Cairns Rainforest Retreat Australia

Prices from A$250 per Night
This absolutely magical 4 acre tropical rainforest property, is situated on the edge of the World Heritage Daintree Rainforest and within 25 minutes of the Australia's magnificent Great Barrier Reef, making it a perfect base to explore Australia's Tropical North as well as experiencing the magic of staying in a tropical rainforest. Easily accessible from Europe, USA, and the UK, with direct international flights to Cairns, a vibrant cosmopolitan tropical city of 100,000 people. From Cairns, the property is a 90 minute scenic drive along one of the most beautiful coastal roads in the world. Once at the property you will enjoy exclusive use of the entire property for the duration of your stay ensuring your privacy and comfort, making it truly a home away from home in stunning, exotic natural surroundings.. Property Features: * 1 klm of hand cut rainforest walking trails * Rainforest gazebo surrounded by cascading water ponds * Outside dining patio with BBQ facilities * Tropical fruit orchard * exotic tropcial gardens home to a wide variety of tropical butterflies and birds Cottage Feataures: * King size mahogany bed * Hand-crafted leadlighting, bamboo ceilings, timber floors * Picture window double spa bath * Gourmet kitchen * Full laundry facilities * Qaulity CD system with CD collection * Library with rainforest reference books * Birdwatching books and binoculars * TV with Video Collection * Ceiling fans Enjoy absolute privacy, seclusion, serenity and romance in the heart of one of the most beautiful tropical locations in the world.
Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1


Property Information

Queensland, Australia
This Property Sleeps:
Minimum Price Per Night:
Maximum Price Per Night:
Nearest Airport:
Cairns International Airport (airport code NQY)

Minimum 3 night stay. $325 for 3 - 4 nights; $295 for 5 - 7 nights; $250 for 8 nights plus. Full payment required at time of booking. Cancellation Policy Applies

Accommodation and Facilities Summary

Bathrooms: 1
Toilets: 1
Shower Rooms: 1
Doubles: 1
Ensuites: 1
Ceiling Fans
Electric Heaters
Dining room table
Seating for: 2 People
Dining room
Hi Fi
Crockery & Cutlery Provided
Washing Machine
Separate dining area
Washing Machine Provided
Linen Provided
Towels Provided
Clothes Dryer
Ironing Board
Living Room
Seating for: 2 People
Sofas: 1
Armchairs: 2
Local Activities
Horse Riding
Local Area
Quiet Bars and Pubs
Distance to Local Town Centre: >20km
The local town is: Lively but not wild
In the mountains
Distance to beach: >5km
Distance to convenience store: 3-5km
Distance to local restaraunts: >5km
Distance to Airport: >100km
In the Country
Remote Location
Barbecue Area
Outside Tap
No Pets
No Children allowed
Wheelchair inaccessible
Unsuitable for the elderly or infirm
Geared towards the older generation
Low Allergen environment
Accommodation Type:: Self Catering
Size:: Spacious
Changeover Day: Flexible
Away from it all

Local Area Details

About Weather/Climate/Temperature

Julatten has one of most beautiful climates in the world. what you can expect:
Summer: November - April
Daytime Temperatures are between 27 - 32 degrees Celcius
Night-time Temperatures are between 20 - 25 degrees Celcius

Winter: May - October
Daytime Temperatures are between 22- 26 degrees Celcius
Nightime Temperatures are between 13 - 16 degrees Celcius

Summer time the humidity is high and there is frequent tropical rain
Winter time the humidity is low and there is infrequent rain

About Beaches

Far North Tropical Queensland's beaches are amongst the most beautiful in the world. Golden sands, palm fringed beaches stretch from Cairns Northern Beaches to Cape Tribulation in the Daintree National Park.

Protected by the Great Barrier Reef, they offer safe, pristine
swimming conditions from May - December. All year round they are one of the most exotic, romantic places to enjoy early morning or evening walks
Those brochure pictures could easily have been taken at the famous Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas - come and check it out for yourself.

About Golfing

Sailing in tropical waters is a special experience - warm breezes, stunning mountainous coastal scenery, and coral cay islands are what to expect.
From Cairns and Port Douglas there is a range of sailing experiences from day sailing tours on all sizes of boats
and sole charters
Prices range form AUS $ 100 per person for 1/2 day sailing

About Sailing

Scuba Diving on the Great Barrier Reef is one of the main attractions in this fantastic area. A vast range of boats leave daily from Port Douglas, Cairns and Cape Tribulation to the Outer Barrier Reef for snorkelling and scuba diving. All boats accept PADI diving qualifications.
Prices start from AUS $100 per person per day and additional dives are much cheaper. All scuba diving gear is supplied.

About Diving

Scuba Diving on the Great Barrier Reef is one of the main attractions in this fantastic area. A vast range of boats leave daily from Port Douglas, Cairns and Cape Tribulation to the Outer Barrier Reef for snorkelling and scuba diving. All boats accept PADI diving qualifications.
Prices start from AUS $100 per person per day and additional dives are much cheaper. All scuba diving gear is supplied.

About Fishing

Far North Queensland is famous for its off shore deep sea fishing - Black Marlin being a speciality.
Freshwater Estuary Fishing is also very popular with Barramundi being the most sought after. The Daintree River is a very popular fishing destination
There are a vast range of fishing opportunities from Cairns, Port Douglas and the Daintree River from small self-hire dinghies to fully guided day trips on small, medium and large boats. Sole charters on luxury game fishing boats are also available

About Airport Information

The nearest airport is at Cairns, 90 minutes from Cairns Rainforest Retreat. Both international and domestic airlines fly daily into Cairns Direct flights are available to all Australia's major capital cities as well as the Gold Coast and Australia's Red Centre (Alice Springs / Ayer's Rock)

About Local Restaurants

Port Douglas the beachside resort which is 25 minutes drive is world renowned for its vast array of eateries ranging from world class dining at the Sheraton Mirage Resort, The Nautilus Restaurant,and The Catalina Restaurant to upmarket international and modern Australian al fresco restaurants to trendy boardwalk and waterfront cafes.

The Daintree area also has superb dining in rainforest locations at Silky Oaks Lodge and Daintree Eco Lodge as well as the Cape Restaurant at Cape Tribulation

About Walking

Walking in tropical rainforests is a once in a life time experience. There are an abundance of walks in the many National Parks throughout the area.
Either do your own walks or take one of the many organised walks with a guide in the area. They leave from Port Douglas.
If you are specially interested in walking please contact owner for detailed information.

About Shopping

Port Douglas has a wide array of shopping facilities ranging from international boutique style at the Marina Mirage Complex to locally designed fashion and jewellry along Macroosan Street. Sunday Markets in Port Douglas are ecletic and vibrant, and offer the opportunity to pick up local artwork and handcrafts.

Markets are a feature of the Tropical Far North Queensland and can be found at selected villages and towns on any day of the week.

Contact Details

Julie Lane
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Contact Details

Cook Shire
Port Douglas

The Area

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