Seafood in Port Douglas

On the Inlet

Jutting out over Dickson Inlet, tables here are spread out along a huge deck, where you can await the 5pm arrival of George the 250kg groper, who comes to feed most days. Take up the bucket-of-prawns-and-a-drink dea…
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Flames of the Forest

This unique experience goes way beyond the traditional concept of 'dinner and a show', with diners escorted deep in to the rainforest for a truly immersive night of theatre, culture and gourmet cuisine. Bookings ess…
Seafood in Port Douglas

2 Fish Restaurant Port Douglas

There's a lot more seafood here than the modest name would infer: over a dozen types of fish, from coral trout to red emperor and wild barramundi, are prepared in a variety of innovative ways.
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Salsa Bar & Grill

Salsa is a stayer on Port's fickle scene. For something a little different try the Creole jambalaya (rice with prawns, squid, crocodile and smoked chicken), or the roo with tamarillo marmalade. We think you'd like a…
Breakfast in Port Douglas

Breakfast with the Birds

Buffet in Port Douglas

Lunch with the Lorikeets

Modern Australian in Port Douglas

The Beach Shack

There’d be an outcry if this locals’ favourite took its macadamia-crumbed eggplant (with grilled and roast veggies, goat’s cheese and wild rocket) off the menu. But it’s the setting that makes it really worth headin…
Supermarket in Port Douglas

Coles Supermarket

Self-caterers can head to Coles.
Bakery in Port Douglas

Mocka's Pies

Institution serving amazing Aussie pies with exotic ingredients such as crocodile, kangaroo and barra.
Chinese in Port Douglas

Han Court

If Port's fancy buzzword-du-jour menus are wearing you out, head to Han for good old-fashioned comfort food. They've been in town forever, and dish up familiar – but very tasty – staples, such as honey chicken and b…