Silky Oaks Lodge

Address: Finlayvale Road, Mossman, Queensland, 4873, Australia | 5 star resort
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This 5 star resort, located on Finlayvale Road, Mossman, is near Daintree Discovery Tours, Shannonvale Tropical Fruit Winery, and Mossman Golf Club.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Silky Oaks Lodge Mossman

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Mossman

Mossman Gorge

A travel blog entry by kylie_jenkin on Nov 21, 2014

... finished off at a freshwater pool (no crocs here!) so we went for a swim. When we arrived as walked past there had been about 20 people swimming, splashing and jumping off rocks- now we had it to ourselves which was much quieter! We had missed the last bus back, so walked the 30 minutes back down the road to the visitor centre. Luckily they hadn't shut our car in the car park! Back to our hostel in the evening to cook tea and chillax by the pool ...

Great Barrier Reef - Quicksilver Wave Piercer

A travel blog entry by shered on Oct 28, 2014

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... new creature we encountered. The tour guide finally gave up trying to give a narrated tour in the confined space that echoed badly and we missed hearing about what we were seeing.

We returned to the platform and to our seats in preparation for the return trip. Some people took part in no water activities other than sitting at the watering hole with a cold one watching all the activity. A mystery but, I suspect, many were accompanying ...


A travel blog entry by shered on Oct 23, 2014

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... incubates the eggs for about two months. After hatching, the chicks stick with dad for about 9 months. Dad is very protective defending them against any potential predators, including humans. And protect them they can...their three toed feet have sharp claws - one claw is a veritable switch blade 5 inches long. Legs are enormously powerful and can propel the cassowary up to to 50 km/h and/or leap up to 1.5 metres. No way we want to encounter one in a cranky mood. First group we saw ...

Cape Tribulation and Daintree forest

A travel blog entry by joslyn2014 on Aug 16, 2014

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... park. The boys decided to wash the cars while we got the laundry in. Clever fellows that they, are they left us without any lights when it go dark but, being the ever clever girls that we are, we turned on the torches on our phones, hung them from the pole on the top of the tent and wal ah - light!! Tonight we have cooked pickled pork and we are having fresh veggies instead of canned so looking forward to our ...

Indigenous Australians in abundance.

A travel blog entry by marilynjw on Jul 23, 2014

... part of what has gone on in these parts for centuries. Tom said that they do not possess the forest but it possess them. They are so in tune, so at one with the environment,that the forest tells them when to hunt and when to gather.
All the senses are involved. To hear Tom calling to the forest to ask for permission to enter and then calling again at the end to thank the forest, was so respectful and very, very moving.
Banging with ...

Traveler Photos Silky Oaks Lodge Mossman

Rain! Rain!
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Swollen river below our cottage
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Our cottage - Wallaby
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Bridge to our cottage
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The pool
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Dining room
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Path to our cottage
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On the way to the pool
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