Cockatoo Hill Retreat

Address: 2060 Cape Tribulation Road, Diwan, Cape Tribulation, Daintree Region, Queensland, 4873, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 2060 Cape Tribulation Road, Diwan, is near Ocean Safari, Dan Irby's Mangrove Adventures, Cape Tribulation National Park, and Daintree Rainforest.
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    Travel Blogs from Diwan

    Road tripping

    A travel blog entry by wonderfullylost on Jun 27, 2015

    25 photos

    ... a shame :/ We spent the night on a tiny camping place which you also have to pre book but this time we had reception and booked it ;) On our last full day we drove to the barren falls which are nice to look at but only for a bit then it's enough haha After these falls we drove to Kurunda which is tiny and very touristy. Stony creek was next and my last hope to hop into a creek on the trip. This time we were lucky and there wasn't a dirt road. The swimming holes are amazing ...

    Port Douglas - Cape Tribulation and Daintree

    A travel blog entry by lynnstephenbell on May 05, 2015

    7 photos

    ... very close by, but by the time I had got my camera ready he had been taken out to sea by the waves. A beautiful place. A walk along the boardwalk to a high point for scenic photos we then got back to the car and found our way to a lovely cafe at Thorton's beach were we had a fish and chip lunch seated at tables on the sand by the waters edge. Onto an exotic fruit farm where we tried the local ice cream flavours of Wattle Seed, Mango and Black ...

    "Shark Shark!"...at the Great Barrier Reef

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jan 28, 2015

    36 photos

    ... ended up seeing 4 crocodiles. They were all in the water cooling off from the heat of the day. They didn't pay too much attention to us and luckily showed no aggression. Even without the crocodiles it was a very pleasant cruise and beautiful scenery all around us. There were also parts where the river winds through thick mangrove swamps.

    Back on dry land we continued our journey southbound. ...

    02nd to 07th November Cape Tribulation

    A travel blog entry by mcgrtwtrip on Nov 28, 2014

    2 comments, 36 photos

    ... but wiggle your pinkies in there at your peril. 4 good reasons for that:




    1. Crocs or “salties” live in good numbers in the creeks here and in the estuaries - they can come out into the sea around the rivers this time of year to look for a mate. Our hostess said ...

    Great Barrier Reef - Quicksilver Wave Piercer

    A travel blog entry by shered on Oct 28, 2014

    7 photos

    ... br> When we arrived at the activity platform we ramped up the energy and activity level as we only had 3.5 hours before the return trip. The first order of business was to get our stinger suits. These head to toe Lycra suits are highly recommended as a way to ensure that any box jellies that may be in the water do not get their little tentacles on you and inject a toxin that is very painful and could really ruin your day. As a bonus, they are ideal to protect ...