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ABOUT


Set in tropical Far North Queensland, the Sugar Wharf Port Douglas is a venue second to none. Built in 1904 by the Douglas Shire Council, the historic, heritage listed building was once used for the mooring of ships and loading of sugar (Hence the name). Flash forward 75 years and the popular white shed was home to well known diver Ben Cropp and his ‘Shipwreck Museum’.

Today, it’s beautiful white washed walls and views stretching over the Coral Sea and Daintree Mountains creates an unforgettable experience for any event, big or small.

With limited restrictions, immerse yourself in the possibilities of the Sugar Wharf Port Douglas. From the wildest ideas to the simplest of settings, our team can accommodate with everything from furniture hire, lighting, catering, florals and transport.