On 14th November 2012, at approximately 6.38am, the Daintree will experience a Total Solar Eclipse.
With our deserted beaches and pristine rainforest, this is one of the worlds most breathtaking locations and a perfect backdrop to view one of the worlds most spectacular phenomena.
The eclipse will be visible in Tropical North Queensland from Innisfail in the south to Bloomfield in the north. For further details download the Astronomical Society of Queensland 2012 total eclipse fact sheet.
The following properties have accommodation or activities available during the Eclipse event.
Cow Bay Homestay B&B
Walk to the beach for the solar eclipse on 14 November and then have a great breakfast here at the B&B. Minimum 3 nights. click here for online bookings at Cow Bay Homestay.
Daintree Crocodylus Village
Stay less than 3km from Cow Bay Beach for less than $100night. Families, couples and singles available. No minimum stay. click here for online bookings at Crocodylus Village Resort.
Unique rainforest accommodation ideal for an intimate tropical wedding, a romantic honeymoon hideaway or the perfect choice to introduce the family to this amazing & world famous eco destination. Click here for online bookings at Daintree Views.
Thornton Beach House & Bungalows
Holiday house sleeps up to six (from $250pn), and one bungalow sleeps two ($85pn) still available. Directly opposite Thornton Beach - only 20 steps from doorstep to sand! 3 night minimum. Click here for online bookings at Thornton Beach Bungalows.
Jungle Surfing Canopy Tours
View the eclipse from above the rainforest canopy on Platform 2!! Exclusive Jungle Surfing tour for eight persons maximum. Viewing glasses & champagne breakfast included - once in a lifetime opportunity! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details
Paddle Trek Kayak Adventures
Paddle out into Cape Trib Bay, watch the sun rise out of the ocean and watch the solar eclipse from your kayak. Champagne breakfast on return. Viewing glasses included.click here for online bookings for Paddletrek