Everyone calls into Mason's for tourist info, the liquor store, or to dine out on exotic meats. Pride of place on the menu at this laid-back alfresco cafe goes to the croc burger, but you can also try camel, emu and…
Whet is regarded as Cape Trib’s most sophisticated place to eat, with a loungy cocktail-bar feel and romantic, candlelit, alfresco dining. Tempura wild barramundi and house chicken-curry grace the menu; all lunch di…
Easy access from the village makes this Cape Trib's most popular beach for strolling. Areas of fringing reef on Myall Beach are exposed at low tide, allowing swimmers to explore the rock pools. It's best reached via…
The imposing restaurant-bar at PK's Jungle Village is something of an entertainment hub with big-screen TVs, loud music, pool tables, pizzas served all day and good-value meals at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The wood-fired pizzas and general good vibes at this licensed deck cafe at Cape Tribulation Camping are some of the best in the area, with Myall Beach only steps away.
With its almost beachfront location, backpacker menu ($16 meals with drink), pool-side bar and laid-back vibe, Tides, at Cape Trib Beach House, attracts nonguests, including locals.
North of the headland, Cape Tribulation Beach is a lovely crescent of often empty sand. Easiest access is via the Kulki Boardwalk and car park at the southern end.
A nursery for injured or orphaned fruit bats (flying foxes), run by conservation organisation Austrop.
At 680m, Mt Sorrow is the highest point on Cape Trib and a demanding day hike for fit walkers. The ridge trail starts about 150m from the Kulki car park just off the Bloomfield Rd.
The local supermarket is next to PK's Jungle Village.