This two bedroom, one bathroom unit in Reef Club is situated at the quiet end of the complex overlooking Garrick Street in Port Douglas.
This unit gets a sea breeze as the balcony is facing east and with the resort pool this could be a perfect place to get away from the city rush.
Just a minute's walk from Four Mile Beach and an easy ten minute stroll from the main street in Port Douglas and the array of boutiques, cafes, bars and restaurants.
This 58sqm self-contained apartment has a rustic Mediterranean feel. Featuring terracotta floors, timber louvers and earthy tones, which keep the unit cool and reflecting the tropical style of Port Douglas.
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