Myall Beach, Cape Tribulation

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Stroll down the wide strip of golden sand or look for a picnic site under a palm tree at Myall Beach, a place where rainforest meets the sea. A boardwalk through the mangroves leads to the beach. At low tide, you can swim in the rock pools or explore the Myall Creek mouth at the southernmost end, but watch for crocodiles. A headland at the northern end of the beach provides great views, while Mason Creek--a popular bird-watching nook in the mangroves--sits halfway to the headland. With our custom trip planner, Cape Tribulation attractions like Myall Beach can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • We stopped here as a brief respite from the rigours of the Bloomfield Track. It is a nice spot, with picnic facilities and toilets, and a short boardwalk takes you to the beach. Myall Beach is... 
    We stopped here as a brief respite from the rigours of the Bloomfield Track. It is a nice spot, with picnic facilities and toilets, and a short boardwalk takes you to the beach. Myall Beach is...  more »
  • We walked from Cape Tribulation Beach over to Myall Beach despite closure of the track (an employee told us it was closed only due to a fallen tree). We had no problems getting around it and the tide....  more
    We walked from Cape Tribulation Beach over to Myall Beach despite closure of the track (an employee told us it was closed only due to a fallen tree). We had no problems getting around it and the tide....  more »
  • After completing the winding road from the Daintree River Ferry you finally end up at Cape Tribulation. Just short is the magnificent Myall Beach. This is truly a wonderful place to visit, especially....  more
    After completing the winding road from the Daintree River Ferry you finally end up at Cape Tribulation. Just short is the magnificent Myall Beach. This is truly a wonderful place to visit, especially....  more »
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  • A very busy little area, after walking down boardwalk you're greeted by beautiful white sand and clear water. The day we spent here there were a few tour boats who had landed close by along with a horseback tour. This should tell you that it's a very sought after location to be. The walk to the beach is highly interesting with information signs along the way educating visitors. After you leave the carpark there are some lovely public barbecue areas with undercover seating available which would have a wonderful location to unwind with some lunch.
  • The bad thing it’s that you can not swim because of the crocodile and jellyfishes… I think these guys choose the best beaches to live…. But you can take some good pics
  • Quiet little beach! But most importantly, there is a wild sighting of a massive male crocodile. Walk to the RIGHT side of the beach, all the way to the end until you can’t go any further. Then turn towards the 2 o’clock direction where the horse track trail leads. Walk into it and look out for the left embankment. Across the creek is this said dinosaur.
  • Ah Cape Tribulation. You must stop for some ice cream tasting on the way there! The rainforest exploring was beautiful and very informative. Love it.
  • Cape tribulation is an amazing place to visit, enjoy your stay,so much nature to explore ✅️😊but only take photos & leave footprints 👣 please 💙🌴

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