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Daintree RV Park

· Daintree, Queensland
400 acres hosted by Barry O.
37 Vehicle/Tent sites
Amazing views
Hipcampers say this spot has amazing views.
Daintree RV camp is located on picturesque 400 acre Kenadon Brahman Bull Stud Farm in the village of Daintree. The campground is only 300 meters from the village centre with public amenities, cafe, hotel/restaurant, river cruises, fishing trips and boat ramp. Bonus ! Stay for any 2 nights between 24 June and 31 July and get a FREE Daintree Ferry return ticket to explore north of the Daintree River to Cape Tribulation (ferry return ticket value $47) Kenadon RV Park faces across Daintree River to magnificent tropical rainforest and Thornton Peak, 4th highest mountain in Queensland. The open fields offer clear vision for amazing tropical sunsets. Watch the brahman beef cattle grazing around the park. The Osborne family are pioneers in farming in Daintree going back five generations. Daintree Village is a short stroll up Dagmar Street before reaching public toilets, mail box (pick up mail from Daintree Village Hotel), Croc Xpresso Cafe (breakfast & lunch), Daintree Village Hotel (lunch & dinner), Daintree Originals (souvenirs, arts, crafts, t-shirts and tropical clothing). The CREB Track is nearby running through the heart of the Daintree Rainforest to Roaring Meg Falls and on to Wujal Wujal. Only 4x4 vehicles without trailers on this adventurous track. Also there is the Bloomfield Track running from Wujal Wujal to Cape Tribulation. A large open marquee area is provided shelter and shade between all sites. Table and chairs are provided. We welcome your pets but they will have to be on leash. Campfires are now allowed onsite in the fire pit.
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68 Ratings · 49 reviews
Julia M.doesn't recommend
July 10, 2024
Daintree RV Park Site 3
We stayed at this camp about a week ago. In the listing, it stated that the return ticket of $47 for the ferry was included. However, neither in the listing nor in their confirmation email it was mentioned that we needed to pick up the ticket at the Crocodile Express Office in Daintree Village. So we ended up having to pay for the ferry as unfortunately we cannot mind- read. If the offer was genuine, why don't they communicate it to their customers. It left a pretty sour taste in our mouths. The camp itself was ok but quite expensive considering there were no facilities.
Gillian G.recommends
July 3, 2024
Daintree RV Park Site 4
Camping with cows
Excellent views & very quiet. Cows come up to fence & say hello.
Renè S.recommends
June 30, 2024
Daintree RV Park Site 3
Quiet with great views
Lovely grassed area with great views over the valley. Easy to find. Large tent shade with some chairs and a table, with a fire pit and wood. No facilities other than water but short walk to towns public facilities. We were self contained so not an issue. Coffee shop and pub also in walking distance. Would recommend. We were the only people.
Stacey D.
June 25, 2024
Daintree RV Park Site 5
Overall this site was good for a few nights to visit the area. Unfortunately on arrival I discovered there are no individual sites but 1 large area to share which made it difficult to cook camp oven style or even utilise the fire pit. When booking you had to choose options ( water, rig size etc)but this is really not relevant to the 1 site available.
Gerhard H.recommends
June 21, 2024
Daintree RV Park Site 1
Very quiet place, beautifull lookout. Closed to river-cruises.
Deidre L.doesn't recommend
June 13, 2024
Daintree RV Park Site 4
Misrepresented on HipCamp. It’s not 5 separate areas with 3 sites in each as indicated. It’s one site with everyone crammed in together. Every van that turned up was confused. At one stage wall to wall caravans, cars and vans. People turned up without a booking and no one checking this. No toilet facilities so people urinating on the fences after dark. It’s a shame because the landscape is beautiful but as usual spoilt by people and their selfish behaviour.
Daintree, Queensland, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Kuku-yalanji First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking

Hosted by Barry O.

Joined in September 2022
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