From the Daintree to Cape Tribulation and Bloomfield River, you can experience the most unique rainforest and captivating attractions and activities in the world. No trip to the tropical north is complete without visiting Cape Tribulation and this natural wonderland. The sealed road north of the Daintree River meanders through the lush rainforest covered Alexandra Range, to spectacular lookout points and glorious tropical beaches. It is the Daintree Cape Tribulation where the rainforest meets the reef.
Daintree encompasses the Daintree National Park which features a 130-million-year old rainforest, the Mossman Gorge, Cape Tribulation and the Bouncing Stones Site. A simple yet awe inspiring activity to take part in these naturally beautifully regions is to take a walk. Cape Tribulation has one such walk that is 1100 metres long taking you through the rainforest of ferns, mangroves and creeks. In addition are the beaches that the Far North Queensland Coast is famous for. There is also the Daintree River which you can tour via boat and see the wildlife in the mangroves and waters. Daintree has so much wildlife including the cassowary, an endangered species of flightless bird that is native to the place.
If you are lucky enough to be in Queensland during the Winter months of July and November, take the opportunity to visit the official Whale Heritage Site of Hervey Bay for a once in a
Would you like to get off the highway and take the less travelled trail? Countless do-it-yourself experiences await you in Queensland, whether you own a 4WD or hire one on