• Douglas story line targets significant coastal impacts
    A TIMELINE detailing historical events and forces that have shaped the Douglas Shire coastline since 1770 has been released b... Read More
  • Rainforest bush food sculpture to be unveiled
    AN INDIGENOUS sculpture that aims to educate young generations about harvesting bush foods in Douglas Shire rainforests will ... Read More
  • Eastern Kuku Yalanji women celebrated
    A STRONG group of Eastern Kuku Yalanji women and the profound impact they have had on Douglas Shire will be recognised durin... Read More
  • 67th Annual Mossman and District Show
    Want to get involved in the 2018 Mossman Show? The Secretary’s Office will be open as of 16th July from 9am until 4pm. Sec... Read More
  • NAIDOC Week 2018 activities
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  • Boost for Ferry Daintree Card holders
    CONCESSIONAL travel on the Daintree Ferry has been extended for another 10 months in a boost for Douglas Shire cardholders. D... Read More
  • Flagstaff Hill Walking Trail from Little Cove re-opened in time for school holidays
    COUNCIL contractors have worked rapidly to reopen another breath-taking section of an iconic tourism trail just in time for s... Read More
  • Music and song a boost for Douglas kids
    DOUGLAS tots will be belting out tunes when an enriching sing-a-long program hits Mossman and Port Douglas next week. Local m... Read More
  • Water notices – Due July 21, 2018.
    Water Notices were issued on the 27 June 2018. Ratepayers have until the close of business 31 July 2018 to pay their accounts... Read More
  • Council guards ratepayers with waste submission
    COUNCIL will lodge a submission to protect Douglas Shire ratepayers from proposed levies in the State Government’s new wast... Read More