Port Douglas flying Wallabies
WHEN Qantas unveiled its B737 aircraft featuring the Wallabies winger Joe Roff scoring a try, the name of Port Douglas was also featured.
When the B737-800 fleet were first delivered in 2002 they were named after regional towns including Port Douglas, Broome, Tenterfield, Coffs Harbour, Katherine and Mount Hotham.
Port Douglas was the aircraft chosen to support the Wallabies in their upcoming campaign to take on the British and Irish Lions in June and July when they tour Australia.
When visiting the airport do not forget to check and see if the Wallabies plane is around and say hi to Port Douglas.