Port Douglas Court House Museum, Port Douglas

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Port Douglas Court House Museum is a heritage-listed former courthouse and now museum at 25 Wharf Street, Port Douglas, Shire of Douglas, Queensland, Australia. It was designed by the Queensland Colonial Architect's Office and built from 1879 by Thomas Watson. It was formerly known as Port Douglas Court House. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 21 October 1992. The museum is operated by the Port Douglas Historical Society.
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  • It's only small and run by volunteers who are really passionate about the building's history. I enjoyed the short video and having a look through it. Definitely worth giving 30 minutes to have a...  more »
  • A nice old house where the court house used to be in Port Douglas Right next to a picnic park and not to far a way from the old lighthouse, it’s a great way to see the old Port Douglas  more »

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