Daintree Riverview Lodges & Camp Ground

Address: 2 Stewart St, Daintree, Queensland, 4873, Australia | 3 star campground
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This 3 star campground, located on 2 Stewart St, Daintree, is near Daintree River Cruise, Dan Irby's Mangrove Adventures, Daintree National Park, and Tranquility Tours.
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          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

          TravelPod Member ReviewsDaintree Riverview Lodges & Camp Ground

          Reviewed by farquhar

          Great Park

          Reviewed Aug 9, 2014
          by (34 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

          Good amenities, great location and views

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

          Reviewed by bernieandpeter

          Great camp ground

          Reviewed Aug 23, 2013
          by (1 review) Boronia, Victoria, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

          Clean, tidy and run by really nice people. The place has a great feel to it!

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

          TripAdvisor Reviews Daintree Riverview Lodges & Camp Ground

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Daintree

          Scary stuff

          A travel blog entry by jessicalauren on Nov 13, 2015

          8 photos

          We went to Mossman Gorge for a walk through the rain forest and had a lovely swim in the cold water. We saw a dragon lizard. Then we drove to the Daintree river and booked a crocodile tour. We saw two pythons in the trees. They had egret lumps in their tummies. We saw one humongous croc called Bowmann - he was 3 1/2 metres long. He was sitting on …

          Daintree Rainforest and Crock tour

          A travel blog entry by frankenichols on Jul 28, 2014

          14 photos

          We were up and in the bus.

          We drove north through the lush areas. Maree told us that, in the past (when the stayed up in the areas we went through), tour groups had been stuck because of the roads being unpassable.

          The areas were quite amazing especially when only a few days before, we were in the middle of the desert. Now, the areas were lush and green.

          We stopped in the Daintree ...

          A Whirlwind Tour of Daintree

          A travel blog entry by javastoryteller on Jul 21, 2014

          1 comment, 32 photos

          ... blended together as each one was 10, 20, or even 30 minutes. I do remember stopping at Cape Tribulation. I wonder if it is called that because so many sailors including Capt. Cook had difficulty sailing in the area.

          We then stopped, once again, for a barbecue cooked by our driver, Mark. Fortunately, a vegetarian option was available for me. It was odd since three of the Germans were also vegetarians, that meant one third of our group were ...

          Cape tribulation beach lookout bad juw, juw

          A travel blog entry by mattandcilla on Jun 16, 2014

          7 photos

          ... and grated cheese for lunch. Very nice. Matt goes for another fish, I check on where the bouncing rocks are located, but get warned not to take any of the rocks with you as they have ancient aboriginal spirits attached to the site. Apparently they used to have a sign where they were but have since had the sign removed, after the episode with Matt with the pikininis from Kimberley Coast with him visiting the ancient caves ...

          Rainforest meets reef

          A travel blog entry by coralee on May 06, 2014

          ... on our trip. Along this stretch of coast the reef comes really close to the shore and it is the only two places in the world where two world heritage listed places lie side by side. We took our packed lunch onto the beach and soaked up our last bit of Australian sun. The last activity on the tour was a crocodile hunt. This was one of the main things on the tour that we were looking forward to. We were out on the river for an hour looking for ...