• Secluded Pristine Beach

    Located just metres from a secluded and pristine beach location you are sure to enjoy the quiet and calm isolated beach whilst soaking the sun and enjoying a relaxing swim (seasonal).

  • Beach Fire

    We run a free nightly bonfire session at 9pm, weather permitting. Gather around, relax and share stories. Bring marshmallows!

  • Amazing Food & Great Wine Selection

    Our menu highlights the finest local ingredients, stop by for a quick lunch, casual dinner or cocktails at the bar.

  • Choose your own adventure!

    Whether it be by land foot or air, there is a Daintree Rainforest Tour to suit all ages.

  • Cosy Bungalow or Dorm Style Accomodation

    Located only 20m from the beach, we cater for groups of all sizes in our bungalows or dorm style accommodation. Nestled in the beauty of the Daintree Rainforest .

  • Beach Side Restaurant

    Tides Restaurant is located on the beach offering easy going and delicious dining in a relaxed setting. Great selection of wines and cocktails.

Welcome to Cape Trib Beach House

Disconnect from the world and reconnect with your family, friends and your soul at Cape Trib Beach House. Located on seven acres, where the Daintree Rainforest meets the Great Barrier Reef – the only place on earth where two world heritage sites meet – this rustic yet funky retreat is the ideal place to escape and enjoy some downtime.

Experience the peace and quiet of the picturesque private beach frontage (voted as one of the Lonely Planet’s top 100 beaches in the world), discover the abundance of plant and wildlife while exploring the 110-million-year old rainforest, have a drink at the bar, take a dip in the saltwater pool, or unwind with relaxing massage. Most nights conclude with a bonfire on the beach where stories are shared, marshmallows are toasted and guests become friends.

Get to know fellow travellers in our budget rainforest dorms, or enjoy the privacy of a deluxe beachfront bungalow. You won’t even notice that there is only one TV and limited phone and internet coverage. The relaxing vibe and inviting natural environment will have you enjoying some time just ‘being’ – being with family and friends, being with the environment and being at one with yourself.

Beach House News

  • Power to the Daintree Rainforest
    20 April 2017
    Nothing polarises the Daintree Rainforest community more than the issue of power connection. Why? In brief, we survive on limited renewable energy and diesel generators. This has been the status quo since the first settlers arrived in the late 19th...
  • Another Daintree Rainforest Conspiracy?
    12 April 2017
    This post was contributed by Mike D’Arcy of Daintree 4WD Tours   Who really named Mount Sorrow in the Daintree Rainforest? It was most definitely not Lt James Cook during his famous 1770 mapping of the east coast of Australia. Finding this out...

  • Ocean Safari
  • Daintree Rainforest Tours - Cape Tribulation Horse Rides
  • Jungle Surfing and Night Walks
  • D’Arcy of the Daintree 4WD Tours
  • Cape Tribulation Beach House Nightwalk
  • Ocean Safari

    Catch a glimpse of the colourful sea life, swim with turtles in an unforgettable snorkelling experience.

  • Cape Tribulation Horse Rides

    Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the beach and rainforest as you meander your way through the Daintree and Cape Tribulation region by horseback.

  • Jungle Surfing and Night Walks

    Jungle Surfing Canopy Tours take you into the beating heart of the Daintree Rainforest on a guided ziplining experience through six tree platforms and the world’s first Human Hamster Wheel.

  • D’Arcy of the Daintree 4WD Tours

    Don’t miss the splendid flora and fauna on a 4×4 ride. Tour from Cape Tribulation up the Bloomfield Track to Wujal Wujal Falls, Cooktown and around the Daintree coast.

  • Guided Night Walks

    When the sun sets in the oldest living rainforest in the world everything comes to life, take a guided night walk through the majestic rainforest and discover all types of wildlife, trees and plants while you soak in the atmosphere.

Where the Reef meets the Rainforest