Not your average accommodation, Rainforest Hideaway offers self contained accommodation in cabins deep inside
the oldest rainforest in the world, surrounded by a living museum of ancient trees, plants and animals,
including the famous cassowary.
This is the most unique Cape Tribulation accommodation: solar powered owner built cabins, sculpture trail and mini golf make this place stand out from the rest.
This unique self contained accommodation deep inside the Daintree rainforest caters to a maximum of six guests in owner-built, solar-powered self contained cabins with handcrafted timber furniture, tap water from a mountain stream and walking trails with seats and sculptures to explore this amazing ancient jungle.
Since July 2000 Rainforest Hideaway has provided accommodation to thousands of adventurous travellers from all over the world, and you can read their reviews on Tripadvisor.
Peace and quiet assured with only three distinctly different rooms and is well located within walking distance of the Cape Tribulation "town"centre, pristine beaches, National Park boardwalks, restaurants, bar and shop.
And most surprisingly, the nights are usually mosquito-free!!
Ofcourse you can also take it easy, the town centre of Cape Tribulation is within walking distance of your accommodation and there are pristine unspoilt beaches to laze around, relax on your verandah with the sounds of the rainforest birds, spot some of the abundant wildlife, explore the rainforest sculpture trail on the five acre property.
And thanks to ever improving technology we now have free Wifi through a satellite dish!
Cape Tribulation is situated at the end of the spectacularly scenic Great Barrier Reef Drive in the heart of the World Heritage listed Daintree National Park, 70 km. north of Port Douglas, 14 km. north of Cairns, and is an absolute must-do while you are in north Queensland.
Door to door bus services drop off at most Cape Tribulation accommodation and any normal car can make the journey as the road north of the Daintree river is now sealed all the way to Cape Tribulation, and with the completion of the Cooper Creek bridge in 2011 we now have year-round all-weather access!
Our accommodation options include two bungalows with basic BBQ cooking facilities and the Daintree Jungle Treehouse, if you want your accommodation even more adventurous.