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Cabins in Thornton Beach
Fall asleep to the sounds of the ocean when you stay at Thornton Beach Bungalows – just a stones’ throw from one of the best beaches on the Daintree Coast
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We offer comfortable beach front accommodation just across the road from stunning Thornton Beach with the world's oldest rainforest (135 million years old!!) as a backdrop.
Thornton Beach is the Daintree's best kept secret, located halfway between Cape Tribulation and the Daintree River. This is the jewel in the crown of the Daintree Coast. If you are looking for isolated beaches, breathtaking views and great photo opportunities, look no further.
Surrounded by the Daintree National Park and looking out on the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park our Beach Bungalows are the ideal accommodation for a relaxing holiday for two. They are solar powered and offer queen size bed, ensuite bathroom with toilet and shower, tea/coffee making facilities, small refrigerator and private verandah with views of the Coral Sea.
We are situated 2 hours drive north of Cairns along the scenic Captain Cook Highway; 1 hours drive north of Port Douglas; 20kms north of the Daintree River and 15 kms south of the visitor hub of Cape Tribulation.
This is the perfect base for exploring the Daintree Coast's world famous attractions:
- Great Barrier Reef tours,
- sea kayaking
- horse riding,
- jungle surfing,
- guided night and day rainforest walks,
- crocodile spotting cruises,
- exotic fruit tasting,
- 4WD safaris,
- fishing and more…
This is also the perfect place to relax and unwind with miles of pristine beaches to explore, swimming in local creeks, or just lazing under a tree. A short walk down the beach to the mouth of Cooper's Creek will reveal the stunning views of Thornton's Peak - Queensland's third highest mountain.
This is truly a photographer's paradise.