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Swaying palm trees fringe the sands, seemingly holding back the rainforest as it tumbles down the slopes towards the ocean.
- Conventional vehicle
- Toilets (flush)
Soak up the sun and dig your toes into the sand at stunning Myall Beach, just south of the rocky headland of Cape Tribulation. Follow the Dubuji boardwalk to the beach then decide whether to walk for hours along deserted sands or lie back in the shade of swaying palms.
In summer, see pied imperial-pigeons migrating from New Guinea to breed and feed in the rainforest. During winter, scan the ocean waves for tell-tale spouts of migrating humpback whales.
This park is part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, famed for its exceptional natural beauty, outstanding examples of the record of life, evolutionary history and remarkable diversity.
Getting there and getting around
The Myall day-use area is in the Cape Tribulation section of Daintree National Park, 100–150km north of Cairns.
- From Cairns, drive 104km north along the Captain Cook Highway to the entrance to the Cape Tribulation section of the park at the Daintree River crossing.
- The Daintree ferry operates 6.00am–midnight every day with a reduced service on Christmas Day and occasional breaks in service for mechanical repairs or during flooding.
- From the Daintree ferry, drive 49km north along along Cape Tribulation road (5km past Noah Beach camping area ) to the Dubuji boardwalk car park.
- The Dubuji boardwalk leads to Myall Beach.
There are no wheelchair-accessible facilities.
Before you visit
Myall Beach is open 24 hours a day
Check park alerts for the latest information on access, closures and conditions.
For more safety information see Visiting Cape Tribulation safely.
- There are currently no park alerts for this park.