Australian actor and festival ambassador, Stephen Curry, claims Port Shorts is “Australia’s newest and shiniest short film festival.”
Held in the glamourous yet laidback tourist town of Port Douglas, Port Shorts aims to encourage budding filmmakers.
With the event culminating in a night watching some of the most accomplished short films from around the world under the stars.
If you’re a short film maker, consider entering. With prizes up for grabs, including mentoring by industry professionals, it’s worth a shot.
Categories include: best music video, films under four minutes, and films under 10 minutes.
This event is best for couples, backpackers and anyone with a keen interest in culture and films.
Locals call it the Green Season and this is the best time of the year to travel to Tropical North Queensland. During this time the Rainforest comes to life, it is also the time to witness Coral Spawning on the Great Barrier Reef.
Every Sunday, on the waterfront at Market Park, you’ll find 150 stalls selling local produce, tasty delights, arts and crafts, fashion, and more.
Open Friday to Sunday, this bustling market of over 180 stalls sells everything, from the freshest fruits and vegetables to multicultural fare. A favourite among locals and tourists.