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Point of Interest

Port Douglas Sugar Wharf

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Scott
Scott
July 23, 2018
Stroll along the old sugar wharf and enjoy the last of the sun
Sofia
Sofia
February 5, 2017
Has the best views over the Inlet and the Daintree Mountains, it is a truly magical spot. Great for fishing or sitting down watching the sun go down.
Carol
Carol
September 28, 2016
Historical point of interest. Ocean view. Public fishing spot. Often site for formal gatherings and functions.

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Localização
Port Douglas, QLD 4877
Telefone(07) 4099 4233