Port Douglas Markets
On the waterfront every Sunday in idyllic Port Douglas is the Port Douglas market. Wandering around under the palm trees, you'll discover 150 stalls featuring fabulous local arts, hand-made crafts and functional wares, fresh produce ... And more. Every sunday 7:30am - 1pm
Sunday local markets, arts & crafts, jewellery, locally grown fruit & vegetables, condiments, books, clothing, drinks & food and more. You may also check out Mossman markets on Saturdays.
Port Douglas Markets takes place every Sunday at Anzac Park from around 7:30 am until mid-afternoon. Wandering around under the palm trees, you'll discover 150 stalls featuring fabulous local arts, hand-made crafts, home ware, clothing, organic beauty products, local practitioners, fresh produce,…
Every Sunday morning in the lush parks of Port Douglas, sample local food and wares of the highest standards.
Point of Interest
“Walk to the Port Douglas lookout on the Flagstaff Hill Walking Trail around the Port Douglas peninsula, from Four Mile Beach to Rex Smeal Park. If you need a picture worth framing (or posting) look no further than the Flagstaff Hill Lookout. Located at the summit of Island Point Road, it is an easy walk, bike ride or even short drive to the lookout viewing area. From here you will witness sweeping, majestic views of Four Mile Beach and the rainforest-clad mountain ranges to the south. Venture along the Flagstaff Hill Walking Trail down to Four Mile Beach and walk the plank (or viewing platform) and take in the 180-degree views to the Coral Sea, Low Isles and Snapper Island to the north. Find the hidden Low Isles Lighthouse viewing platform located on the corner where Wharf and Island Point Roads meet.”
“This is the closest place to catch a bus, a coffee or a meal. And there is also a Spa.”
“Paella and hearty Spanish meals, plus sharing plates and nibbles, in modern, airy surroundings”
“Sells locally caught fish, good fish and chips, great for an easy meal or to take down the beach.”
“If you want to see a crocodile please book and ask when is the best time to spot a croc. A lovely cruise on the Daintree river to understand it’s size and the wild life around.”