STARS AND SEA TEMPLE SHINE BRIGHT IN TROPICAL NORTH QUEENSLAND
Resort occupancies and investor demand are at record highs in the tropical North Queensland town of Port Douglas – the home of the Hollywood star.
As well as playing host to Hollywood stars such as Kate Hudson, Matthew McConaughey, Donald Sutherland and former US President Bill Clinton (twice), Port Douglas is also home to a stunning new tropical resort standard at the Sea Temple Resort & Spa Port Douglas.
The latest project from leading Queensland resort developer Juniper, Sea Temple Port Douglas features 136 luxury apartments and villas set on absolute beachfront at the end of Four Mile Beach.
The five-star resort features a restaurant, bar, gym, health spa, function and conference rooms and exclusive walking tracks, all located directly opposite the Sea Temple Golf & Country Club, a world-class 18-hole layout.
David Kortlang, Juniper marketing manager, said Sea Temple Port Douglas has enjoyed exceptional demand for bookings since opening in May last year.
"Bookings have been very strong from day one and the resort is producing excellent returns for owners," he said.
"It's rare for a new resort to perform as well as the Sea Temple Resort & Spa Port Douglas. The resort has enjoyed full occupancy on many occasions and the response from the market is testament to the excellent quality, features and prime location of the resort."
Mr Kortlang said Port Douglas was enjoying ever-growing national and international popularity, highlighted by the regular stays of Hollywood stars.
"Port Douglas is the place to stay and the place to play in Queensland," he said.
"It is the new Noosa and arguably the most popular tropical Queensland resort town'
"As the prestige holiday destination of choice, its reputation continues to grow and attract national and international visitors looking for the ultimate luxury tropical experience."
The success of Sea Temple Resort & Spa Port Douglas has built on Juniper's successful opening of its first Sea Temple resort at Palm Cove.
"The Sea Temple brand is building a fantastic reputation in the market as the premier destination in tropical North Queensland," Mr Kortlang said.