Lync-Haven Rainforest Retreat

Diwan, Douglas Area

Indicative Rate * AU$28 to AU$150

Lync Haven Rainforest Retreat Motel, Camping and Wildlife Experience in the Daintree, is a well established, family friendly and affordable rainforest property in Cape Tribulation, Tropical North Queensland. Situated on 20 acres of Tropical Rainforest, Lync-Haven offers a unique tranquil experience for every one catering for groups, individuals and families. Their tropical dining haven is a peaceful, relaxing place to surround yourself in offering a wide selection of meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Lync-Haven's surroundings are alive with the sounds of native wildlife, many you can see inhabit this area, there is a collection of snakes, birds, lizards,kangaroos and crocodiles including Doris their salt water crocodile.

Lync-Haven provides air-conditioned motel rooms with coffee and tea making facilities, fridge and all linen is supplied. The caravan and camping ground is set in their lush rainforest park where you can sit back and enjoy the sounds of the birds and other wildlife. Enjoy the tranquil environment while cooking in the camp kitchen with all utensils supplied. Powered and non-powered sites are available. You can bring your own dry wood and have a camp fire in the designated fire pits.

Facilities

  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Public Telephone
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • Hiking/Trekking

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Cape Tribulation Road
1973
Diwan, Douglas Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Lync-Haven Cabin style rooms are set on the rainforests edge with kangaroos and native swamp wallabies roaming their natural enclosure just at your door step. Relax and enjoy one of their bright, fresh, rooms. All have air-conditioning, ensuite, coffee and tea making facilities, bar fridge and television, with linen supplied. They have rooms with a queen bed for single people and couples. They also have rooms with a queen bed and two single beds in them for the family. Roll away beds for that extra person or a cot can also be arranged on request.

The camping area is on two and a half acres or one hectare of rainforest. Offering you privacy and individual sites set under this magnificent rainforest, you are able to experience first hand living in this World Heritage listed Daintree National Park. Numerous rainforest walks abound the back of the camping grounds allowing you the opportunity to see the rainforest and animals undisturbed. A toilet and shower block offers you full amenities along with four wood fireplaces and a gas barbecue. Laundry facilities are also available.

Limited powered sites are located in the camping grounds. You have all the facilities of the property at hand, and the ability of being able to explore it at your leisure.

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