Dubuji day-use area, Cape Tribulation
Relax in the shade and enjoy a picnic in this pleasant grassy area surrounded by tropical lowland rainforest, near Myall Beach.
- Conventional vehicle
- Picnic tables (some sheltered)
- Toilets (flush)
- Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
- Photo credit: Deb Simmons © Queensland Government
- Photo credit: Robert Ashdown © Queensland Government
This large grassy day-use area at Dubuji (meaning ‘place of spirits’) is a great spot for taking time out, relaxing in the shade and deciding what to do next. Will you choose tropical lowland rainforest and mangrove swamps or a glorious white beach? Why not do both? The Dubuji boardwalk starts here, and Myall Beach is close by.
This is a great area to spot the iconic Ulysses butterfly. If a picnic is on your agenda, set up in one of the shelters or find a shady tree, and re-energise for the next part of your Daintree adventure.
Soak up the sun and dig your toes into the sand at stunning Myall Beach. 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.
Remember to be croc wise in croc country.
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 Dubuji day-use area is in the Cape Tribulation section of Daintree National Park (CYPAL), about 140km north of Cairns.
- From the Daintree ferry, drive 34km north along the Cape Tribulation Road and pull into the Dubuji car park, 5km past Noah Beach camping area.
- Cape Tribulation, Daintree National Park (CYPAL) map .
Dubuji day-use area and boardwalk are wheelchair accessible.
Before you visit
Dubuji day-use area is open 24 hours a day
Check park alerts for the latest information on access, closures and conditions.
Crocodiles are potentially dangerous. Never take unnecessary risks in crocodile habitat. You are responsible for your own safety, so please be Crocwise in croc country.
For more safety information see Visiting Daintree safely.