Sugar Wharf
Port Douglas is a town in the state of Queensland in northeastern Australia, located on the coastline 40 miles north of Cairns. The Great Barrier Reef is located close to the shoreline, and the Daintree National Forest also borders the town.

It was established in 1877 as a gold mining town, and grew rapidly in size to one of the largest towns in the region. However, a disastrous hurricane in 1911 wiped out all but 2 of the settlement's buildings, and population never recovered. Today, there are approximately 3,200 inhabitants.

Port Douglas is now known for its beaches, surrounding forests, tropical allure, shopping, and resorts.

People Born in Port Douglas

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Port Douglas in People's Lives

Isabel Lucas: While visiting here in 2002, at the age of 17, I was discovered, and appraoched by a talent agent while sitting underneath a mango tree in this town's market. She asked if I would be interested in modeling, which did not hold much allure for me. She then suggested acting, and I agreed to take acting classes and go to an agency. It was the beginning of a successful acting career.

Jared Leto: I traveled here in 1997 to film scenes of the movie The Thin Red Line

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