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Daintree Crocodylus offers environmentally friendly accommodation, with the sights, sounds and smells of the Daintree Rainforest at your door. Facilities include a café, bar and outdoor pool.
as advertised, highly recommended for anyone with a bit of an adventurous spirit. thank you for the generous treatment and great suggestions for things to do around Daintree
Set in Cow Bay, Wompoo Eco Retreat offers bungalows with views of the mountain ranges from the comfort of your bedroom and bathroom. This 5-star bed and breakfast offers a tour desk.
The hosts were so welcoming and kind, they met us right when we arrive with huge smiles on their faces. They took the time to give us local recommendations and share more about their property. We were extremely impressed with each unit, from the photos we didn’t realize our group with 2 couples would get their own unit including an outdoor shower and bathroom, outdoor kitchen and soaking tub. We enjoyed the fresh fruit, local tea and muesli while overlooking the rainforest and looking at the birds. We had a phenomenal stay and only wish we could’ve stayed longer.
Situated in Cow Bay, within 6.9 km of Daintree Discovery Centre, Cow Bay Hilltop Escape is an accommodation offering garden views. This property offers access to a balcony and free private parking.
What a great property! So much space, tastefully decorated with beautiful art, appointed with everything you can possibly need, beautiful gardens, and views over the treetops out to Cow Bay. We spent most of our time on the expansive deck taking it all in.
Situated in Cow Bay and only 2.1 km from Daintree Discovery Centre, Earthship Daintree features accommodation with mountain views, free WiFi and free private parking.
Property was absolutely beautiful and very unique. We really enjoyed using the outdoor facilities and had beautiful views throughout. Property was very clean, well decorated, indoor and outdoor furniture in excellent condition and property fully equipped with everything we needed.
Located in Cow Bay, Daintree Magic Holiday House offers a balcony with sea and mountain views, as well as a year-round outdoor pool, hot tub and open-air bath.
One of the most beautiful places we've stayed, not only is the nature amazing but the house itself is stunningly decorated, with amazing facilities and one of the most friendliest hosts we've met!
Set in Cow Bay and boasting views of the coral sea and rainforest, The Barn Daintree Holiday House is situated on the side of the mountain bordering the Daintree National Park and is within a...
Frank - the owner - went above and beyond to make sure we were looked after. The house has to be seen to be believed - it was just fabulous. Fully kitted out with everything you could possibly need for a home stay. The view was to die for. We really felt like we were in our own little world and had such a great time - we’ll definitely be back.
Beautiful location, stunning views. We stayed in large spacious house close to the beach. We took all of our own food as there were excellent kitchen facilities. The beach is stunning. The Daintree area has lots to offer.
Lovely setting surrounded by rainforest. Many shops closed. Weather didn’t help! Cow Bay is no longer the centre as On a previous visit. This has moved to Cape Trib. Many properties for sale throughout the Daintree.
Beautiful tranquil area. We live in Cairns. If you wanna get away from it all, good place to go. Good service at the pub, but it was closed on Sunday night just after 7pm so we couldn't get dinner c.js bar and grill and lync haven kitchens were also shut, so maybe bring your own back up meals just in case. I don't know if kitchens were shut this early because it was because it is off peak season a nd quiet but we were disappointed, we were on a little holiday and were looking forward to eating out, lucky we could make do with salad rolls we made back at our accommodation. Over all cow bay is lovely and locals are welcoming.
Diner was great at Crocodylus. Local people were friendly. Plenty to do and see. Such as walking along the beach. Going to an Ice Cream Factory where the fruit used was from their orchard which where people could roam around and see the fruit trees. Seeing two cassowary in the wild.
We were up early and walking tracks and boardwalks in the area all day. There was plenty of information to read along the walks to help inform and intrigue us about the rainforest. We never felt crowded by other people despite the long holiday weekend. We had an exceptional meal at WHET cafe at Cape Tribulation. It was the best prepared seafood we had on this trip and the setting was lovely for lunch.
The river cruise on the Daintree with Dan Irby was great. We did two tours back to back, the afternoon, and twilight tour. Crocodilus is great to eat at for Breakfast and Dinner and go for a drink. PK's kitchen was out of service as it was renovated. The flavours of soursop and jackfruit icecream is a must.