Last Updated Jan 2016
A beautiful location with powered and unpowered sites, but no cabins.
This is a stunning location, however campsites are very close together and it can be quite crowded in busy times.
Amenities are well maintained and fairly modern with communal camp kitchen, hot showers and direct beach access.
There is also a bar and they make great wood fired pizzas.
The beach here is great, with fringing reef. You can see turtles and dolphins from shore. Better yet is to bring your kayak and explore, although access is a little restricted at low tide. If you are into kayaking, a better option is probably Koala Camping at Cape Kimberly, as it has all tide access and Snapper Island just off shore. It is also slightly cheaper and is more spacious.
Park Management Comments
Cape Trib Camping is nestled in the Daintree Rainforest, boarded by the golden sands of Myall Beach and the turquoise waters of the Great Barrier Reef.
Signed off the Cape Tribulation Road at Myall Beach.
It is not known if there are toilets at this caravan park
Drinking water is available.
Fires may be allowed in built fire places. Please check with park management about local bans and rules.
It is not known if barbeques are available.
This caravan park has a camp kitchen.
No swimming pool
No Games Room
No tennis court
This caravan park has a restaurant or cafe.
No kiosk or shop
No wireless internet
No Dump Point
There is no fishing at or near this caravan park.
There are kayaking spots at or near this caravan park.
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