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Cape Tribulation Beach House - Cape Tribulation Hotels

Cape Tribulation Beach House

152 Rykers Road, Cape Tribulation - Map
Very relaxing, all staff were very helpful and meals were great.
A Traveller
PKs Jungle Village - Cape Tribulation Hotels

PKs Jungle Village

Cape Tribulation Road (PMB 7), Cape Tribulation - Map
"Potentially a great place in a beautiful location"
We enjoyed our stay in such a beautiful part of the world. The room was large and comfortable. The hotel facilities for cooking are poor though and not really clean. The shared bathrooms could use a good clean too. Staff was generally friendly but maybe a tad more interested in traveling then working. The restaurant and bar area is good though.
Traveller from perth
Ferntree Rainforest Lodge - Cape Tribulation Hotels

Ferntree Rainforest Lodge

36 Camelot Close, Cape Tribulation - Map
"Lovely location, great friendly staff"
We stayed 4nights in Garden Loft Room. Lovely location, fantastic restaurant ( the best meals had all holiday), rooms could do with a little fix up. Our main ceiling fan rattled and the toilet was leaking. All in all we had a great stay with the beach within walking distance and pretty central to Cape Trib and Masons swimming hole. We will stay again.
Traveller from perth Australia
145 km north of Cairns, this environment-friendly single-storey hotel is in a lush rainforest on Australia’s northeast …More
Cape Tribulation Resort & Spa - Cape Tribulation Hotels

Cape Tribulation Resort & Spa

Cape Tribulation Road - 4870, Cape Tribulation - Map
Rainforest Hideaway - Cape Tribulation Hotels

Rainforest Hideaway

19 Camelot Close, Cape Tribulation - Map
"Unique B & B in middle of rainforest!"
Absolutely perfect! This was our favourite place to stay on our trip to Cape Tribulation. Our room was clean, the bed was so comfortable, and we fell asleep to the sounds of the rainforest every night. Our breakfast was served on a deck that was open to the rainforest, and all the furniture was made by our host Rob - including our bed! It was a privledge to be able to stay there, would recommend Rainforest Hideaway to anyone wanting to experience living in the rainforest.
Traveller from Australind W.A.
Cape Trib Farmstay - Cape Tribulation Hotels

Cape Trib Farmstay

3939 Cape Tribulation Road, Cape Tribulation - Map
"Wonderful location for families, great staff."
Dawn and the rest of her family couldn't have been more friendly and helpful. Even the pets were lovely. It's a beautiful location among fruit orchards and forrest; not far from Cape Tribulation, the beach and other attractions. There are only 5 cabins and they're a reasonable distance apart (20 metres or more I'd guess). Because electricity is primarily solar generated there's no fridge in the cabins, but space is provided in 2 large fridges in the communal kitchen. The kitchen and attached lounge/dining kitchen is located in the old homestead and gives a wonderful view of what life liked to be for residents in Far North Queensland. The views from it into the thick surrounding rainforest are lovely as well. All the exotic tropical fruit provided for breakfast was gorgeous. The cabins themselves have electricity, power points, hot running water, air conditioning (we didn't need it in August) and are very well cleaned. Lucy the Kelpie/ Border Collie dog was a standout for my 2 year old. All the pets though are very evenly tempered and obviously used to dealing with boistrous youngsters. If you're of a technology dependent bent keep in mind that mobile phone reception doesn;t seem to have penetrated as far as Cape Trib, at least not with Telstra or Optus. Which means you probably won't be accessing the internet. On the plus side, no work emails!
Traveller from Melbourne

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    Pocket Guide: Cape Tribulation

    Australia’s Cape Tribulation is nestled in the Daintree Rainforest and surrounded by nature at its very best. The rainforest has World Heritage status, and is next to the stunning, world-famous Great Barrier Reef. Visitors can enjoy nature on dry land and in the ocean deep, with a wide selection of Cape Tribulation accommodation to suit all tastes.

    Needless to say, natural activities feature highly on the list of things to do in and around Cape Tribulation. You can go on a journey of discovery through the magnificent rainforest, and enjoy hiking, horse riding, and jeep rides. The rivers offer fabulous cruising opportunities, where you can try and spot fearsome crocodiles as well as a colourful assortment of bird life and rare plants. Cape Tribulation’s gorgeous and quiet beaches are perfect for some rest and relaxation with a cooling dip in the sea, and you can go snorkeling and diving at one of the world’s premier underwater attractions – the Great Barrier Reef.

    You can enjoy some kayaking around Cape Tribulation, paddle in pretty creeks, hike the towering Mount Sorrow for some excellent views, and explore the mangrove swamps. A popular walking trail is along the Dubuij Boardwalk, so don’t skip that one either. Night lends itself to even more fabulous walking opportunities, where you can really get a different view of the rainforest and its nocturnal inhabitants.

    There is access to Cape Tribulation at all times of the year and no matter what the weather is like. While there are tours available, many people opt to mainly travel around using their own car. The area attracts smaller numbers of people, and is therefore really rather refreshing! There is a great selection of local restaurants and cafes, all serving up a tempting selection of tasty fare. Our Cape Tribulation hotels suit all budgets, with rainforest eco retreats, plush resorts, and basic lodgings all on offer, so check them out below for the perfect stay in this beautiful corner of Queensland.

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