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Wedding on the beach. We stayed at Cape Trib Beach House for my daughters wedding, my 60th and grandsons 10th birthday. All the staff were fabulous and so helpful. They helped us make the wedding fabulous. The resident chef did a great job. Assisted us...More
The Daintree is only accessible by ferry do visitor numbers tend to be limited.
It’s a beautiful part of the world - lush, green, mountainous and with countless walking trails and pristine white sandy beaches.
Loads of wildlife - it’s not safe to swim in...More
Surely one of the last easily accessible tropical rainforest drives in the world.
You don't need any fancy 4WD drive vehicle, any standard car will be suitable, all roads are bitumen.
Drive starts with a ferry across the Daintree River (A$16 return) then you drive...More
With more biodiversity in one hectare than most countries have in total, it is no wonder that the Daintree is a UNESCO World Heritage site. My one bit of advice is to make sure to not only view it from the edge of the road....More
We took the 9am ferry and self drove straight up to Cape Tribuation - and then worked our way back avoiding others arriving. Enjoyed Cape Trib beach walk and lookout, Dubujji boardwalk, Marrdja boardwalk, picnic lunch on Thornton beach, Jindalba 3km boardwalk (cassowary sighted), then...More
Our only let down was the BAT house which had closed down but still on tripadvisor, but apart from that there was so much to do, we took in the crocs on the river boat cruise and Daintree discovery centre. we stay in Port Douglas...More
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We drove up to daintree from port Douglas. We drove first to jungle surfing (highly recommend doing this in the morning as it does get sticky as it gets warmer) and checked out myall beach after then went a bit further up to... More
We drove up to daintree from port Douglas. We drove first to jungle surfing (highly recommend doing this in the morning as it does get sticky as it gets warmer) and checked out myall beach after then went a bit further up to cape tribulation (stunning!!) before heading back down stopping at Noah beach, marrdja boardwalk, Thornton beach and cow bay. There’s a nice river you can swim at behind masons cafe too. We didn’t plan our drive home just stopped where we wanted to but each beach is so different from the last despite being so close so I’d recommend checking them out. Do take insect repellant if doing jungle walks and mangroves.