Rainforest Hideaway B&B

Accommodation, Sculpture Trail, Thai Massage

Accommodation

Stay deep inside the world's oldest rainforest
bed and breakfast in the Daintree

Not your average bed and breakfast, accommodation at Rainforest Hideaway B&B is 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, mini golf, and Thai massage make this place stand out from the rest.

This accommodation offers unique B&B accommodation deep inside the Daintree rainforest to a maximum of four guests in an owner-built, solar-powered house 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 two 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 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 or indulge in a tradtional Thai massage. And thanks to ever improving technology we now have free Wifi through a satellite dish!

house in the rain forest at Cape Tribulation

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!

We are also a booking agent for the Daintree Jungle House, if you want your accommodation more adventurous, or you want to do your own cooking, then this may be the better option for you.

Tours and other things to do

Cape Tribulation offers many activities
do a snorkel tour from Cape Tribulation

There are many exciting tour in Cape Tribulation and the must-do tour is a half day snorkel tour to the Great Barrier Reef! Tours depart from the beach just down the street from Rainforest Hideaway

How could you come to north Queensland and miss out on this amazing spectacle?

Read more about this snorkel tour to the Great Barrier Reef from Cape Tribulation.

There are many more tours in the Daintree;

  • Jungle surfing
  • Horse riding
  • Sea kayaking
  • Guided night walks
  • Crocodile spotting
  • Bird watching
  • Exotic fruit tasting
  • Fourwheel drive tours

And of course there are many free things to do; there are National Park board walks, the hiking trail to Mount Sorrow, paradise beaches to explore, beautiful swimming holes in the rain forest creeks, etc.

Rainforest Hideaway has a sculpture trail that winds its way around five acres of rain forest, as well as a nine hole mini-golf!

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And if all these activities sound like a bit too energetic and you simply want to relax, then a traditional Thai massage might be just what you need.

Your B&B host Aruni does both Thai massage and oil massage in the gazebo overlooking the fish pond at Rainforest Hideaway.

If you are not sure what a Thai massage is click here for more info on Thai massage.

General Information

Let us help you plan your holidays

How To Get Here

ferry over the Daintree river

Cape Tribulation lies 145 km. or 2.5 hour drive north of Cairns, and you need to cross the Daintree river on a ferry. There are also some bus companies that do daily runs from Cairns to Cape Tribulation. We also have maps and driving directions available.

Daintree Animals

cassowary in the Daintree rain forest

The Daintree is home to many amazing and unique animals, the most famous probably the cassowary.

During your stay with us you are bound to see some of them.

Beaches

paradise beaches in the Daintree

The Daintree Coast is lined with pristine remote beaches, and you can still often find one all to yourself.

We have some photos and directions to find these amazingly beautiful beaches.

Meet Your Hosts

A bit about the place and who you stay with