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Spend a Sunday at the Port Douglas markets

Posted By Leanne On September 11, 2013

Get your shopping fix at the Port Douglas Sunday markets. Spend a Sunday at the Port Douglas markets

Are you ready to slip away for a weekend of rest, relaxation and fun in Port Douglas? Located in Tropical North Queensland, this popular destination features plenty for the weekend traveller to eat, do or see.

There are a wide range of stunning natural attractions nearby such as the Great Barrier Reef, but if you find yourself with a free Sunday to explore the city, why not head on down to the Port Douglas markets?

Bursting with knick-knacks, arts, crafts and more, the Port Douglas markets are a great place to spend a lazy Sunday morning.


"Bursting with knick-knacks, arts, crafts and more, the Port Douglas markets are a great place to spend a lazy Sunday morning


All about the markets

The Sunday markets in Port Douglas are held at Anzac Park from 8am to around 1pm, within close distance of some of Mantra's hotels in Port Douglas such as Mantra on the Inlet.

Anzac Park itself is in a great location overlooking the Coral Sea, so even if you don't manage to come home with anything you'll have a great view to look at while you browse the stalls.

At the Port Douglas markets, you'll find an eclectic and interesting mix of local arts and crafts, souvenirs and even fresh produce to snack on if you find yourself getting peckish.

If you're guilty of doing a bit of last-minute souvenir shopping, the Port Douglas markets are a great place to look at as they offer many interesting and unique items from local artists - the perfect reminder of your weekend getaway.

It's also an ideal place to pick up a few inexpensive gifts for your friends, so you might want to keep your eyes peeled as you shop around for yourself!

With jewellery, pottery, glassware, books, homemade foods and fresh fruit and vegetables all on display, you're sure to find that 'must-have' at the Port Douglas Sunday markets.


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