• Costa calls on Douglas to ‘Let it Grow’
    POPULAR gardening personality Costa Georgiadis can’t wait to land in the tropics to check out the mix of gardens that Dougl... Read More
  • Interest for Daintree Ferry contract rolling in
    REPUTABLE transport companies and established tourism enterprises are among those who have shown interest in the next Daintre... Read More
  • Mowbray fishing platform hooked in $5.7m project
    DOUGLAS locals have a new reason to refill their tackle boxes with the return of a popular fishing and croc-spotting platform... Read More
  • What are Council crews working on?
    < Works update – March 13 > The grading crew is clearing drains in the Port Douglas area and then moving out to ... Read More
  • Water Notices: Due 9 April 2019
    Water Notices were issued on the 7 March 2019. Ratepayers have until the close of business 9th April 2019 to pay their accoun... Read More
  • Flagstaff Hill Walking Trail partially re-opened
    Council has re-opened the section of the Flagstaff Hill Walking Trail from Four Mile Beach to Island Point Lookout. The ̶... Read More
  • DOUGLAS SHIRE OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Monsoon damage bill expected to reach $15M
    AN estimated $15 million damage bill is expected to be tallied after a wet season soaking that saw monsoonal rainfall and a r... Read More
  • Celebrity gardener to ‘Let it Grow’ for a second time in Douglas
    GREEN thumbs will have a chance to cultivate their love for TV gardening personality Costa Georgiadis when he returns for the... Read More
  • How do you want your rates spent?
    RATEPAYERS have a golden opportunity to tell Douglas Shire Council how they want their rates to be spent for the next five ye... Read More
  • Council moves to attract more special public art
    THE rise of successful public art projects in Douglas Shire has led to a greater focus on encouraging more community-boosting... Read More