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Thala Beach Nature Reserve

A deluxe beachfront eco retreat set on 145 Acres of private nature reserve, Thala is located near Port Douglas in North Queensland. Spacious eco-designed bungalows come with ocean, mountain or forest views. Sitting atop a headland with panoramic views, Thala is well placed for visiting World Heritage icons - the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Wet Tropics Rainforest.

Thala Beach Nature Reserve

Australia > Queensland > Port Douglas 

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Rates : From $343
Style : Hotel
Location :

LOT 2 Captain Cook Hwy, Oak Beach QLD 4877, Australia

Thala Beach Nature Reserve is a Top Hotel

Thala Beach Nature Reserve is a deluxe family owned eco retreat in Tropical North Queensland between Cairns and Port Douglas. Overlooking the Coral Sea, Thala’s 83 eco-designed bungalows are set amongst 145 acres of lush beachfront forest.

Positioned atop a headland overlooking the Coral Sea, Thala is all about unwinding and relaxing. Thala provides an island-feel experience without leaving the mainland. Thala is positioned within easy reach of two UNESCO World Heritage sites – the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Wet Tropics rainforest with tour and cruise operators picking up and dropping off at reception.

Thala has proudly achieved Advanced eco-certification and our deluxe timber eco-designed bungalows are built high on stilts enjoying ocean, mountain or forest views. Complimentary onsite walking tours are conducted by knowledgeable guides or explore independently via Thala’s network of forest trails. Guests dine among the birds while enjoying modern Australian cuisine with friendly service at Osprey’s Restaurant all overlooking the Coral Sea and World Heritage coastal forests.

Magical moments are created at Thala Beach Nature Reserve. A feeling of unspoiled wilderness sets the ambiance; yet it’s only 15 minutes into the centre of Port Douglas. A special combination of nature, beauty, wilderness and seclusion awaits you.

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