Daintree Members

Barbary Coasters

Formed on Melbourne Cup Day in 1988, based in Cairns, Barbary Coasters have become a very popular and well-respected duo in the Far North of Queensland.They brought out the first CD to be fully produced here in Cairns. They have performed at diverse venues from Concert stages, resorts, clubs, pubs, functions, carnivals, mining camps, festivals and rodeos. Their music is just as varied with backgrounds of folk & country, pop & rock, plus a tropical influence from their location. Barbary Coasters ability to draw from a wide variety of musical styles ensure something for almost any taste - classics from the best of rock & country to smooth ballads or a rollicking Irish tune or Reggae or maybe a hint of Blues, there is one thing for sure - this band will keep you entertained with both their music and humour!

The Adventure Company

The award winning Adventure Company Australia, is based in Cairns, Tropical North Queensland and is North Queensland's largest premier cruise and tour company. The Adventure Company is 100% locally owned and operated and has a dedicated and experienced team of staff that are devoted to ensuring that each and every person travelling with The Adventure Company, experiences the adventure of a life time.

Wait a While in the Daintree

A stunning pole framed timber house offering private and secluded accommodation for up to 6 guests right in the heart of the Daintree Rainforest, and only 600 metres from the picturesque Cow Bay Beach.Stay in one of the most beautiful houses in the Daintree Rainforest - the perfect place to relax and enjoy the rainforest and you have a choice of restaurants and cafes close by. Wait A While Retreat is only 600 metres from the picturesque Cow Bay Beach where the reef and rainforest meet. The Daintree-Cape ...

High Falls Riverside Restaurant

Visit one of Far North Queensland's outstanding attractions. High Falls Riverside Restaurant is located on a secluded private property. Exotic tropical fruit in abundance. Situated in the area known as Whyanbeel valley a 25 min drive north of Port Douglas; and between Daintree world heritage listed rainforest.

Crossroads Cafe

Crossroads Cae, at the gateway to the Daintree Rainforest, can cater for all your needs. Situated opposite the Daintree Ferry turn-off the cafe is the ideal location to pull in for a bite to eat before you start your tour of teh area of the last stop before your long drive home. This rustic style roadside diner can provide anything from the humble hamburger to the best barramundi meal in town, or a homemade banana muffin with your pot of Daintree Tea.

Cassowary Cafe

Cassowary Café ¡nd Bar offers a casual and relaxed atmosphere in an attractiveenvironment overlooking tropical gardens and the main pool. The main Indonesian building is complemented by two dining huts built into the rainforest and an outside deck area, adding to the ambience and wonder of the resort itself. Open daily for breakfast (continental buffet) and dinner (seasonal).

Daintree Entomological Museum

The Museum is easy to find and well worth it. The Cooper Creek area is the richest part of the Daintree Coast You will locate us 17kms north of the Daintree river ferry, on the way to Cape Tribulation on Turpentine Road, 200 metres from the corner. You cant miss the large Spider web Gates and as you enter you will realize that your experience to this Mysterious Rainforest is about to start

Tides Bar & Restaurant

Tides Bar & Restaurant is favoured by many locals and travellers alike for its great food. Indulge in a wide array of delicious cuisine served in our outdoor, beachfront restaurant . Here at Cape Tribulation Beach House, we offer something for every budget and pallet!

Whet Restaurant Cape Tribulation

Since 2007 Whet Cafe, Bar & Restaurant has been the epicentre of dining and entertainment in the tourist village of Cape Tribulation. Set amongst beautiful and untouched tropical Daintree rainforest, Whet combines the natural wonder of the environment with its own unique and modern atmosphere. The outdoor deck area is the main focus of our dining experience. It brings the wonder of the rainforest right to your table and exudes an almost magical aura when lit by the natural light provided by fire. As a contrast to the natural splendour of the outdoor deck area we also have an ultra modern indoor lounge area. The perfect place for a cocktail or pre dinner drinks featuring plenty of space and a fully stocked bar.

Julaymba Restaurant & Gallery

Taste the sensations of the Tropics! Australian cuisine infused with gourmet bush tucker. Fully licensed a-la-carte restaurant. All day dining - breakfast, lunch and dinner. Devonshire Teas available. Day visitors welcome.

Daintree Wonder Tours

Daintree Wonder Tours is your World Heritage Rainforest Tour specialist – providing daily trips to the Daintree National Park, incorporating the Daintree Rainforest, Cape Tribulation, Mossman Gorge, the mighty Daintree River, secluded Daintree Rainforest swimming holes and much more! Daintree Wonder Tours offers a day of memories, taking in the Daintree must-see sights, as well as a few well kept secrets, to make your visit to this magical place a very memorable one. In order to ensure comfort, safety and quality guiding we cap our guest numbers at 10. So no crowds just small group touring within the Daintree National Park. Daintree Wonder Tours is a locally owned and operated family business, allowing you to experience the area through the eyes of those that know it best.

Daintree Papaya Cafe

Small but comprehensive menu offering anything from a simple, home baked Aussie beef pie or fish and chips to contempory Australian Pacific cuisine with an Asian influence. Try crocodile wontons, sugar cane prawns or Barramundi steamed with green ginger and eschallots. Licensed Bar. Air conditioned in summer. Reservations appreciated though not essential.

Red Mill House

Red Mill House in Daintree, Tropical North Queensland offers deluxe Daintree B&B accommodation to travellers who are interested in nature, wildlife, photography and conservation.

Silky Oaks Lodge

Silky Oaks Lodge is situated adjacent to the World Heritage listed Daintree Rainforest National Park, on the northern bank of Mossman River. Surrounded by the lush rainforest, Silky Oaks Lodge is just a short 20 minute drive from Port Douglas and 60 minutes north of Cairns. Silky Oaks Lodge is the region's premier destination from which to explore Tropical North Queensland.

Daintree Teahouse Restaurant

Longest Established Restaurant in Daintree Beautiful & relaxing setting, fabulous food & personal service. Open for Morning Tea, Lunch & Afternoon Tea. The scones are superb, locally grown Daintree Tea is available. We specialise in Barramundi! Wild caught in Australian waters, nothing beats it!

Daintree Originals

Daintree Souveniers, Groceries, Markets

Floravilla Ice-Cream Factory

Stop off at the Cow Bay turnoff for a sensational Bio-Dynamic Organic tropical fruit ice-cream or water ice. The ice-cream is wholly manufactured on the premises at Floravilla from bio-dynamic organic ingredients using high quality Italian equipment. Using local supplies as the first choice, with organic vanilla and exotic fruits available from the immediate area and bio-dynamic milk and yogurt from Mungalli Creek Bio-Dynamic Organic dairy on the Tablelands.

Daintree Timber Museum & Gallery

Natures rainbow, captured in Australian native timbers. For over 20 years the Daintree Timber Gallery has sourced only the most unique species to create their globally aclaimed works of art and utility woodware. Visit our gallery in person or online to make that special purchase. You will find a piece waiting "Just for you".

ELIZA'S RAINFOREST GALLERY

In the village's main shopping area follow the path and relax a while in the garden next to the pond or waterfall. Visit our gallery where you will see pixies, Elves, Gnomes and other hand made pottery being made. Paintings are also on display as well as the work of renowned local potter Ellen Terrell.

Australian Tropical Research Foundation AUSTROP

The Cape Tribulation Tropical Research Station is a research and conservation organization that specialises in lowland tropical ecosystems, in particular those of the Daintree lowlands, and has been in operation for over 22 years.The Research Station was established in 1988 by Hugh Spencer and Brigitta Flick in the wake of the Daintree Blockade (1984) which drew world attention to the plight of the area and to its highly vulnerable conservation status.The Research Station was set up to provide a platform ...