Featured Caravan Park: BIG4 Port Douglas Glengarry Holiday Park

Nestled in the tranquil Mobray River Valley just outside of the charming resort village of Port Douglas, BIG4 Port Douglas Glengarry Holiday Park is a fun-filled holiday destination for anyone travelling in a camper. 

Located in Craiglie, the holiday park provides powered and
ensuite sites to cater to motorhomes of all sizes. The onsite facilities
include a lagoon-style pool, Wi-Fi access, van storage, clean
amenities, aerial connection for TV, a well stocked campers kitchen,
disabled facilities, tour bookings, bird watching and jumping pillows
for the kids. There are a number of restaurants, take away shops,
boutique stores and attractions just a stone’s throw from the
accommodation in the village centre of Port Douglas.

Port Douglas is bordered by two magnificent world heritage
listed areas; the Great Barrier Reef and Ancient World Heritage Forest.
The area is home to an array of spectacular white beaches and crystal
clear waters. Visit the reef on an organised tour or head into the heart
of the rainforest where there are a number of bush walks, vantage
points and water-based activities in the creek. 

Nearby Mossman Gorge is a must-visit and offers a range of
activities for nature enthusiasts. Start your adventure at the Mossman
Gorge Visitors Centre, a brand new eco-tourism development where you can
engage with indigenous Australia. The staff here can help you plan your
walking routes and book the iconic and must-experience Dream Time Walk. Enjoy a coffee at the cafe or peruse the art gallery and its impressive indigenous art works. 

The Dreamtime Gorge Walk is a must and begins with a
traditional smoking ceremony that cleanses and wards off any bad
spirits. You will hear traditional stories of the Kuku Yalnji culture
and traditions from your experienced indigenous guides. Throughout the
tour you will swim at the beach and enjoy a traditional  bush tea and
damper; a great Australian experience!

Stay at BIG4 Port Douglas Glengarry Holiday Park and readily encounter diverse wildlife experiences and deep routed indigenous culture.