Ideally placed within 100 metres of picturesque Palm Cove beach, this affordable resort features a refreshing outdoor pool with a deck full of inviting sun lounges. The spacious apartments are tastefully furnished, complete with handy kitchens, cosy beds and private balconies, with views of the pool or rainforest gardens. Within the tropical gardens, there is a barbecue area perfect for a picnic overflowing with local produce, or the village is a short stroll away for those seeking a meal overlooking the Coral Sea.
Why we recommend the Palm Cove Tropic Apartments
- One- and two-bedroom apartments
- Private balconies and kitchens
- Pool and sun lounges
- Barbecue area
- Close to beach
Attractions near the Palm Cove Tropic Apartments
The natural beauty of Mossman Gorge
Mossman Gorge is one of the most visited sites in the World Heritage Daintree Rainforest, for good reason. A trip to the Gorge combines beautiful natural scenery with cultural discovery. Take time to learn the stories of the Kuku Yalanji people who have called the Daintree their home for thousands of years.
Visit the towering Mossman Gorge itself, trek into the rainforest interior and take a dip in cooling streams, while keeping your eyes peeled for local wildlife. Start your journey at the Mossman Gorge Centre for an introduction to this diverse region and pay a visit to the gift shop before you leave.
Souvenirs at Kuranda Heritage Markets
Whether you're looking for authentic local handicrafts, tropical fruits or jewellery bargains, the eclectic stalls of the Kuranda Heritage Markets have it all. This popular market is open every day from morning until late afternoon and is a must for visitors looking to pick up a special souvenir for themselves or anyone back home.
Invest in a painted didgeridoo and get free lessons from an expert. Take a seat at one of the many eateries to try local delicacies, enjoying the vibrant people and tropical surrounds. Once you've satisfied your shopping appetite at the Heritage Markets, get in touch with nature at Kuranda Koala Gardens, Birdworld Kuranda, and the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary.