The Location

Beachfront Powered and Unpowered Camp Sites "Where the Rainforest meets the Reef" Cape Tribulation, QLD

Situated 2.5 hours north of Cairns on the sealed coastal road, explore and discover one of the world's oldest surviving rainforests with a huge range of activities and adventures on offer. Cape Trib Camping has a range of beachfront camping options ideal for families, couples and groups. We can accomodate all styles of camping with sites suitable for large caravans, campertrailer, tents, hammocks and motorhomes.

The campground is a great place to start your Cape York Adventure, located within minutes to the beginning of the Bloomfield Track to Cooktown. Explore the Great Barrier Reef which is located only a short boat ride from the campground or loose yourself amongst the beauty of the worlds oldest tropical rainforest.

Camp in the only place in the world where two world heritage areas meet - The Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest National Park 



Powered Site $88.00
Per site, per night (2 adults) - from

Unpowered Site $25.00
Per person, per night





Very expensive now in comparison to parks before the fairy at Wonga Beach. New kitchen facilities at the unpowered section but costs $20 per person per night. There is good Telstra reception and they have a large TV on the deck area. You can buy drinks and coffee all day plus pizzas at lunch and dinner time. They are still working on improving all the facilities.



A beautiful Caravan Park right on the beach and nestled in the rainforest. Bore water (non potable) for general use but there is drinking water, but not for filling tanks of RVs. Fires are started each night on the beach for communal use, but no fires allowed in camping area. There are 4 amenity blocks and 2 camp kitchens & laundries, There is a very nice Cafe Restaurant for pizza. A proud Family and Tourists Caravan Park, with no lights at night and all run by generator which is tucked well away from hearing. Quiet time after 10pm. This beautiful Park is situated off the grid so no mobile phone, no internet, but phone coverage can be obtained up the road. Cape Tribulation is on a fully bitumen road with 8 km of bends on the 30 odd kms from the ferry. Crossing of the Daintree Ferry, which is $25 both ways per vehicle.