These are a small portion of the photos taken of Port Douglas by my hubby when we stayed the week over New Years.
This is a view is taken from Island Point Lookout looking back over Four Mile Beach. You will notice that everyone is swimming in the stinger net area. So they are protected from the Box Jelly Fish and Irukandji Jelly Fish which frequent our coastline between October and June.
From Island Point Lookout looking back down our coastline towards Cairns.
I thought this was a pretty photo and needed sharing. A flower on the lookout walk.
Looking out from Island Point Lookout to Low Isles. The first little bump on the left is actually Low Isle where the tourist visit and get a glimpse of coral and tropical fish when snorkelling. The second bump is Woody Island which is part of the Low Isles....but is an uninhabited coral/mangrove island. Lastly, the third bump is a Freighter Ship.
View from Island Point Lookout looking back over Port Douglas.
St Mary's by the Sea Church....yes, lots of weddings are held here.
A landmark of Port Douglas.
Never too old for a swing. Me giving my daughter a push. :-)
The family waiting for hubby to take some photos.
Anzac Park, Port Douglas. The fisherman in the centre has such a hard life. :-)
I just like this shot.
Macrossan Street Port Douglas...the main street full of dress shops and restaurants.
Thanks for visiting, hope you all have a great weekend. Hopefully next week I will share our sons view of Port Douglas. Too many photos to put in one post.