Cape Tribulation, Queensland, Australia

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Queensland, 4873 Australia

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  • 1 mention in Is Great Barrier Reef worth just seeing?

    • Hannah R.

      Hannah R. said, "...you. Snorkelling is expensive. Maybe look for a cheaper tour rather than those big commercial operations. You should go up to Cape Tribulation. Its a drive but its where the rainforest meets the ocean. Gorgeous. The rainforest treetop walks are also..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best Things to visit in Australia ?

    • Justin S.

      Justin S. said, "...won't hear about in the guidebooks or from many other travelers: If you're in Cairns, drive a few hours north to Cape Tribulation Exotic Fruit Farm for a tasting. You'll get to try fruits you've never heard of and will likely never..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best part of Australia to tour?

    • Justin S.

      Justin S. said, "...see the beaches in Cairns and there's a great train to Kuranda. You can take him up to the rainforest in Cape Tribulation... and you're sure to see kangaroos in the Atherton Tablelands. And if you like cheesecake, drop in at..." See More

  • 1 mention in Itinerary for must visit places for my first time dream trip to Australia!

    • Michael S.

      Michael S. said, "...more. Cairns - Nice enough, but you must really head to Daintree and take the 1/2 day reef trip out of Cape Tribulation. Then, if you like it a lot, you can try some of the boats that depart Port Douglas...." See More

  • 1 mention in Drive up the East Coast of Australia

    • Ernst M.

      Ernst M. said, "...- so don't expect to be in the only raft... There are more things to do from Cairns as well, including Cape Tribulation and the Atherton Tablelands. If you want to do more than snorkeling on the reef, there are guided trips..." See More

  • 1 mention in What is the most dramatically beautiful place you have seen?

    • Jake M.

      Jake M. said, "... Cape Tribulation in Australia, despite the jellyfish making a dip in the ocean off-limits the deserted tropical island vibe is striking Also in Australia, the Otway Forest Park of giant tree ferns. Bonus if seen in thick fog In the US, another..." See More

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