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Where one day is never enough…

The Cape Trib Beach House Retreat is a unique and stunning seven acre getaway nestled within the 110 million-year-old Daintree Rainforest and situated right on the beach front. Our distinctive retreat offers a variety of accommodation options, all designed to highlight the character of Cape Tribulation.

Situated only 140 kilometres north of Cairns, this secluded and natural rainforest retreat provides everything you need to relax. We offer guests a truly wild, unique, and private tropical holiday experience.

We invite you to take a break from your every day and experience the acres of rainforest wildlife and miles of deserted beach. You can do as much or as little as you like on your special getaway. Our beach front location is the perfect place to relax and unwind in stylish comfort. Nowhere else on earth do two World Heritage listed sites join, and with such breathtaking beauty!

Laze around under leafy palms by our salt water swimming pool which is surrounded by a generous wooden deck for sunbathing. While you are soaking up the nature, you can sample our delicious cuisine and refreshments offered in our open-air Tides Restaurant & Bar.

Cape Tribulation Beach House
Cape Tribulation Beach House

Cape Trib Beach House Retreat is famous for its excellent food. Many locals frequent our Restaurant to dine at one of the best restaurants in the Cape Tribulation area. Alternatively, you can choose to “do it yourself” in our communal guest kitchen.

For the romantics, make sure you stroll along our private moonlit beach in the evening and revel in the breathtaking ambiance of one of the oldest rainforests in the world. As the star-spangled night sky enfolds you, indulge in a cool tropical cocktail, ice-cold beer, or classic Australian wine from our beach front bar.

We invite you to take a break and experience the best of Cape Tribulation accommodation. We look forward to meeting you here, where one day is never enough!

Where the Reef meets the Rainforest