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  • lovinoz profile photo lovinoz
  • Reviews: 66

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Silky Oaks Lodge: Silky Oaks Lodge - Serene Luxury

We stayed in the riverview house and it was SO worth every penny. The place was immaculate, the service perfect and the included meals (dinner and breakfast) were amazing. We stayed here on the 2nd day of our honeymoon on the way up to Cape Trib.

I would definitely stay here again.

Hammock (2 person) on your private balcony, spa treatments, small tropical pool, you can see PLATYPUS in the river on the property! So peaceful and perfect to relax!!

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Spa and Resort, Luxury Travel, Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
  • Written April 8, 2008

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  • leahcallan profile photo leahcallan
  • Reviews: 3

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Crocodylus Village: ecofriendly accomodation

Great place with cabins of 4 spread through the jungle, main open tent-style area with bar/cafeteria, internet access, and a pool table... its more rugged than you think though, and its great. staff is friendly, great mile loop of walking path through the rainforest, awesome and VERY quiet beach in Cow Bay is only a short free van ride away... never saw another person while we were there. They also have fun activities like kayaking at sunrise, and night tours for seeing all kinds of crazy animals... there's also a pool but we never went near it, looked pretty gross... but come on who needs a pool when you can go to the amazing beach at cow bay? :-P

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Jungle and Rain Forest, National/State Park, Kayaking
  • Written January 20, 2006
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  • katjamcd profile photo katjamcd
  • Reviews: 14

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Silky Oaks Lodge: Hideaway in the rainforest

If you ever want a hideaway, this is it! Little private lodges throughout this eco-resort in the Daintree Rainforest in far north Queensland.

Read more at get details on my site:

http://www.mcdougalladventures.com/australia/daintree-silky-oaks-lodge

Swim in the river
Stay in a tree house!

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: National/State Park, Jungle and Rain Forest, Eco-Tourism
  • Written November 28, 2005

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  • angela80 profile photo angela80
  • Reviews: 79

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Crocodylus village: Heaven in Rainforest!

A YHA acmmodation in the middle of the rainforest. Its pretty laid back!
In the back you can do a walking track; when your quit and lucky you might see some wild pigs and a casowarie bird!
Every day they take a bus down to Cow Bay beach and organise guided nightwalks by Possum! They organise horserides and kayaking as well.

Staff is very friendly, there`s a bar/cafe, a pool and a small store!

Nice and quite place to relax a couple of days/weeks/months!

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Jungle and Rain Forest, National/State Park, Hiking and Walking
  • Written January 16, 2005
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  • bluesmama profile photo bluesmama
  • Reviews: 302

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PK's Jungle Village: Wonderful accomodation in rainforest

It was a great place to stay, right of Myall Beach. Of course the rain was lashing down when I was there - It IS in a rainforest. One night we stayed in the bar all night, didn't want to go outside and get drenched. But we had to go when they closed and then it was all we could do to avoid stepping on all the toads and frogs that had come out in the rain.
We had a very insightful conversation in the bar with a french and a swedish girl and a guy from England about the sounds animals say. I.e. in Denmark a pig says OEF, which of course in french means EGG, in swedish a pig says NOEF which in french means NINE. And on and on about cats and dogs for hours! OK, maybe we'd had a few beers :-)

Wonderful pool, great huts.
Bar good for late night beers and fun (unfortunately closed at 12)

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Budget Travel, National/State Park, Jungle and Rain Forest
  • Written May 25, 2004
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pool at PK's Jungle Village


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  • Jmill42 profile photo Jmill42
  • Reviews: 1072

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PK's Jungle Village: Jungle Accommodation

Pk's is a great little spot with accommodation for every type of traveler. It has the no A/C dorm beds, but it can get ridiculously hot, so for me that wasn't an option really. So, I stayed in a double with A/C. This works extremely well, because you can do all your activities and swimming, tanning, whatever, and come back to the cool air of your room to cool off. Trult the temperature can climb well over 100 degrees here (+40 C), and you will be wanting A/C at some point.

The place has a pool and sun deck, restaurant, interent, a small drug and light grocery store next to it, and offers plenty of jungle and beach opportunities.

Dorms are A$25, doubles A$98, triples A$100, camping (unpowered) A$15.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written March 25, 2004
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PK's


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  • Alain_Smeets profile photo Alain_Smeets
  • Reviews: 286

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Ferntree Rainforest Resort: Relaxing place surrounded by the rainforest

This is a nice place to spend the night, it's quiet and relaxed. We had a bungalow with two rooms, one for the girls and one for the guys. And we had our porch were we had long talks and shared a lot of beers together.

These resorts are build in such a way that they have a minimum impact on the environment, and we had our private mosquito catchers, we had at least one or two gecko's in our room to take care of that.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written February 10, 2004
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our cottage in the Ferntree Rainforest Resort


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