If you’ve ever wanted to see what Australia looked like when dinosaurs roamed, Cape Tribulation is where you’ll find out.
Cross the Daintree River and enter the Daintree Rainforest, a world untouched by urban development, noise and air pollution. Disconnect from the bustle, breathe in the purity and explore your natural surroundings. Here in Cape Tribulation, this breathtaking coastal region is the very spot where the world’s oldest rainforest collides with the spectacular Great Barrier Reef.
Here in Cape Tribulation, we like to have epic adventures. Swing through the jungle canopy, mountain bike ride through rainforest tracks, explore the rugged terrain by 4WD. Ancient stories whisper through the leaves of Cape Tribulation, just as they have for centuries. Stepping straight on to the beach from the rainforest with the fringing Great Barrier Reef only a toe-dip away is a very special experience bringing you closer to Mother Nature than ever before.
Go on a digital detox in the Daintree National Park and unwind in your Daintree Rainforest accommodation. Cape Tribulation is a place at the end of the sealed roads of civilisation where self-guided trails, guided walks, horse rides or rainforest zip lines can make you believe in the magnificence of paradise.
Check out our listings below for inspo on everything from accommodation options, to things to do and places to eat and drink in Cape Tribulation.
Go off grid and reconnect with nature and each other in Cape Tribulation and the Daintree. Check out our guide on luxury rainforest accommodation and where to eat, play and relax in the World Heritage Listed Daintree.
What would you do if you had time up your sleeve in the oldest rainforest in the world? With over 17,000 hectares of lush rainforest to explore, it’s easy to become overwhelmed in this Wet Tropics wonderland. Cue the to-do list and try these 11 things in the Daintree on for size.
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