Look what's right on our doorstep!!

Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef Cairns Australia

One of the 7 wonders of the world.

No trip to tropical Queensland would be complete without a snorkel or dive trip on the Great Barrier Reef.

TURTLE COVE BEACH RESORT recommends CALYPSO Dive and Snorkel, a gay-friendly operator in Port Douglas, for full day dive and snorkel trips. We send our guests out on regular days for extra fun, but these trips do run 7 days a week.

If you feel like something more intimate, Synergy II is a luxurious sailing vessel accommodating a maximum of 12 guests daily.

We can also recommend other operators, and will happily assist in arranging your tours for you to ensure your tropical vacation is as enjoyable as possible!. Check out our packages for those including Great Barrier Reef trips.

Daintree RainForest

Daintree Rainforest Cairns Australia

The oldest Rainforest in the world.

The rainforests of Tropical North Queensland are among the oldest surviving rain forests in the world. They are a very fragile environment of stunning beauty and diversity.
Enjoy a personalised tour through the magical rain forests and surrounds of Tropical North Queensland. Choose from a range of safaris, sit back and enjoy your air-conditioned luxury 4WD to some of the most spectacular sites. Photo opportunities abound on these friendly fully guided tours with a strictly limited number of guests, allowing for a more personalised view of the spectacular sights. There are a variety of tours to suit your level of adventure, and prices start from $175 AUD for a full day including lunch. Book at Reception or prior to arrival to ensure your seat. Check out our packages for those including a rain forest tour. Private charters for groups of 4 or more are also available.

Our unique location is surrounded by National Park, World Heritage Rainforest & preserved coastline, and is absolute beachfront, as we live in harmony with the local fauna. Turtles swim daily at our private clothing-optional secluded beach. While most of our local animal visitors are harmless, it is best to observe without interfering with animals. Please advise staff of any wildlife sighting if you are concerned.