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All reviews beautiful beach rainforest meets surrounding scenery drive north infested waters stinger season waters edge lookout point nice stroll low tide take pictures walk along the beach some great photos port douglas long drive palm cove worth a visit
We visited this beach following a drive through daintree and used the ferry to cross the river. Beach was pretty and quiet. Worth travelling to if you want a scenic road trip, but hard to differentiate this beach from others along the costal road.
Stopped off here after a drive up from the Daintree - ferry crossing is $30 return. We couldn't swim as there had been a crocodile sighted in the area but a lovely beach for a long walk, quite deserted and pretty with the mangroves on...More
After a lovely drive from Palm Cove, through beautiful scenery, we crossed the Daintree river on the ferry, (which costs $30 return but worth every cent) and entered into the forest. The road is very good, no 4WD necessary, there are several lookouts which are...More
We stopped off here as part of a visit from Port Douglas to Daintree Discovery Centre (which added another hour to our total journey). Tide was out and luckily a small shallow lagoon had been made so some safe paddling was possible (no warning signs...More
I only got to visit Cape Tribulation as part of a trip, which is a shame as I would have liked to explore a bit more! It’s a quiet and very beautiful beach, surrounded by the most breathtaking views! Try and visit if you get...More
Remember- beaches in Cape Trib are more for walking along or sitting on, as you can’t swim due to the crocodiles (we saw some on the ferry crossing- they are terrifying!). However, the backdrop on the mountains and the rainforest makes this beach stunning.
Not a speck of trash on the beach. At times that morning we were the only 2 people on the beach. So many people come up, take picture, and leave, but the magic is walking and dipping your toes in the water and really exploring...More