Details on 7 caravan parks within 100km of ,

Rainforest Village

Last Updated Jan 2016

Behind the service station on Cape Tribulation Road with large grassy sites.

Sites are on an open grassy area, with easy access for caravans.

There is a camp kitchen and free BBQs.

There is an onsite shop (service station) which has a wide variety of food and drinks, ice, gas etc

Park Management Comments

Located in the heart of the World Heritage listed Daintree Forest, Rainforest Village is the perfect place to park you campervan or caravan. For a truely back to nature experience, set up camp and look towards nearby Thornton Peak - the third highest mountain in Queensland.

Lot 1 Cape Tribulation Road
Diwan, 4873
07 4098 9015

Getting there

Easy access off the Cape Tribulation Road, about 17km north of the Daintree Ferry

(Couple for one night)
Tent sites from: $28.00
Unpowered sites from: $28.00
Powered sites from: $32.00

Facilities and activities at Rainforest Village


Flushing Toilets


Pets allowed. Check with park for conditions.

Water Availability:

Drinking water is available.

Camp fires:

No fires are permitted at this caravan park.


It is not known if barbeques are available.

Camp Kitchen

This caravan park has a camp kitchen.

Picnic Tables:


Swimming Pool:

No swimming pool


No spa

Games Room

No Games Room


No playground

Tennis Court

No tennis court


No gym


This caravan park has laundry.


No restaurant


This caravan park has shop or kiosk.

Wireless Internet:

No wireless internet

Dump Point:

No Dump Point


There is no fishing at or near this caravan park.

Kayaking / Canoeing:

There is no kayaking at or near this caravan park.

Other Amenities:
Tour Bookings

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