Approximately 1,448 kilometres away from the capital city of Brisbane, Port Douglas is located in the northern region of Cairns, Queensland. The suburb of Port Douglas is nestled between various features of landscapes and waterscapes, such as Dicksons Inlet, Island Point, Magazine Island and Morey Reef, to mention a few. Port Douglas also has nearby tourist attractions, including Daintree Mangroves Wildlife Sanctuary, which is a nature park where visitors can have breakfast with the birds, and the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary, which is known to be one of the leading tourist spots in Cairns. Port Douglas is also famed for its suitability for kitesurfing, especially during the winter months. It is also close to the Great Barrier Reef, which makes it a great spot for scuba diving and snorkelling, too. The primary transportation services within the community of Port Douglas are mainly linked by the Yalkula train station and the Cairns International Airport. There are also a number of neighbouring hotels that cater to travellers who wish to stay in the area. Some of these include Regal Port Douglas, Coconut Grove and Seascape Holidays.