Wow! What a place! We stayed in both the ridge and lodge for a few nights with our two young boys and it was a highlight of our trip to TNQ. Both houses were fantastic but the ridge house was a standout. A stunning open air house which was well appointed and surrounded by the rainforest. During the day we read books in the hammock overlooking the forest out to the coral sea, spotted local wildlife including lace monitors, cassowaries and butterflies and explored the nearby waterholes and walks. At night we fell asleep gazing at the stars, watching fireflies dance around us listening to the sounds of the rainforest. The whole experience was magic!
Set on 500 acres of rainforest this property makes you feel as if you are living right in the middle of it. Open and airy with siding doors and high ceilings so you are exposed to the elements whilst still fully sheltered. We could feel the breeze and listen to the rain literally falling on the leaves at night.
We were part of a camping group but lucky enough to stay in one of the recently completed Eco Huts complete with outdoor shower and separate kitchen - an amazing experience. The facilities were first class, we felt really spoilt - it was 'glamping' in style! The view from sitting on our balcony, listening to the birds and looking in awe at the Daintree was soo relaxing. We squeezed in a couple of walks, especially down along the nearby creeks which were well worth it.
We had an one night stay in august with our 9 and 12 years old kids. How sad we were that we could not stay any longer. It is a little adventure, with one of the best views ever....fall asleep with a look in the stars, wake up and look over the rainforest to the ocean. And the family is so nice and helpful! Hope to see you again! Greetings from Germany!
We really enjoyed our stay in the Eco Lodge. The beautiful surroundings, the sounds of birds, especially in the morning, so quiet... We could have stayed much longer to do some walkingtrails, but we ran out of time. We did not go into the swimminghole (too chilly) but it looked amazing! The house is great, enough space, nice location. It was so good to spend our time up here. Andy and Lynette are very nice and friendly owners! Told us about the beautiful secret beach, we loved it. Also a lot of nice things to do in Cape Tribulation. We really recommend a stay in one of the huts at Noah Creek!