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Cape Trib Camping - beachfront camping in the World Heritage Rainforest. Powered and Unpowered sites catering for campervans, tents, motorhomes, camper-trailers and caravans. Reception open 7 days offering tour booking service for all local tours in the Daintree region, maps, books...
A great place to camp which was right on the beach with green lush grass at campsites. There was an on-site bar that also made pizzas and served coffee. A central iPad was provided which was handy to access google and there was a good...More
Great location right on the beach (our site was a 10m from the sand). Excellent kitchen facilities and showers. We picked up a couple of souvenirs as well which are lovely. Would definitely stay again.
We absolutely loved this site. The area is so beautiful, and you can literally just step out onto the beach. Jackie was so friendly and helpful - even helping to book tours for us.
A must do if you're in the area!
Great amenities, not the cheapest, but everything is extremely well organised. Very nice beach side exclusive to the camp grounds. Do mind though: as you're in Cape trib, cell phone coverage is nowhere to be found and WiFi is very expensive.
Stopped here on the way back home. What a great location. Friendly staff. Very clean park. Close to beach for the kids. Woodfire pizzas available. Very relaxing. Will be taking the grandkids back for holiday.
Response from David1975zzz | Reviewed this property |
I stayed at an unpowered site. The grounds are grassy, and no soft sand, so I think you will be fine. The camp kitchen and toilets/showers are not elevated, so again, you will be fine. Getting to the beach however, has soft... More
I stayed at an unpowered site. The grounds are grassy, and no soft sand, so I think you will be fine. The camp kitchen and toilets/showers are not elevated, so again, you will be fine. Getting to the beach however, has soft sand walking tracks, which would make them unusable. I hope this helps