By Destination Daintree
The owner of Rainforest Hideaway, Rob Lapaer, has created a series of sculptures along a winding trail through the rainforest on his five acre property. Most of the artwork has been created by Rob himself, but over the years other artists have contributed work so you will discover various styles and influences from around the world.
There are many seats to sit and relax and take in the ambiance, so you could spend anywhere from 15 minutes to two hours on this trail.
The walk is open from 10am to 5pm most days and the entry fee is $5/adults, $3/child.
Rainforest Hideaway, 109 Camelot Close, Cape Tribulation. The entrance is guarded by two massive Easter Island Moai guards. If the gates are open, park on the roadside and walk up to the house where you will meet the owners and be given a trail map. If the gates are closed, you will need to come back another day!