The Daintree is the perfect kid-friendly holiday destination!

For many, the Daintree Rainforest conjures up an image of adventure in a remote wilderness teeming with unique wildlife. Which is why it is the perfect destination for your next family holiday. Sandwiched between two world heritage sites, Cape Tribulation allows you to explore the Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef National Park too.

If you haven’t yet decided that Tropical North Queensland is where you will bring the kids next school holidays then let us give you a few more reasons to come north:

The Magic of the Natural World

Without a doubt, Cape Tribulation’s strongest drawcard is the nature. There is an abundance of pristine beaches to run along; rainforest walks to journey on and crocodile free freshwater creeks to swim in. Imagine how mesmerising it will be for your children to spot a cassowary in the wild? The Daintree Rainforest is truly a place where memories are made.


Once you cross the Daintree River phone reception cuts out and you are disconnected from the outside world and technology. How rare is it in these modern times that you are truly offered this opportunity? With no outside distractions, you can reconnect as a family and be present in the moment as you explore the oldest rainforest on earth.

Fun Organised Tours

If the thought of wrangling the kids all holiday sounds exhausting don’t worry. There are also plenty of tours that you can jump onto that take the stress out of organising activities. Experience the Great Barrier Reef National Park on a half-day tour with Ocean Safari. Take your love of the rainforest to new heights with by zip-lining through the canopy with Jungle Surfing. Or, join one of Cape Trib Horse Rides beach horse rides or rainforest ATV eco walk tours.

If the inspiration to book a family holiday to the Daintree has struck, then Cape Trib Beach House is the perfect spot set up base. We offer two family cabins, sleeping up to four or six, as well as an onsite restaurant, fully equipped guest kitchen and saltwater pool.

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