Things to do in the Daintree Rainforest


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    Bubballz Soccer

    Bubble Soccer ‘Bubballz’ has arrived in Cairns. The latest craze in Europe has hit The Far North Tropics! Bubballz is at it’s absolute best in a group booking (hiring a minimum of 8 Bubballz for one hour). When it comes to entertainment in Cairns, Bubballz is perfect fun for birthday celebrations, bucks and hen’s outings, Read More

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    Bloomfield Falls

    Looking for a great waterfall in the Cape Tribulation region? If you have a 4WD we highly recommend you stop by the indigenous community of Wujal Wujal and visit the Bloomfield Falls, a sacred site of the local Kuku Yalanji clan. Cascading over 40 metres from the hills above, Bloomfield Falls offer visitors spectacular photo Read More

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    Emmagen Creek

    For those that are feeling a little adventurous, Emmagen Creek near Cape Tribulation is certainly worth a visit. With numerous swimming holes ranging from deep pools to shallow trickling water, Emmagen Creek is a swimming location that is popular with tourists and locals alike. Located 7km north of Cape Tribulation, Emmagen Creek is the first Read More

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    Hutchinson Creek

    Looking for a freshwater swimming hole in the Daintree? Hutchinson Creek offers safe swimming and is easily accessible with a gentle flow of water (most of the year). It provides an excellent opportunity to cool off and refresh while travelling through the region. Hutchinson Creek is accessible from Cape Tribulation Road. Park beside the main Read More

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    Mason's Waterhole

    One of the most popular swimming holes in Cape Tribulation is accessible from Mason’s Store and Café, on Myall Creek. Mason’s Waterhole is the nearest swimming hole to Cape Tribulation’s accommodation and has a popular rope swing. It is also one of the best spots to see a variety of fish and turtles. Mason’s waterhole Read More

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    Pinnacle Village Holiday Park

    Not all accommodation in Cairns is resorts and hotels. In fact, you can find some real gems around the region that are not only fun for the whole family but also very affordable for those looking for places to stay in Cairns on a budget. Located just over an hours drive north of Cairns (near Read More

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    Daintree Crocodylus Resort

    Immerse yourself in the rainforest and feel the jungle vibes up close and personal. If you want to get in touch with nature in the raw and are not after manicured grass and air conditioners then Daintree Crocodylus Resort is your answer. Nestled in the depths of the oldest rainforest in the world, a stay Read More

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    Big Barramundi Garden

    When you’re heading up to Cape Tribulation or the Daintree Rainforest there are plenty of little stops along the way that are worthy of a visit and the Big Barramundi is certainly one to check out. Located in the Daintree Village, the Big Barramundi is an al fresco style diner serving some seriously delicious meals Read More

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    Cape Tribulation

    Whether you are backpacking around Far North Queensland, looking for romantic things to do in or around Cairns or looking for activities for kids, a visit to Cape Tribulation and the Daintree rainforest should definitely be on the to-do list. Cape Tribulation became a tourist destination in the mid-1980s when the first backpacker hostels were Read More

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    Daintree River Cruise Centre

    When it comes to exploring around Cairns and Far North Queensland the Daintree is often high on the agenda, yet many visitors don’t know that there are a range of ways to explore the Daintree. One of the best ways is by boat. Located smack bang on the Daintree River, Daintree River Cruise Centre provided Read More