PORT DOUGLAS. Far North Queensland. Boho Luxe Guide.
A beautiful amalgamation of the deep rooted Aboriginal history, crocodiles, coconuts, tourists, the vast Daintree, miles of beaches, and backpackers who came for a visit but never left, is a place they call
THE ULTIMATE GUIDE FOR ANYONE WITH A PENCHANT FOR NATURAL BEAUTY, RESPECT FOR INDIGENOUS CULTURE, AND A HEART FULL OF BOHEMIAN INCLINATION.
Estilo QT (book a private booth outdoors), Barbados, Thala Beach Lodge (beach shack).
Hire out The Vintage Van for your personalised mobile bar service.
Private in -House Dining
Cupcake Cafe (Roberta 0407 317 676)
Anything Spell and the Gypsy Collective, Birkenstocks, silver jewels, anklets, tassel belts and bags, string bikinis, sandals, long flowing skirts, suncream, paints, paper, pencils, books and a camera.
October best time to be there
Walk/bike ride Seven Mile beach
Take a Yoga class on the beach. $15 daily. BYO towel.
Build a beach fort
Hartleys Crocodile Farm
Canoe down the river
(best fresh coconut cocktails at Thala Beach Lodge lookout)
Support the local music. Acts and festivals on a heavy rotation (The Grass is Greener)
Hire a tinny and catch dinner
Take a sunset cruise
Horse Ride on the Beach
Paint draw read write
Robinson Crusoe yourself on one of the many stretches of beaches
Watch the latest releases under the star at the Moonlight Cinema (seasonal)
Sunday Markets (a must)
Ahoy Trader (by the lovely one and only Jai Vasicek) + they stock Spell & the Gypsy Collective. Bonus!
Moonshine Bay (gorgeous locally made jewellery)
Handmade Dreamcatchers Betty’s Bohemian Cafe
Gift Store QT for quirky beach gamesWhile Away book store
Local PD Designer swimwear by Tahitian Lim
Visit Cape Tribulation. Lunch smack bang on the beach with your toes in the sand at the Cape Tribulation Beach House (best burgers in town) followed by a dip at Mason’s Swimming Hole.