Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia
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Four Mile Beach is one of the best-known beaches in Port Douglas. It's a four kilometre stretch of perfect, soft sand, with uninterrupted views and close proximity to Port Douglas accommodation and restaurants. It’s the perfect place to relax and unwind from the stresses of the day.
The lookout at Flagstaff Hill is a must-see. It offers the best views of the Coral Sea and Low Isles, all the way to Snapper Island and the famous Daintree Rainforest. There’s a 1-kilometre walking track linking Four Mile Beach and Rex Smeal Park that winds through the rainforest, offering panoramic views of the unrivaled natural beauty from a historic vantage point.
The southern end of the beach is home to the Mowbray River mouth, a beautiful spot for crab-catching. The northern end is the most accessible entry point, and also a spot where the Port Douglas Surf Lifesaving Club patrols the beach and maintains an enclosure net during stinger season.
If you don’t want to end up in the water, stay within the patrolled zone. The beach is flat and smooth, perfect for a game of beach cricket or touch football. The waves are good if you want to take a bodyboard for a spin, but the short, low waves are better suited to kite and wind surfers – especially during the winter months when the south-easterly blows.
The Great Barrier Reef is more than just the world’s biggest reef, it’s a wonderland of nature and a living reef. It’s perfect for all of your summer needs: swimming and sunbathing, snorkeling and scuba diving, and more!