Cape Trib Farmstay

Address: Cape Tribulation Road, Cape Tribulation, Queensland, 4873, Australia | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on Cape Tribulation Road, Cape Tribulation, is near Cape Trib Exotic Fruit Farm and Daintree Rainforest.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCape Trib Farmstay Cape Tribulation

    Reviewed by mcgrtwtrip

    fantastic place to rest/explore and experience the rainforest

    Reviewed Nov 28, 2014
    by (8 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    We were made very welcome and were so comfortable at the farm stay - great position for exploring and great facilities. highly recommended.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by dabradz

    Fell over this one and was blown away by the friendliness

    Reviewed Aug 30, 2014
    by (32 reviews) Belgrave South, Melbourne, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

    Well this was a total delight. Vicky was amazing and went well out of her way to make our stay memorable. The room was lovely and the facilities more than expected. I would total recommend this farmstay to anyone.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Cape Trib Farmstay Cape Tribulation

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Cape Tribulation

    02nd to 07th November Cape Tribulation

    A travel blog entry by mcgrtwtrip on Nov 28, 2014

    2 comments, 36 photos

    01st to 07th Nov - Cairns and Cape Tribulation


    We have arrived in Oz! Hurray!


    7,617,930 sq miles of hot landmass surrounded by the Indian and Pacific Oceans with 34,218km of stunning coastline. Welcome to Australia. An affluent society mainly focused down the fertile East coast - big houses big gardens big everything …

    Palm Cove-Mossman-Daintree-Cape Tribulation-Palm

    A travel blog entry by bobjenhub on May 26, 2015

    15 photos

    ... its exceptional biodiversity. It contains significant habitat for rare species and prolific birdlife. The name is derived from the Daintree River, which was named by George Elphinstone Dalrymple, an early explorer of the area, after his friend Richard Daintree. Mossman Gorge is located in the southern part of Daintree National Park, 80 kilometres north of the regional town of Cairns and about five kilometres from the cane-farming town of ...

    Barrier reef

    A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Feb 06, 2015

    5 photos

    ... dive site, fair coral but quite a lot of sand. They often see turtles here, but sadly not today. However there was a very big cuttle fish, that stayed patiently with us while multiple photos were taken. It must have been a bit unpleasant for the snorkellers though, because there was a swell on the surface at each of the dive sites. However Garry heard their guide giving a far more compressive briefing of what they might see, ...

    To Cape Tribulation

    A travel blog entry by codie on Dec 09, 2014

    17 photos

    ... Went along it for ages until we came to a sign that said ‘4WD only beyond this point’, had to turn around then. Drove back passed the beach house and into Cape Tribulation. Saw the snake place that we had to go to the book a tour. Stopped off at a few places to look at the view and the beach. Also stopped on all of the bridges to se if there were any Crocodiles having a snooze, but there weren’t. Did managed to find the sign that’d ...

    Along the Captain Cook Hwy

    A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Nov 18, 2014

    20 photos

    ... and welcoming, we just won't be returning to Mossman.

    Ahead and of time we pulled off the highway and headed to Port Douglass. We found St Mary's by the sea. A small wooden chapel, painted white, the kind a kid would draw if they'd never seen one. They've replaced the usual religious grandeur gratification with a window, framing the palm trees, and mountains across the river. A stained glass window sits above and this simple space that has survived several ...