Cape Tribulation is an area just north and part of the Daintree National
Park and is one of the few
places in Australia where the rainforest runs right down to the water.
This beautiful Wet Tropical Rainforest region is now protected by World Heritage.
The region is accessible by conventional vehicles, except during periods of
heavy rain. The Daintree Ferry provides access into the Cape Tribulation area.
After crossing by ferry, you travel through lowland and tropical rainforest
passing road junctions for Cape Kimberley and Cow Bay. The road runs over
several high capes and alongside some great beaches, offering some great coastal
views and attractions.
camp at Noah Beach only, camp by self registration.
Location: 150 km north of Cairns.
Access: by air from Cow Bay Airstrip, by coaches, and vehicle
access. Road to Cape Tribulation is 95 per cent sealed. After this four
wheel drive is essential and road can be closed.
Visitor Facilities: short walking trails, lookouts, camping,
toilets, picnic tables, water. There are accommodation, cafes and shops nearby.