April 2024 Update – Daintree Siesta & the Daintree Coast – Celebrating an Awe-Inspiring Place

Daintree Rainforest Wet Season

April 2024 Update

After a tough few months since Cyclone Jasper’s visit in December we are very excited that the road north of us to Cape Tribulation is now open to all traffic. 

This means that, for visitors exploring the amazing Daintree Rainforest, both the Dubuji and Maardja National Park Boardwalks are now accessible again, along with other Cape Tribulation activities. Plan a visit now and you may be able to experience the peacefulness of the Daintree before it gets busy with others planning a visit! 

And don’t forget that guests staying with us at Daintree Siesta are always welcome to explore our guest exclusive on-site rainforest walking tracks.

For those planning a visit to the awe-inspiring Daintree Rainforest to explore and immerse in UNESCO World Heritage listed nature over the coming months, please refer to the Cape Trib Rd Visitor Fact Sheet, prepared by Douglas Shire Council, for more information about current road reparation work, including some restrictions such as total length of vehicle (including cars and caravans) and maximum weights 


If you have any questions please reach out to us by phone or email with any questions – welcome@daintreesiesta.com.au – 07 4098 9155

Road at Daintree River Edge with daintree river Car Ferry and Daintree Rainforest in the distance
Daintree River Car Ferry

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