10 great reasons to stay at Daintree Ecolodge:
excellent bird-watching opportunities, even from your room
take a tour or drive up to the Daintree National Park and visit Cape Tribulation beaches and rainforest
the lodge is within easy reach of reef, rainforest and river cruises
daily yoga classes are held on a forest-lined deck
take a cooking class with the lodge Executive chef - learn to use local and indigenous ingredients and produce
the 3 room types range from the forest floor to the tree canopy
the Julaymba restaurant overlooks a peaceful shaded lagoon
cuisine is fresh, seasonal foods with beautiful local additions like tamarind, kangaroo and Daintree tea
the Daintree Wellness Spa blends eastern, western and indigenous techniques and products
their Signature treatment, Julma at the Waterfall, is a delicious massage in the rainforest beside a tumbling waterfall
If you’re looking for an affordable, peaceful rainforest experience the Daintree Ecolodge will satisfy all your senses, and more.
This award-winning property encapsulates the ecological, cultural and recreational aspects of its World Heritage rainforest setting, believed to be over 135 million years old and part of the oldest lowland rainforest in the world. It also respects and shares the lands of the local Kuku-Yulangi people, who have been in this area for millennia. There are a number of opportunities to interact with this beautiful culture.
Daintree Ecolodge offers many opportunities for guests to enjoy the ecology of surrounding areas of the Daintree National Park. The Daintree is a major attraction for bird watchers from all around the world due to the large number of species that inhabit the rainforest, many of which are endemic to Far North Queensland. The spa incorporates indigenous techniques and products, with a special massage, Julma at the Waterfall, a highlight. The cuisine features organic foods wherever possible and highlights the rich array of local foods available. And the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef are within an easy day trip.
Accommodation is in 15 bayans (tree houses) that sit high in the tree canopy or nestle on the forest floor. Screened verandahs open out to the trees, with birds and butterflies flitting past, and the forest is filled with birdsong, especially in the mornings and evenings. Each bayan is fully screened, with a spacious bathroom, tea and coffee-making area and king bed. Some have a day bed on the verandah.
Daintree Ecolodge & Spa offers a fabulous stay for families, couples and groups and is particularly appealing to nature lovers and those wanting a quiet couples stay.