St Crispins Cafe
St Crispins Cafe is located along the iconic Bally Hooley railway system. Established in the late 1800’s, the railway was used to transport sugar cane from the Mossman Sugar Mill, down to the Port Douglas Sugar Wharf. Due to its role in the industrial boom for the Far North, St. Crispins has secured its place in the Douglas Shire history books.Boasting breathtaking views over the Daintree Ranges, the venue is complemented with shading from mature, native flora and fauna, all reflected by a calm lagoon. Did we mention we also have our own crocodile?
St Crispins Cafe Function Rooms
The Main Deck with Breath-taking Views
The main deck stretches along the length of the building, absorbing the view of the gorgeous vista. As the deck is north facing, it happens to be the best seat in the house to capture the breath-taking Queensland sunset. Just a nice bonus w...
Exclusive Amazing Venue with Breath-taking Views
Utilising all spaces St. Crispins has to offer: The Main Deck, The Pergola and The Lagoon Pavilion. Ir offers a private, tropical dining experience set amongst stunning plants and vines. Sit back and enjoy that stunning view taking in the D...