Daintree treehouse accommodation deep inside the rainforest
The Daintree Jungle Treehouse is true jungle style Daintree accommodation
located deep inside the Daintree rainforest, within walking distance
of the rainforest village Cape Tribulation.
Nearby you will find paradise beaches, walking trails in the National
Park, restaurants and restaurants.
If the tree house looks too adventurous for you then our other place
might suit you:
Our other accommodation place, a B&B with just a little bit more
In our other accommodation place Rainforest Hideaway B&B
we have two rooms to choose from, breakfast and free Wifi are included,
and it is a bit less jungle style than the tree house.
Click here for more information on our B&B.
The journey to here is along the 140 km. long Great
Barrier Reef Drive that runs from Cairns to Cape Tribulation, an
exceptionally scenic stretch of coastal road hugging remote deserted
beaches wedged between two World Heritage listed National Parks, the
great Barrier Reef Marine Park and the Daintree Rainforest.
During your stay, especially if you stay a few nights, there is also
a reasonable chance you will get to see a cassowary.
Although they are rare and endangered, they are often seen in this part
of Cape Tribulation. Just check out this Facebook
page with regular updates on cassowary sightings.
Some serious furniture on the ground floor of the jungle tree house
If you are after some truly unique and very private Daintree accommodation,
jungle style immersed in nature with some of today's basic comforts,
then you need to look no further than this.
The Jungle Treehouse was not built with city folk tourists in mind, it was
built by Cape Trib locals for Cape Trib locals, and now the city folk
have a chance to see how the rainforest people live.
If Tarzan and Jane had lived in the 21st century, this is how they would
As this is not your usual place, please have a look through the photos
and descriptions to see if this place would suit you, most people love
it but for some it is just too scary!
Scroll down, read the description and see the photos before you click
through to book this Daintree accomodation.
And if it all looks too adventurous to you, then maybe Rainforest
Hideaway B&B is a better option for you...
NOTE: IF YOU BOOK TOURS YOURSELF CHOOSE RAINFOREST HIDEAWAY AS PICK-UP
LOCATION, THE JUNGLE HOUSE OFTEN GETS CONFUSED WITH OTHER ACCOMMODATIONS
WITH THE WORD JUNGLE IN IT
THIS IS NOT THE HILTON WITH PORTERS, IF YOU BRING GIANT SUITCASES IT
IS NOT OUR JOB TO GET THEM 150 METRES THROUGH THE JUNGLE UP TO YOUR
The Jungle Treehouse is an octagon shaped pole cabin, set three metres
high to enjoy magnificent views of the surrrounding rainforest,
150 metres from the nearest neighbour, and right next to a beautiful
fresh water creek.
This unique Daintree accommodation features a (composting) toilet
with rainforest views, an outdoor (hot) shower, solar electricity,
a queen size bed, an east-facing breakfast bar and basic kitchen
Do not let the open design concern you, the nights are mosquito
Daintree accommodation surrounded by dense rainforest
True jungle style Daintree accommodation
The shower on the ground floor of the treehouse
The rock lounge downstairs in the jungle treehouse
Five star Daintree rain forest views from your back veranda
Just behind the jungle treehouse is a beautiful fresh water rainforest
creek to refresh.
(Seasonal of course, not in the dry time of year)
Seasonal swimming hole in the creek
A few shots of the Daintree Jungle House interior:
View from the entrance, there are screens to keep the rain out,
but not needed for mosquitoes as there simply aren't any at night!
East facing breakfast bar, watch the sun rise through the trees
The kitchen, bit basic but it has a 4 burner stove, toaster, a small
gas powered fridge, and an esky (ice box) to lock food away from
Another great feature of the Jungle House;
two hammocks to laze away the days.
The loo with a view, also known as composting dunny
The world famous outdoor (hot) shower, as you are a long way from
the nearest house this is very private, except for the odd cassowary
poking his head around the corner....
Front view of the Jungle Treehouse
Stair case of the Jungle Treehouse
Seats by the creek behind the jungle house
Bar/viewing point over looking the creek
The Jungle House is a great option for people that love the outdoors
and a back to nature experience.
The Jungle House is NOT suitable for people that get freaked out by
(harmless) animals, nature, an outdoor shower, or a composting toilet.
Also we do not accept children under five years of age.
The dense rainforest around the Daintree Jungle House is a refuge for
the endangered cassowary, and there is a fair chance you will get to
see one during a stay of a few days.
A family of cassowaries in Cape Tribulation