$175 per night.
$30 per extra person in room. Aviary rooms are superior rooms with lots of room and can accommodate 2, 3, or 4 guests (minimum age 10 years), the aviary rooms have high ceilings and many extras. Air conditioning
radio and alarm
balcony / courtyard
digital tv and dvd
free wireless / wifi
laundry service available
saltwater swimming pool
Daintree ecolodge introduces weekly cooking classes
enhance your culinary skills in a cooking demonstration held at julaymba. The cooking classes are hosted by julaymba’s executive chef, simone watts. Having worked alongside many talented chefs across the globe, simone has a wealth of knowledge and experience to share with participants. The demonstration is a great way to mix up your standard dinners back home, try something new and get some inspiration for your very own veggie garden. The class is suitable for all expertise levels, regardless of whether you’re a kitchen novice, or an experience cook in need of a bit of inspiration. The two hour demonstration features 6 recipes showcasing native australian ingredients and locally grown produce. Master some of the julaymba menu favourites, as well as learning how to make your own dukkah. Participants will be treated to canape style tastes of the demonstrated dishes and complimentary beer or wine – a fun and relaxing way to spend an afternoon in the daintree. Classes are open to the public as well as staying guests.
classes are held every tuesday from 3pm on-site at daintree ecolodge
$95 per person
Guests receive half-price entry to the zoo and all rooms offer garden, zoo or thornton peak views. Longer stays include 50% ferry passes and daintree river tours. Stay 3 nights and enjoy special rates (only $150/night) & 50% off crocodile river cruise for 2 adults!!
Rainforest Rescue is a not-for-profit organisation that has been protecting and restoring rainforests in Australia and internationally since 1998 by providing opportunities for individuals and businesses to Protect Rainforests Forever.
Earthwatch offers everyday people the opportunity to work alongside leading scientists to work as part of a research team. Earthwatch work in some of the most remote and unique locations around the world and need people with a passion to help and to want to make a difference.
Reef Restoration Foundation is a proud recipient of a NAB Foundation Sustainable Regions grant to assist our work and the team is very excited to be part of the campaign which will be seen by people across Australia.