The main shopping area is Macrossan Street with shops on either side of the street. As well as a Food Works, IGA and Coles supermarkets clothing stores abound - women's wear, menswear and children's clothing particularly beach wear and casual wear though some stores specialise in more expensive day and evening wear. There are also a number of shops selling artworks, jewellery and a range of giftware.
You never know what you will find and it is fun browsing.
|Wicked Willie's Jewellery|
Sunday Market at Port Douglas
|Stalls to browse at the Sunday Market|
Kuranda is a village on the Atherton Tablelands 25 kilometres north west of Cairns. The village in the rainforest has been famous for its markets since the 1960s when it was known basically a hippie community. There are several market areas in the village including the original Rainforest Markets, Kurunda Heritage Market and the new markets as well as other shops and galleries. Visitors can drive to Kuranda from Port Douglas or travel via the Skyrail cable cars or via the Kuranda Scenic Railway.
Daintree Timber Gallery
The village of Daintree is a small community on the Daintree River a short drive north from Port Douglas. Daintree was a timber settlement in the 1870s and is now a starting place to explore the Daintree Rainforest, particularly on one of the river cruises.
Hoglund Art Glass
|Entrance to Hoglund Art Glass|
Hoglund Art Glass is located north of Port Douglas via the villages of Mossman and Miallo along the Whyanbeel Road. The gallery contains examples of wonderful works of art in glass.