The Daintree Rainforest is one of the most popular natural attractions in Australia. Boasting an incredible landscape made up of lush rainforest, ancient walkways, and vibrant wildlife, it is the ideal place for visitors to explore some of the country’s natural wonders.
And what better way to really get to know this spectacular piece of Australia than by sleeping on the beachfront right by the sea. Cape Tribulation sprawls out from the Daintree Rainforest, connecting it up to the pristine waters of the ocean and offering a little slice of heaven outside of the forest.
It is near Cape Tribulation Beach that you can find the Cape Trib Beach House, which is tucked away amongst the folds of greenery in the Daintree Rainforest, just metres from the shoreline.
Surrounded by jungle scenery, the secluded location is perfect for immersing yourself in the area’s nature, while the peace and quiet of the area lends itself to a relaxing break. There are plenty of things to do in the surrounding scenery, too, from hikes through the fascinating undergrowth, swimming in the turquoise waters, and relaxing on the sprawling sands.
With a collection of rooms ranging from dorms to private cabins, Cape Trib Beach House offers accommodation for everyone, whether you’re looking to make friends and have a good time, or revel in the serene atmosphere of the Daintree Rainforest.
As the only accommodation on the beachfront of Cape Tribulation, the Beach House allows you to experience the wonder of the Daintree Rainforest, which is a World Heritage listed site, as well as the calm waters of the ocean – the best of both worlds.
And, when you’re finished exploring for the day, you can hole up in the Beach House’s restaurant, which boasts a menu of fresh, local ingredients to further immerse you in the surroundings. Here, you can tuck into a quick lunch, a casual dinner, or simply grab some drinks and watch the sunset.
Facilities at Cape Trib Beach House
As well as beautiful scenery in the heart of the Daintree Rainforest, the Cape Trib Beach House offers guests a range of facilities. The open-air Tides Restaurant and Bar is a firm favourite with visitors, and there’s a large, saltwater swimming pool to kick back and relax in.
For sun-seekers, there’s a pretty sunbathing deck, as well as an outdoor dining area where you can eat amongst nature. In addition, there’s a communal guest kitchen if you fancy cooking up a storm, guest laundry services, kayak hire, and the opportunity to get a relaxing massage on the nearby beach.