range of watersports and activities at these beaches or just browse among shops, galleries and eateries.
Aboriginal traditions are an important part of the history of this region. The Aboriginal culture is presented for visitors at the multi-award winning Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, just north of Cairns. Visitors can interact with the members of the Aboriginal community, learn about bush foods and medicines, and see a corroboree. Kuku Yalanji people of the Mossman George guided tours are also available to gain an insight into local Aboriginal culture and traditions.
Wildlife parks and tours
Tropical North Queensland is well known for its fauna, and the region's native species are showcased at many parks, farms and sanctuaries throughout the area. Two of the most prominent are wild World between Cairns and Port Douglas, and Rainforest Habitat at Port Douglas. Both offer varied experiences for visitors.
Skyrail Cable Cars and Scenic Rail
Skim over the rainforest canopy on the Skyrail cable cars from Cairns to the village of Kuranda, then enjoy the spectacular sights as you meander back down the mountains on the historic Kuranda Scenic Railway. Both are musts for the visitor who wants to experience the true beauty and incredible scenery of this amazing area.
Beyond Port Douglas
The region's thriving sugar industry has its' heart at Mossman, just north of Port Douglas. Mossman also boasts the closest and most accessible rainforests to Port Douglas - Mossman Gorge, with its swimming holes and walking tracks. Beyond Mossman is the township of Daintree where guests can cruise the Daintree River and view its diverse flora and fauna.
A drive to the picturesque Atherton Tablelands is like a step back in time - rolling green hills dotted with charming villages and lush farmlands. A wide range of crops as well as cattle are farmed on the Tablelands so the landscape is diverse. Ideal for a leisurely drive and the chance to browse in the shops and galleries and sample some fine local fare.
Sports, fishing and adventure
Sports-adventure and otherwise-are plentiful in the North. Port Douglas has tow high class golf courses while the Cairns region has others. Game fishing is a northern speciality as are other sports such as white water rafting, bungy jumping, parasailing and other water sports. Hire bicycles for a closer view of this region, go horseriding, kayaking, or take the easy way on a motorcycle tour, hot air balloon ride, helicopter or tiger moth flight.
Historic Cooktown and Cape Tribulation
Just south of Daintree, a car ferry will take you across to Cape Tribulation National Park which features spectacular rainforest, pristine beaches and boardwalks. The Daintree World Heritage Rainforest has been likened to an ever-changing, living museum.