Cafe on top with new roof

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - NEWS -

AUS­TRALIA’S lead­ing wildlife ex­pe­ri­ence, Wildlife Habi­tat in Port Dou­glas, has had a facelift in the form of a brand new roof on their Curlew Café.

The CaPTA group in­vested ap­prox­i­mately $160,000 on the project, and used a lo­cal Port Dou­glas busi­ness, RAM Me­tal­works to de­sign and con­struct it.

World fa­mous for Break­fast with the Birds and Lunch with the Lori­keets, the Curlew Café re­opened on the 30th of June, just in time for school hol­i­days and peak sea­son.

CaPTA project man­ager, Michael Wood­ward said: “This sub­stan­tial in­vest­ment shows our com­mit­ment to up­grade the qual­ity ex­pe­ri­ence for tourists and lo­cals.”

The Curlew Café can now cater to even larger groups and events and is ef­fec­tively shel­tered from the el­e­ments.

The re­fur­bish­ment has been ac­com­pa­nied by a new lunch menu, while the break­fast will re­main the much-loved buf­fet.

Wildlife Habi­tat re­fur­bish­ments will con­tinue over the next year to en­sure the at­trac­tion stays at the fore­front of what tourists and lo­cals de­sire in a wildlife im­mer­sion ex­pe­ri­ence.

Michael Wood­ward.

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