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Daintree Ferry priority lane open for Easter

Posted: 17 Apr 2019

The priority lane at the Daintree Ferry will be operating from tomorrow, Thursday 18 April through to Thursday 25 April (inclusive). The priority lane operates from 9am to 4:30pm.  The priority lane will reopen for the tourist season on Sun


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Millions of Online Chats Prove Visitors Love Port Douglas and Daintree

Posted: 11 Dec 2018

Port Douglas, 6th December, 2018 – Port Douglas and the Daintree have topped a list of destinations from around the world for satisfied and happy visitors, according to leading strategic consultants Destination Think!

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Domestic Travel Agents Given Taste Of Port Douglas Daintree

Posted: 27 Nov 2018

From the reef to the rainforest, more than 30 of Australia’s top selling travel companies were given a taste of Port Douglas Daintree’s very best at the weekend.

Wrapping up an industry first region led ‘Domestic Mega Famil’, Tourism Port



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About Cow Bay

Beautiful Cow Bay is located just north of the Daintree River. This small settlement offers various types of accommodation including backpacker, private holiday houses, B&Bs and camping.

Nearby is home to the Daintree Discovery Centre, a self-funding eco tourism facility that specialises in providing interpretive information about the Daintree Rainforest and its environs. Here you can meander along elevated rainforest boardwalks including the Cassowary Circuit and the Bush Tucker Trail. You can also take a self-guided tour using an audio guide, or a pre-booked group tour with an experienced naturalist.

Daintree Discovery Centre
Also nearby you will find home-made tropical ice-creams at Floravilla icecreamery & art gallery, Cow Bay Pub, rainforest tours, tea growing, an air strip, horse riding, overnight sea-kayaking to Snapper Island, guided walks and the RACQ depot. Guided sea kayaking can be booked locally at Crocodylus Village.

Cow Bay had a colorful past of farming, logging and grazing. Early settlers to Cow Bay grew crops in the 1880's – the Chinese crew dry rice, and maize and sugar-cane were grown. Daintree Tea Plantation was established in 1978 by the Nicholas family, who still own and operate the business.The name Cow Bay is thought to have come from the farming of cattle in the area in the early days, or, the other idea is that Cow Bay is named after the dugongs (sea cows) which come to feed on the seagrass beds in the bay. 

Cow Bay

Cow Bay Beach offers a true 'deserted beach' experience. At low tide you can walk north round the headland to even more isolated beaches. 

Nearby Walks include:

Jindalba boardwalk—650m return (45mins) Grade: easy
The Jindalba (meaning ‘foot of the mountain’) boardwalk is a 700m boardwalk loop built into the hillside. This boardwalk explores tropical lowland rainforest starting just past the Daintree Discovery Centre, in Cow Bay. There is a large picnic area with toilets and tables. Wheelchair access to the creek is from the exit end only, near the disability access parking bays.

Jindalba circuit track—3km return (1.5hrs) Grade: moderate
Near the entrance of the Jindalba boardwalk is the start of the Jindalba circuit track. This forest walk is well marked but is stony in places and crosses rainforest creeks. A reasonable level of fitness is required.

Daintree Airstrip to the Cow Bay Beach
Walk the six kilometres on the footpath from the Daintree Airstrip to the Cow Bay Beach and observe the changes in rainforest habitat.

Orange Rope Walk
The Orange Rope Walk starts at Crocodylus Villafge and is a 3 kilometre walk marked with orange rope and 38 numbered sign posts, following a section of Macleans Creek. A booklet is provided at reception.

Jindalba Boardwalk