Which camp ground is the cheapest in the Daintree Rainforest?
Here is your guide to find the cheapest camps sites in the Daintree Rainforest. Are you travelling to the Daintree on a tight budget, or just want to save a few bucks? This article shows you where to find the 3 least expensive places for your tent or caravan or campervan in the Rainforest. Compare the camp ground prices and facilities for yourself.
Just remember FREE CAMPING is prohibited in the Daintree National Park and may end up costing you more money in fines.
Read on to see just how cheap it is to camp in ze jungle. Note from author PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
CHEAPEST – Noah Beach Camping Area; from $16. per night with a permit.
Noah Beach Camp is on Cape Tribulation Road approximately 20 km north of the Ferry over the Daintree River.
Noah Beach has the cheapest camp sites in Daintree National Park starting $16 per night. You can pitch a tent beneath the forest canopy at Noah’s which is Cape Tribulation’s only National Park camping area.
- Beware crocodiles Be croc wise in croc country
Wet season: (January to April)
Noah Beach camping area, Cape Tribulation, Daintree National Park will close for the wet season and re open subject to weather and road conditions. Camp ground floods during heavy rain.
2. SECOND CHEAPEST – Daintree Rainforest Village Camp Ground; from $20 per person per night.
FREE CAMPING for kids 12 and under.
Daintree Rainforest Village is on Cape Tribulation Road approximately 14 km north of the Daintree River Ferry crossing…which makes it the halfway point between the river and the Cape.
This camp ground has always been the cheapest place to stay, except for the National Park Camp Ground.
Prices start at $20 per person per night.
This beautiful camp ground is surrounded by rainforest and central to all jungle activities and adventures.
Camping Layout; Separate and numbered sites are under shady trees, some out in the open sunshine and some up the hill for the privacy, the breezes and amazing views.
Site surface; Lawns and gravel.
Camp sites are suitable for; tents, swags, caravans, camper vans, motor homes and roof toppers. Some areas are restricted to 4 wheel drive vehicles only.
Facilities; Powered and unpowered sites, clean hot showers, awesome camp kitchen with fridge and free BBQs, abundant fresh drinking water, rubbish recycling, Optus phone coverage, pet friendly, communal camp fire, tour desk, open spaces, tree swings, sunset views and well stocked and affordable convenience store and coin laundry on site. Fuel Station with ice, bait and gas bottle swap.
Park Alerts; Wild Cassowaries, wild dingos, goannas and butterflies frequent the park. No crocodiles here.
Essentials to bring; Don’t worry – the shop has almost everything you need.
Daintree Rainforest Village is open for camping all year round. This is the only camp ground to provide a sheltered sites option. You can set up your camp under a big roof and sit outside while the rain pours down.
The shop is open from 7am to 6 pm seven days per week except on Christmas day.
What makes Daintree Rainforest Village unique?
The awesome mountain views and the sheltered sites, FREE CAMPING for kids 12 and under. PET FRIENDLY. Stay 7 nights and only pay for 6.
3. THIRD CHEAPEST – Lync Haven; from $30 per night.
Lync Haven is located on Cape Tribulation Road approximately 13 kms north of the Daintree Ferry.
This camp ground is the third cheapest place to stay in the Rainforest, starting $30. SEE ALL THEIR CAMPING RATES HERE.
Camping Layout; Separate numbered sites on flat land which typically floods in heavy rain.
Site surface; Lawn and concrete.
Camp sites are suitable for; Campervans, motorhomes and caravans..
Facilities; Camp kitchen, showers, coin laundry, coin BBQs, cabins.
Essentials to bring; If you forget anything you can probably get it at the nearby Daintree Rainforest Village store up the road.
Lync Haven camping ground and caravan park has reduced hours during the wet season from January to May.