Located in the Centre of Town, you can cross the road and walk to the Newsagent and Grab a Take Away while your there. Heritage Complex and Calico Cottage are in the same location. The Queens Theatre and Museum is a short walk up the road as well 100metres or so. This Rest Area is best described as a day stop over only.
Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures is an award-winning ecotourism accredited attraction that has been carefully created on a 10 hectare World Heritage location. After many years of habitat restoration it is now a true sanctuary, with over 2100m of boardwalks and pathways that allow you to discover the five distinct zones of this innovative wildlife park.
There is a maximum stay 20 hours allowed, Facilities include Wood fired BBQs, and tap water, as with most water your not sure about, it's advisable to puify it first by boiling before drinking. There is also a telephone box available.
The award-winning Wildlife Habitat is Australia’s leading environmental Wildlife experience, providing visitors with a chance to observe up close a huge range of flora and fauna. Situated at Port Douglas, Tropical North Queensland, Wildlife Habitat was constructed in 1988 on 8 acres (2 hectares) of land that has been recreated to provide a window into our natural environment.
Pop in to the Outback Regional Gallery or the Quantilda Museum, both are located in the information centre, or simply pop into the Coolibah Cafe and grab a coffe while checking out the pamplets you have just picked up. Take a short walk to the Opal Factory which is next door.
Pretty and popular spot for us Grey Nomads, take your kayak off the roof and go for an exploratory paddle and maybe drag a fishing line behind just in case. There is a 14 Day maximum limit for all campers.