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What an amazing beach! Four mile beach - so named because it is exactly three miles long - is a sweeping margin of sand backed by uninterrupted wall of tropical jungle. However, once you ahev done 1/2 a mile, you have probably done it all...More
For me the beach was a disappointing experience. Overall it has remained in it’s natural state and from that point of view it is fine. Unfortunately between the months of November to May it is plagued by box jellyfish giving possible fatal stings. It is...More
We have just spent 3 nights at Four Mile Beach away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Despite some debris on the beach from the recent flooding there was so much to do and experience in this special little location. The early mornings...More
Been here four days, never seen a minute of sunshine. Torrential rain a little of the time. Good is when it’s not raining and a little brighter. Beach is obviously stunning on the tourist websites but is not so good when the sea is grey....More
Response from patmary68 | Reviewed this property |
Stingers, yes unfortunately. So don't swim here or wade in far. The attraction is the beach itself, the pristine elements of it in particular, rather that the water. Swim elsewhere! crocs - no, but be aware they are... More
Stingers, yes unfortunately. So don't swim here or wade in far. The attraction is the beach itself, the pristine elements of it in particular, rather that the water. Swim elsewhere! crocs - no, but be aware they are definitely not far away generally in muddy water at the creek and river mouths nearby.
We're a family of 3 with 8 year old child staying in Port Douglas for 10 days. It's the mid part of a 4 week trip so we want some time to chill but I've got a short list of things we hope to do and wondered what you think? -Day one drive up from Cairns - Between Day two and Day nine: GBP trip to Outer Isles Daintree rainforest & Mossman Gorge Breakfast (or lunch) with birds @ Wildlife Habitat Hartleys Croc Farm Sunday Market Four Mile Beach Day 10-------drive...More
July 22, 2014|
With that schedule, you are going to have plenty of time to "chill". The only activities that you have listed that will take all day are the GBR tour and the Daintree/Mossman Gorge trip. (You could even split Daintree/Mossman Gorge into two separate trips since you have so much time available.) With an 8-year-old, I would probably recommend going out on Quicksilver for your GBR trip because there will be things for the child to do besides snorkel (semi-submersible trip; glass bottom boat...More
Single bedroom 0r studio apartments (1 Reply)
We are planning to come to Port Douglas in September and would like a single bedroom or studio apartment in a "child free" complex. Nothing against kids, "got 4 of my own", just would like a romantic break away for just the two of us . Where is best , preferably Four Mile beach end of town?
March 25, 2007|
Hi Brencal, By Four Mile Beach end of town, do you mean the 4 Mile Beach residential part of town or the 4 Mile Beach ( main beach) end of town, near the town centre. Do you have a budget/per night .
Four mile beach stinger nets (10 Replies)
Swimming at Port Douglas beach ?? one hotel mentioned stinger nets so you can swim is this true?
August 30, 2017|
I believe the nets gets taken away in the wet season , so you cant swim anyway..