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Holidays are the time to shake off the shackles of the daily grind, switch off and unwind. As any good holiday-maker knows, relaxation is a sport for which there are many codes – there’s the Get-Me-To-A-Spa crowd, the Champagne-At-Sunset-On-A-Yacht types, and of course the Take-My-Money-I’ll-Have-It-Gift-wrapped-Thanks tribe. Port Douglas is a quintessential seaside village, an ideal haven for switching off and forgetting the constraints of metropolitan life, and most certainly a spot where good ol’ fashioned retail therapy is not forgotten.

In the few hundred metres along the main street, you can discover a shopping utopia with everything from recognised brands, chic resort wear, on trend Australian and European labels, exquisite handcrafted jewellery and the mother of all wide brimmed sun hats (to go with those high-waisted retro bikinis) – this is tropical lifestyle living at it’s very best. Retail therapy in Port Douglas offers something for everyone, whatever your budget and style. Your credit card can thank us later (or not…).



Ever wanted to take those tropical vibes, pack them up and move them home? Well, now you can. Island Point Interiors is a long-standing interior design business with a retail arm so you can take the tropics with you. Palm tree cushions? Yep. Handmade rattan placemats? Easy. Luxe Moroccan throws? Hand over your delivery address and it’ll be there when you get home.

You can’t possibly leave Port Douglas without popping into With Sugar, a gift shop so full to brimming with kitschy delights you’ll be hard pressed deciding what’s a gift and what’s a treat (for yourself). From locally made beeswax candles, eco water bottles and coffee cups through to baby gifts, palm tree-motif homewares, cheeky greeting cards and board games, there’s too much fun for one afternoon in here.

Also check out Floral Edge, Aloha Lucy and Ahoy Trader for a cornucopia of boho, tropical gifts.



Shopping your first love, but the wardrobe is full? Never fear, Port Douglas homeware shopping is here… Portobella located on Macrossan Street is inspired by and designed for tropical living. With more than 20 years of design in the tropics, Portobella understands the nuances of living and styling your home like you’re permanently on holiday.

Speaking of holidays, little says ‘I just went on holiday to the tropics’ louder than a bold tropical print. Port Douglas Interiors is run by well-known interior designer Kaye Marsh, and features a wide selection of bed and table runners, cushions and throws using brightly coloured outdoor fabrics perfect for your alfresco area. Hello Sailor Décor is their retail arm at the Port Douglas Sunday Markets, which also includes soy wax hand poured candles (Four Mile theme) and ocean inspired jewellery.



Gypsy of Eden is dangerous. Dangerous for anyone who hides their credit card in the freezer (yes, you…) telling themselves it can only be used in emergencies. With its primary location at the Sunday Markets and its stunning curation of batik kimonos, boho dresses, sarongs and tropical, floaty pants, Gypsy of Eden is simply perfect for wandering souls and gypsy hearts.

Love the boho style? Livie Rose is a jewellery designer with a seamstress’s heart. Designing unique jewellery from upcycled linen or silk, Livie Rose makes an eco-friendly and environmentally conscious fashion statement. All made with love in her home studio in Port Douglas, you can find her at Port Douglas Sunday Markets.

Rocks more your thing? Freshwater pearls, precious stones, stone carvings, natural stone bead strands, Tahitian pearls and more - Wicked Willies is the perfect place to pick up a gift for your loved ones. Having been part of the Port Douglas shopping landscape for more than 20 years, this is a jewellery store that embodies tropical luxe.

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Fellini Jewellery, located in the foyer of the Sheraton Grand Mirage, features some beautiful bronze sculptures of Australian wildlife to take home but is famous for timeless one-off pieces using only the finest quality opals, pink diamonds and precious gems. Surprise your partner or treat yourself.

And for something truly unique, Moonglow Jewellery offers great gift idea for adults and for kids. Moonglow have moon phase jewellery which is custom made to the special moment of your choice. Find your unique celestial moon on the day you were born, the day your little one was born or the day you and your lover had the moons align.



Some people will base an entire holiday around a shopping experience. Port Douglas is made for these people! If you are looking for a great Australian made and International clothing, Jungle Road offers a great range to choose from. The store stocks high quality, casual, classy merchandise with an emphasis on natural fibres including cotton, bamboo, hemp, modal, silk and linen.

Di Perry started designing, sewing and hand painting fashion garments more than 30 years ago. Under her label Tzusk, Di is renowned for her clever use of timeless designs in natural fabrics. These stunning tropical garments are a balance of elegance, comfortable styling and contemporary artwork.

Port Douglas is well known for it’s love of high-end tropical resort wear. As well as stunning day and formal wear from both Australian and European labels, Ginni Boutique offers an exclusive personal styling service.

Let’s not forget the boys. Captain & Crew has the latest in high end overseas labels and urban fashion wear. Whether he’s looking for a new shirt to hit the beach or an outfit for a day cruise with friends, Captain & Crew, quite literally, has him covered.


The beach is more than just bikinis and a throw! The Eye Boutique stocks an exclusive collection of swimwear and elegant resort wear with labels such as Lulubelle, Aqua Blu and Talulah. Tshinta is the long-standing swimwear boutique run by a beach-loving mother and daughter duo supporting the dream of an endless summer, stocking labels such as Auguste, Love Stories and Swim Club. It wouldn’t be a beach-centric town without some Seafolly love! If there was a perfect match between swimwear label and destination, Seafolly and Port Douglas would surely be it! Fashion, form and fit. What more could you ask for?


Are you a more serious retail shopper, preferring long-term art over the short-term memories of souvenirs? Step inside one of the many local art and photography galleries along Macrossan Street and feast your eyes. Ngarru Art Gallery showcases one of Australia’s finest collections of high-end indigenous art. The gallery also mentors and promotes a number of aspiring up and coming artists and has provided high quality artworks by Australian Aboriginal artists to private collectors, companies and national institutions. There are also all-ages painting and art workshops with visiting artists in residence.

If fine art photography is more your style, Perrin Clarke is one of the region’s most respected landscape photographic artists. You’ll see many of his extraordinary works in shops and restaurants in Port Douglas, and now he’s yours to take home too. The Macrossan Street gallery showcases a wide range of print styles from traditional, canvas, acrylic wall mounts and blocks, suitable for all price ranges.

We also recommend Peter Lik Photography and the Mossman Gorge Centre to get your fix of locally inspired art.


It’s not all about the fashion (although that never hurt anyone on holiday). Port Village Shopping Centre in the centre of town is the go-to spot for everything in between. Wide-brimmed hats, sunglasses and sunscreen? Live Life Pharmacy has you covered. Poolside BBQ staples and a sweet treat for afterwards? Malone’s Butchery and The Hungry Hummingbird will fill your tummy and soul. Impromptu poolside cheese platter in the lazy afternoon? Coles and The Central Bottleshop will make sure no stone of your holiday indulgence is left unturned.

Keys? Phone? Wallet? When leaving the house for holiday, remember that everything else can be found in Port Douglas.