Cairns Port Douglas Shuttle - Go direct to Port Douglas from Cairns Airport with no stops. $37.50 per person one way (return fare)
Cairns Port Douglas Shuttle is a booking service to organise your shuttle bus transfer from Cairns Airport to Port Douglas. Direct. No stops at Palm Cove or Cairns Northern Beaches. Fares from just $37.50 per person one way (when booking a return fare)
Cairns Port Douglas Shuttle knows the best deals from the 20 or so shuttle services - we know how to get you, your friends and family safely, quickly and cost effectively to your holiday in Port Douglas no stops all the way up the Captain Cook Highway. Our transfers usually only take 60-65 minutes. From Cairns Airport it's 20-25 minutes through Cairn's Northern Suburbs, and the sugar cane fields around Smithfield and Kuranda Skyrail. Then we spend the next 30 minutes driving along the Captain Cook highway world heritage listed coastal drive.
Beautiful sunrises and sunsets over tropical northen beaches. On this leg of the journey, you know and feel you are at the top of Australia - and can feel your Port Douglas holiday is just around the corner. The last 10 minutes is spent driving past more sugar cane fields into the southern end of Port Douglas - then into Davidson Street and Port Douglas Road, past the larger holiday resorts all the way up to Macrossan Street.
How do we do this? Paul and Visnja arrived in Port Douglas late 2014. After solely working online for 15 years Paul followed his wife's advice and 'got a job' out of the house, and drove shuttles between Port Douglas and Cairns Airport between Christmas 2014 and until May 2015.
That's when we decided to set up our online booking desk with a difference. Instead of stock images and copy and paste promotion we give your real pics and show you pictures we (and our friends) have taken.
During his time as a driver, and now in the industry for over 3 years, Paul has talked to many drivers in the arrivals hall, and watched the different services in action. Paul currently liases with shuttle bus business owners, and understands the different fares, the different routes, and the drivers who are friendly and helpful - and some who are not. Paul has also talked with hundreds of people from around Australia, the UK, Singapore, Europe, the United States, and even a few dairy farmers from New Zealand seeking some Queensland sunshine or a massage in Port Douglas. Paul saw a gap in the market place - a gap to offer a friendly booking service focusing on good quality service, local knowledge and affordability. So that's why Paul stopped driving, jumped back on the computer and here we are - now we've already booked 5000 passenger journeys in our first 3 years of service.