Amazing camp ground. Super friendly staff, great price and only 30m to the waters edge. 900m from mason’s cafe water hole for swimming. And about same distance to whey restaurant. Highly recommend this place A+++
My Wife and I were fortunate enough to be on the liveaboard boat for 3 nights and 4 days over the Xmas period, the Divers Den staff on the day boat and the Liveaboard were exceptional, such a fun, vibrant, knowledgeable bunch of experienced divers and masters. Could not recommend more highly the Liveaboard experience and such a unique way to spend Xmas diving the GBR. we will be back for sure.
This is the 2nd time we spend a few days there. It is a very nice camp ground with clean facilities, nice communal kitchen and shady non-powered sites directly behind the beach. The site is lovely and cool during a hot day due to sea breeze flowing through the site. They also make nice woodfired pizza. I will be back there again in the cooler months.
We had a powered site for our motorhome on the beach in front of the restaurant and bar. While the bar area was busy everything quietened down by about 8pm so all we could hear was the water washing up on the beach; a wonderful way to go to sleep and wake up. Had pizzas from the cafeeach night, what a treat. Beaches, sites and walks all within easy access from the caravan park. Looking forward to staying there again.
Our experience at Cape Tribulation Camping was disappointing. POSITIVE - Location, but the other caravan parks are equally good. NEGATIVES - Dangerous place for children and families as warning signs for visitors to beware of crocodiles on the beach have been removed. The management give no warnings and turn a blind eye to families swimming in the day and intoxicated people using the beach at late into the night. They send guests to see the crocodile on the nearby creek. - High Caravan park pricing for what is a just muddy camping ground - No Covid safe plan or practices whatsoever - Poor hygiene in camp kitchen and Bathrooms - Owners is using travelers to stay for free in exchange for unpaid labour - Poor Guest Relations: We witnessed 3 incidents of one of the the unpaid workers shouting at campers saying that he was responsible for managing the site. Our complaint to the owner/manager was dismissed completely and she went as far to say that she’s never had any complaints before so we must be in the wrong. The next day we witnessed 2 similar complaints to the manager and she responded the same way. - The conflicts are over 2 large grasses areas where guest bring their cars close to the camp kitchen and bathrooms in the rain. The unpaid worker abuses people for this saying, yet in the weekends these areas are filled with campers…